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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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
Old Palace is a leading independent day school for girls aged 4-18, with a nursery attached for girls aged 1-4. 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 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 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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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.read the case study