Welcome to the Ovingdean Hall Foundation website.

View our Winter 2014 Newsletter here

We are trying to return old school trophies to the people who commissioned them for themselves, or for a deceased family member. Find out more here.

View Trustee Ted Moore’s information on deafness, deaf education and changes in technology here:

new_logo_250Ovingdean Hall Foundation is a grant-making organisation which supports charities and services for deaf children and young people.

Established in 2012, the Foundation evolved out of Ovingdean Hall School for Deaf Children. The school closed its doors in July 2010, after 170 years of educating deaf children.

The legacy lives on and the Foundation is committed to continuing the aims, ethos and spirit of the school.

In July 2012, Ovingdean Hall Foundation joined forces with another deaf organisation, the Ewing Foundation.  It is now part of a trio of deaf charities: Ovingdean Hall Foundation,  the Ewing Foundation  and the Burwood Park Foundation.  All three share the same aim of helping deaf children to improve their listening and speaking.  As an alliance, we are a far stronger and louder voice for deaf children in the UK.

Ovingdean Hall Foundation is a tribute to the dedication and hard work of the generations of staff, students and trustees of Ovingdean Hall School. The Foundation continues their good work into the future.  Find out about the projects we have supported. Please contact us if you would like to apply for a grant (after the end of February 2015) or support our work.

Hamish McAlpine

Previous Newsletters:

View our Summer 2014 Newsletter here

View our Autumn Winter 2013 Newsletter here

View our Spring Summer 2013 Newsletter here