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£20,000 grants set to help Diss High School students to chase their dreams





Grants of just under £20,000 have been awarded to Diss High School to aid its pupils with their educational growth.

The Taylor and Hammond Educational Foundation, which supports young people under the age of 25 looking to enhance their education and training opportunities, gave the grants to provide financial assistance towards the likes of specialised equipment, tools, travel and IT equipment.

The school will use the funding to purchase new photography studio equipment, an extensive collection of Manga books to promote reading in the library and musical equipment.

Trustees of the Taylor and Hammond Educational Trust met with Sam Stopps, third from the right, to announce the funding for young people.
Trustees of the Taylor and Hammond Educational Trust met with Sam Stopps, third from the right, to announce the funding for young people.

Headteacher Sam Stopps said: “Everyone at Diss High is very grateful for the generous support of Taylor and Hammond Trust. Its support has given many of our students the chance to chase their dreams and also provided funding for some of our departmental projects.

“The young people of Diss are fortunate to have access to the Taylor and Hammond charity.”



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