What is the difference between a scholarship and a bursary?
Scholarships are awarded during the admissions process to recognise talented pupils who show great promise in a particular area of school life. Scholars are expected to act as role models in their fields of interest. We have developed a programme of extension activities and opportunities appropriate to particular areas of talent. Music scholars, for example, attend regular masterclasses with visiting professionals and our Artists in Residence, as well as perform in termly scholars' recitals.
Read more about our scholarships and the admission process.
Bursaries are specific financial grants made to parents which give some form of reduction of school fees appropriate to the individual situation of each family. These are means-tested and reviewed annually.
Read more about our bursaries and the admission process.