Vision Statement   (who we are and what we believe in)

The All Saints Educational Trust exists to help make a lasting improvement to the welfare and future prospects of individuals and communities, both at home and overseas, through the promotion of better teaching, particularly of Religious Education and Home Economics, inspired by a practical tradition of Christian belief and Church of England-sponsored teacher training.

Mission Statement   (what we do and why we do it)

In fulfilling this vision, the Trust will give practical support to individuals and organisations in the encouragement of teacher education and in the pursuit of innovative professional development - particularly in the disciplines of Religious Education, Home Economics, food and nutrition education, and public health promotion - from the standpoint of Christian insights and life values.

March 2015 - Entrance Hall, new premises
The inscription in the entrance hall to the new Knightrider House, with (from left to right)
Stephen Brooker (Trustee), Lida Kindersley (Engraver) and David Trillo (Trustee).

21st June 2017:

Presentation of cheque

Today we presented The Rt Revd and Rt Hon Richard Chartres with a cheque for his Lenten Appeal 'Sowing Seeds for Tomorrow in Angola & Mozambique' (which supports education in those countries) to mark his retirement and to thank him for all the work he did for the Trust over many years.

The All Saints Educational Trust is a charitable Trust that makes awards annually to students and organisations. We are a member of the Association of Church College Trusts.

Our main purposes are to:

help increase the number of new teachers with Qualified Teacher Status
improve the skills and qualifications of experienced teachers
encourage research that can assist teachers in their work
support specifically the teaching of Religious Studies and Home Economics and related areas - such as the promotion of public health and nutrition, both at home and overseas.

The Trust offers both PERSONAL and CORPORATE awards.

You are advised to read carefully the following sections before deciding whether or not to apply:

Are you eligible to apply for an award?

The Trustees


The Revd Canon Dr K G Riglin, AKC., FRCA.
Chaplain and Assistant Dean, King's College London.

Mr D J Trillo, BA, FCA
Trustees: Mr S M Brooker, FCA, MA (Cantab)
Mrs L Davies, BEd, MA, FRSA
Revd T Elbourne, MA (Cantab), PGCE
Mrs D Garland, BA
Mrs B E Harvey, MSc, BEd, FICS
Mr D C Holloway, BEd (Hons)
Mr M C Jacob, BSc, MA, Cert Immunol, PGCE, NPQH
Mr Allan Kanu
Professor A R Leeds, MB BS, MSc, CBiol, FRSBiol.
Ms D McCrea, BEd, MSc, MICS, FRSH
Dr C C A Pearce, LLM, MA, PhD, Solicitor
Mrs F M Smith, CertEd
Ms S J Valentine, BA, MA, DipEd

Hon. Consultants: Miss A Philpott, MBE, BA

Clerk to the Trust: Mr K D Mitchell, BA, Solicitor

Our Annual Report and Accounts (2020) are available as a PDF document.

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The Trust is based at:

Knightrider House
2 Knightrider Court

Contact details can be found under 'Contact Us'.