Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School


At Sir Henry Floyd Grammar School we look beyond our own community and support local, national and global charities. Volunteering and giving helps our students see how caring and generosity impacts communities and makes a huge difference in people’s lives.

Every year the SSLT along with the Co-curricular Lead choose three charities that support three different causes on a local, national and global scale that the school will work with. This decision is agreed with the student council and the SLT and this year the three charities that we will be supporting for any school organised fundraising activities including non-uniform days and charity week are: The Nic Willoughby Fund, Ruth Strauss Foundation and The British Red Cross (local, national and global respectively).

The Nic Willoughby Fund

Ruth Strauss Foundation

The British Red Cross

Over the years we are proud to have supported a variety of local and international charities such as:


Aylesbury Homeless Action Group

Young Minds

Mary's Meals



Florence Nightingale Hospice

British Red Cross for Ukraine



National Autistic Society



Child Bereavement

National Autistic Society

Ronald McDonald House Charity

Memorial bench for Felipe, RMHC



Aylesbury Homeless Action Group



Over the academic year, we provide a variety of charity and volunteering opportunities to our students and staff such as Chari-tree supporting families in our local area during the festive season, volunteering work as part of students’ Duke of Edinburgh Award and during charity week.


For volunteering opportunities in school, please visit this link using a school account

Charity week activities

Over the course of the academic year students and staff have the following activities that are used to raise money for charities decided by the SSLT.

  • Non-uniform days

Charity week events such as:

  • Lip sync battle
  • Faculty Olympics
  • Gunge a teacher
  • Try to make teacher/SSLT laugh challenge
  • Wax a teacher
  • Donut sales