Head Teacher Dr Penny Barratt says:

We live in a time of significant advances in our understanding of therapies, education techniques and technology to help children and young people with autism, severe learning difficulties (SLD) and profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). Unfortunately, these are costly. Our fundraising aims to give our students the best chance in life and to fulfil their true potential through a range of innovative projects. Please help us to achieve this by supporting our work and helping us to raise £1m over the next 2 years.

Footballer, Supporter and Friend to The Bridge London Jermaine Jenas says:

I know the importance education has on a child and how sometimes ambition and aspirations with children are not always achieved. I fully support the work of The Bridge School in improving the life chances of children with learning disabilities and am honoured to be an Ambassador.

Chief Barker The Variety Club Children’s Charity Malcolm Brenner and Friend to The Bridge London says:

The Variety Club is delighted to support the Bridge School, with its objective’s to improve the lives of disabled children and to share best practice. The Variety Club has been associated with The Bridge School since 2005 when the school took delivery of its first Sunshine Coach. The Variety Club is dedicated to improving the lives of children and young people who need our help. We do this by raising funds for specialist minibuses, wheelchairs, sports equipment, hospital wards, and all sorts of other practical solutions that enable individuals, projects and organisations across the UK to give a wider range of opportunities to the children in their care. On behalf of Variety Club we wish The Bridge School every success in achieving its goals.

Deputy Head Teacher Woodbridge School Michael Streat and Friend of The Bridge School says:

The Seckford Foundation and Woodbridge School are delighted to support The Bridge School. Staff, pupils, parents, governors and friends of Woodbridge School have been undertaking an annual one-hundred-mile cycle ride between our two Schools for over 10 years now, raising funds to benefit the pupils of The Bridge School. Just as importantly, Woodbridge Sixth Formers visit the Bridge School for three days twice a year to work as classroom assistants – with the children of both schools benefiting enormously from the friendships formed and understanding gained. The Seckford Foundation and Woodbridge School wholeheartedly support The Bridge School and all that it seeks to achieve.

Clerk to the Tallow Chandlers Brigadier Roy Wilde CBE and Friend of the Bridge says:

The Tallow Chandlers are pleased to be able to support the Bridge School’s fundraising campaigns with its aims to advance the education of pupils at The Bridge School and to promote and share best practice across the UK. The Tallow Chandlers have had a sponsor governor at The Bridge School for the past 10 years. I recall a particular highlight of the companies association with the school was in November 2006 when students, parents and staff joined the livery company in the Lord Mayor’s parade and a most enjoyable time was had by all. The Tallow Chandlers wish The Bridge School every success in hitting its target

Chief Executive for The Lord’s Taverners Paul Robin and Friend to The Bridge Charity says:

The Lord’s Taverners is dedicated to giving young people a sporting chance so we are delighted to be able to help The Bridge Charity with this new equipment. The new sensory room and playground equipment will have a huge impact on the teachers, carers, families and young people who already benefit from The Bridge Charity, and will further enhance the learning experience and future development of those involved.