How we are funded
Our financial management ensures that our portfolio of investments, properties and operations is effectively managed to comply with key legislation and generate income to secure the future of the Charity.
Some of that income derives from the three schools we own and manage, which still observe the objects laid down by the founders, that the schools should be co-educational, nonselective and in a green and airy situation.
LVS Ascot, in Berkshire, is a non-selective independent school where students of all abilities and backgrounds are given the opportunity to exceed their expectations. The school continues to offer discounts, scholarships for gifted and talented young people and bursaries for those in need from the trade. It extends our reach beyond the licensed trade and accepts pupils from all walks of life to ensure its viability and continued success in a crowded independent education sector.
LVS Hassocks & LVS Oxford offer places to young people with a diagnosis on the autistic spectrum, providing an education that promotes every student achieving their maximum potential and independent living.
As a diverse organisation with services that support so many vulnerable people, our processes, policies, GDPR and safeguarding practices need to be robust and wide-ranging. We take our responsibilities to comply with regulation and legislation seriously and have a structure in place to check our operations and provide direction.
Take a look at our 2019 Trustee Report for more detail. The Charity regularly monitors pay rates and is therefore confident that men and women are paid equally for doing similar jobs across the organisation. The detail can be seen here in our 2020 Gender Pay Gap report.
Licensed Trade Charity Gender Pay Gap 2020
Licensed Trade Charity Trustees Report 2019
Below outlines our finances for 2019, as compared to previous years.