Fees, Scholarships and Bursaries
Registered students are welcome to apply for academic and specialist scholarships. The deadline for 2019 scholarship entry at all points (11+, 13+ and 16+) is 30 November 2018.
Families should complete the admissions process for their entry point before applying for a scholarship or exhibition. Applications for Academic, Music, Sport, Design Technology, Art or Drama scholarships should be made on the appropriate form to the Registrar. Scholarships are awarded at 13+ and 16+ levels, whilst awards at 11+ level are known as Exhibitions. Scholarships for 2019 entry are now open.
Bursaries are awarded on the basis of financial needs of the family. To apply for a bursary, parents should first complete the College admissions process for their entry point. Subsequently, parents are required to complete a separate Bursary Application Form. The form is designed to provide a picture of the income and expenditure, and assets and liabilities of applicants.
This information, together with other factors, which may support the application, will then be expanded during a home visit from the independent Bursary Administration Company.
Scholarship candidates need to have their portfolios sent in by the following dates:
- Art - January 30, 2019
- Sport - February 1, 2019
Portfolios need to be sent to the Assistant Registrar, Clare McNally. They can be scanned and emailed in, posted or dropped in to the College. You can contact Clare on 0118 976 6704.
|Boarding Status||Forms 1 & 2 (Junior)||Form 3 - Upper Sixth Form (Seniors)|
OP Discounts and Forces Bursaries are available.
Registration and Deposit
|Registration Fee (non-refundable) - for parents living in the UK||£100|
|Registration Fee (non-refundable) - for parents living outside the UK||£150|
|Acceptance Deposit - for parents living in the UK||£1,000|
|Acceptance Deposit - for parents living outside the UK||
One term's full boarding fees (refunded at the end of the final term, less the cost of extras)