Scholarships and Exhibitions are awarded on the basis of merit. Awards are not means-tested and are open to internal and external candidates.

Scholarship exams/assessments are taken in the year preceding entry to Year 7 (11+), Year 9 (13+), and Lower Sixth (16+) and are offered in the following categories: Academic, All-Rounder, Music, Sport, plus Art (Year 9 and L6), and Design and Drama (L6).

How to Apply for a Scholarship


Parents who wish their son/daughter to sit for a Scholarship should complete and return a Registration form, a Scholarship application form and a Registration fee (£150) to the Registrar up to three weeks prior to the relevant assessment date. References will be taken up with the candidate’s current School on receipt of the above forms.  A brochure describing the criteria for each award and including the scholarship application form is available. To request a copy, please Click here.



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