Development: ‘Striving Higher’

The next phase of our campaign to secure the long-term future of our co-curricular activities is now underway.

Please consider making a regular gift. In doing so you will contribute to a lasting legacy for the benefit of current and future pupils.

Help Us Strive Higher!


To make a gift or set up a regular direct debit click on the Striving Higher logo above.

Remember to tick the Gift Aid boxes so your gift goes 25% further!

Please look at the campaign leaflet Help Us Strive Higher

Thanks for supporting the campaign, we are hugely grateful to all who wish to support the future vision and greatly appreciate every gift, large or small.

Gifts of any size are welcome and will make a difference. 

Regular Giving
A Direct Debit is the simplest and most convenient way to give. This helps us to best plan for the future and leverage match funding. You can set up a direct debit by clicking here Striving Higher.

Alternatively, contact us to get the account details you will need to set up a Direct Debit or Standing Order via your online banking or bank’s app.

You can also give via Charities Aid Foundation if you have a CAF account: CAFonline  (Enter ‘Jordanhill’ in the ‘find a charity’ box)

One-off Gifts
You can make a one-off donation via the Striving Higher donation page. You can also simply send a cheque payable to ‘Jordanhill School Educational Amenities Trust Fund’. If applicable, you can download and complete a Gift Aid Declaration Form.

International Donors
Please contact us to discuss the best way to donate.

For donations not made on-line through the Striving Higher portal, you can make a Gift Aid declaration by downloading our Gift Aid Declaration Form

Through our Striving Higher campaign we intend to build up a Foundation fund to sustain co-curricular activities and our benevolent funds. We also have ambitious plans to improve facilities in Science Technology Engineering and Maths (STEM) and Sport in the medium term.

To realise these ambitions we need to raise £1M+ over the next 3-5 years and £3M+ over 10 years.

We believe that this campaign will draw support from a range of sources, such as grant making bodies, our alumni, gifts in will, individuals and families giving regularly, and through specific project related appeals to our community.

In this our 100th year, Jordanhill remains one of the best schools in the UK and is world class in many of its practices and achievements. We thank you for your support in sustaining that excellence.

The envisaged new Sports Building will create a coherent whole from the existing dated facilities, provide additional changing rooms, replace the existing changing rooms and create a new Fitness Suite.

Our sports hall and the changing rooms are 50 years old! Many of our readers will have memories of them and would recognise them today.

The indicative illustration shows the proposed glass fronted fitness suite and new entrance to the PE building. A detailed feasibility study is looking at options which are on a larger scale than shown. Costs would be from £1M depending upon the final configuration.

Feasibility studies have been completed to enhance our STEM facilities. This would involve the construction of additional teaching spaces as well as the refurbishment of existing buildings which are now over 50 years old.

This would improve opportunities for Jordanhill pupils and as an Advanced Higher hub would also broaden access for pupils from neighbouring schools.

The costs are in excess of £1.5M.

New Pitches Launched!

Over the summer of 2018 the all-weather pitch was replaced with a top of the range sand dressed hockey surface and a new 3G surface was laid on the MUGA.  Here are some progress shots of the installation.

Thank you to everyone who made generous contributions to the appeal for the new pitches raising over £12,600.

Jordanhill School Educational Amenities Trust Fund

All gifts received will go to the Educational Amenities Trust Fund (EA Trust) to be used in accordance with the Trust’s objectives.

No funds will be used to pay for any of the core educational provision which is the responsibility of the state. Gifts will be directed to the Centenary Foundation Fund within the EA Trust which will support capital projects, our co-curricular programmes and the benevolent fund.