CORPORATE SOCIAL INVESTMENT
Unity College is an independent, not-for-profit special needs school (6 – 20 years) and runs to a very tight budget. Like other schools, Unity’s income depends on the number of children at the school and how many there are in each class. Within mainstream schools it stands to reason that the greater the number of children in the school as a whole, and in each class, typically, the more funds the school has available. This results in lower school fees making facilities and education more affordable to those in need.