Almost half of students at our foundation schools receive some level of financial support – whether that’s through bursaries, scholarships, or both.

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If you’re ready to apply, you can download an application form today. If you’re not sure, best to check the FAQs at the bottom of this page.

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We educate over 3,000 students at our three foundation schools


More than 48% of students at our three schools receive help with fees through bursaries or scholarships


We awarded over £5.7m in bursaries this year alone

our foundation schools

Old Palace of John Whitgift School

Old Palace is a leading independent day school for girls aged 4-18. The school prides itself on empowering girls to become well rounded, compassionate, and capable young women who are well equipped for the challenges and opportunities of tomorrow.

Trinity School

Trinity is a leading independent day school which offers a rich and balanced curriculum with fantastic facilities, placing great emphasis on providing students with the skills they need to think critically and independently. It accepts boys from 10-18 and welcomes girls for sixth form (ages 16-18).

Whitgift School

Whitgift is a leading independent day and boarding school for boys aged 10-18 with an innovative Junior Years curriculum, strong academic focus and broad co-curricular provision. Full, Weekly and Flexi boarding is offered from 13+.

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Case Study

what could a bursary do for you?

John Whitgift Foundation currently gives financial support to 48% of students, totalling more than £5 million a year, at our three schools; Trinity, Whitgift and Old Palace of John Whitgift.

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