Facts about Bell

Founder: Frank Bell

Founded: The first school was founded in 1955 in Cambridge, UK. In 1972, the Bell Educational Trust was established as an educational charity.

About the Trust: The Trust is a registered educational charity and has no shareholders. The Trust is governed by a board of unpaid Trustees. Any profits made are reinvested in to the business and go towards improving and developing  the services and facilities for students.

Mission Statement: “We change lives by providing education, training and cultural experiences for people worldwide.”

Chair of the Board of Governors: Ellen Fleming. Find out about the Board of Governors.

Interim Chief Executive: Sam Younger. Find out about the Senior Management Team.

Head Office: Cambridge, UK

Number of teaching operations worldwide: 34 centres and projects in 13 countries:

Number of employees worldwide: Over 1500

Services:

  Photograph of Frank Bell - Founder of the Bell Educational Trust
Frank Bell (Founder of the Bell Educational Trust)