On Tuesday 14 November, Eton College launched the second annual report of the College’s partnership work with state-sector schools and charities. Over 40 teachers and other members of staff work regularly on the partnerships programme.
Included in this article are a digital version of the report, selected highlights and Year in Partnership film.
Eton Connect Annual Report 2022/23
- Eton Connect coordinated on-site and online activities for over 10,000 state school students and teachers over the last academic year, through digital resources, summer schools, visits and events.
- Through our five closest school and charity partnerships, over 1,500 state school students engaged in regular activity, working alongside Eton’s staff and pupils at the College.
- The local partnerships programme reached more than 1,500 local children from 50 local schools through a wide range of activities, from 1:1 university preparation support for sixth formers to a primary school class’s first experiment in a science lab, and more.
- The College Collections hosted 114 taught on-site museum sessions for 3,574 students from Reception to Year 11, with many making their first school trip and visit to a museum.
- Throughout the year, more than 500 students and local people used Eton’s sports facilities and coaching opportunities.
- Between July and August, Eton hosted 526 students from 80 state schools for free at three summer schools for UK students.
- Eton’s Centre of Innovation and Research in Learning worked with over 1,426 teachers and students through research, training, conferences and courses.
- EtonX enabled free access to all its courses for UK state schools. Over 1,500 students completed courses from over 140 schools.
- The positive impact of so much joint cross-sector activity also inspired many of Eton’s pupils. During the year, Eton’s pupils dedicated over 3,700 hours to volunteering and independent social action projects, and fundraised over £75,365 for multiple charities. Eton’s pupils also engaged in environmental action both at the College and across the wider community.