About British Study Centres

Our mission statement is to provide a creative, rewarding and successful learning and working environment for our students and staff.

Joseph Cleaver

Joseph Cleaver, Founder

Simon Cleaver

Simon Cleaver, Chairman

History


Our Chosen Charity


The Hotcourses Foundation

The Hotcourses Foundation was set up in 2004 to help fund the education of HIV+ children in the developing world whose access to education is limited or non-existent.

British Study Centres School of English and its parent organisation, British Study Centres, try to do what they can to help by making annual donations to the Foundation.

Our objective is to make a measurable, tangible difference to the lives of children in some of the poorest parts of the world. Initially we have focused on AIDS-orphans in Kenya, providing money to fund their education and provide school uniforms and related resources. The Hotcourses Foundation is particularly proud of the primary school it built in Kitui, eastern Kenya, which came top in recent assessments of schools in the area. We are now building our second school in the region. Please see the video made during a visit to the location of the Hotcourses Primary School and The Lawson High School in the slums in Kenya in September 2009.

What Can You Do to Help?

You can help us to help these vulnerable children and young adults by signing up to become a sponsor. You can either sign up for a monthly payment, make a one-off lifetime donation or make a general donation to the Foundation. Just go to www.hotcoursesfoundation.org for full details.

Hotcourses Foundation
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