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Forum Partner Organisations

Primary Forum Partners

The Reed's School Primary Forum works currently with a number of key partners to deliver the enrichment activities.  These partners are:

Chelsea Football Foundation

The Chelsea Football Foundation does amazing work through education and provides excellent coaching opportunities such as was experienced by our partner primary schools on the Primary Forum Olympiad Day.

Surrey County Cricket Club

The Development Team is headed up by Director of Cricket Development, Paul Taylor, who along with Sarah Matthews, Chris Bullen, Sharon Eyers, Simon Hards, Kim Price, Richard Hall & Stuart Cope work with all key partners to improve delivery of cricket across the County. Reed’s School is one of those partners and last year we contributed to their fantastic Primary Forum Olympiad Day.

The whole of the Surrey Cricket development team, at a county, district and club level is committed to making a difference to the game at all levels and building strong partnerships within and outside the game.  It is essential that all the resources Surrey Cricket have available, whether financial or in terms of personnel, are maximised and the activity is very specific and targeted to ensure maximum impact. Communication at all levels with all stakeholders within the county is key to this being successfully achieved. Surrey Cricket are fully committed to working with everyone within the county to ensure it is achieved.

Tri-Golf and The Golf Foundation

Tri Golf is a mini game of golf specifically for children in infant, junior and primary schools. Through Reed’s School they offer staff training and help provide mini golf kits to their partner schools. They also helped lead the Primary Forum Olympiad in July 2011.

The Brokerage

The Brokerage is an independent not-for-profit organisation working in partnership with City employers to create a pathway to the City for young residents of London’s inner-city boroughs.

Through their work with local schools and colleges, the company enables City firms to engage with students from 14-18 years old with a view to raising their future career aspirations. Through internships and direct hire programmes, they enable employers to gain access to a diverse group of talented young people. With the Reed’s School Primary Forum, their aim is to develop a pioneering a programme to raise parental and pupil aspirations in schools in deprived areas

Secondary Forum Partners

The Ogden Trust

Mission Statement
To encourage and promote the teaching and learning of physics through the sponsorship of:

  • talented students studying physics at sixth form and undergraduate level
  • undergraduate and postgraduate students who wish to become physics teachers 
  • programmes and projects supporting physical science teaching in primary and secondary schools

A brief history of The Ogden Trust
The Ogden Trust's educational bursaries and grants were first conceived by Peter Ogden during 1998 and launched in 1999. The Trust’s aim is to maximise the educational opportunities available to young people wishing to study physics.  Our first initiative was the provision of scholarships and bursaries at 60 of the UK's leading independent schools. These were available to students from state primaries who would benefit from such an opportunity, but where the family could not afford to pay. This was not solely an opportunity for the students, it was an opportunity for these schools to widen their access outside their traditional intake.
The Ogden Trust's physics scholarships now operate at sixth form and undergraduate level, and it also fund a teaching fellowship scheme for undergraduates and graduates wishing to become school physics teachers.  Our second initiative was to provide funding to state secondary schools wishing to become specialist colleges. We have sponsored over 60 schools since 2000 and from January 2004 we have concentrated on science colleges.  From 2008 the focus has been on our school and university science partnerships and physics hub schools.

The Smallpeice Trust

The Smallpeice what?

We're The Smallpeice Trust - an independent educational charity that runs hands-on Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) activities and exciting engineering courses for pupils in Years 6-12. We also deliver Teacher Training Days to bring STEM to life in the classroom.  We provide:

  • In-school STEM Enrichment Days and after-school STEM Club kits where students work in teams on inspirational design-and-make projects.
  • Teacher Training Days to help you to enhance your delivery of STEM in the classroom. 
  • 4-day residential courses held at universities and other secure venues to give students the opportunity to find out about specific areas of engineering like Biomedical Engineering, Nanotechnology and Structural Engineering. 
  • Supervisory opportunities on our residential courses to give you the opportunity to meet like-minded individuals and to work alongside representatives from leading companies.

These programmes are carefully planned and implemented by our experienced educational team working in partnership with leading industry, academic and professional bodies. Our activities not only enable students to learn more about engineering, they also help to develop essential skills like problem solving, creative thinking, teamwork and time management which will benefit them in the classroom and in their future careers – whatever they go on to do. 


To most, the South East Physics Network is better known as SEPnet, a consortium of physics departments in seven universities. All working together to deliver excellence in physics, we're leading the way with a fresh approach to collaboration, teaching and research.

University of Surrey

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