Foundation Pupils

A Bridewell Foundation Pupil

King Edwards changing lives and creating new life opportunities for deserving scholars

At the very heart of King Edward’s Witley is a strong belief in social responsibility. The school was founded on compassion and generosity for the less fortunate since 1553. Our school supports parents and guardians by offering children an opportunity to thrive, and a chance to reach their full potential in an environment that creates global citizens, ready to enter the real world.

Our bursaries are offered when there is a high boarding need, thereby alleviating undue stress and giving the child space to grow outside of the often-challenging situations that they are born into. We offer 50% bursaries and work with families to secure the other 50% from children and educational charities for example, Royal SpringBoard and Buttle UK. These pupils, referred to as Foundationers, are a valued part of the Schools life and community.

We would be very happy to talk to you, to discuss how we might be able to help with any of your families you work with.  Please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Bronwen Reinhardt, Bursary and Charities Officer directly using the telephone and email address as follows; reinhardtb@kesw.org  01428 686761

 

Why choose King Edwards?

Our roots are in London and it only seems right that we use our funding to help families mainly from low socio-economic London boroughs.

  • Located in 100 wooded acres in Surrey 50 minutes by train from London Waterloo, with superb sports facilities and beautiful historic buildings reflecting our City of London heritage.
  • Tradition of excellence in Music, Drama and Visual Arts
  • Preparation for life with diversity of backgrounds and talents creates a community reflecting the real world, including careers advice from an early stage.
  • Pupils that thrive for self-excellence and collaboration
  • Consistently ranked as one of the tops schools in the UK
  • Experienced in offering bursaries since the school was founded
  • Fees are competitively priced and almost all “extra’s” are included e.g. school uniform, books and equipment like laptops which are essential in schooling nowadays.
  • Going beyond the classroom with a full range of sports and activities including Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme.
  • Individual care, including individual mentoring and peer support with smaller classes and 24-hour medical centre staffing ensures the provision of high pastoral care.

We would be very happy to talk to you, to discuss how we might be able to help with any of your families you work with.  Please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Bronwen Reinhardt, Bursary and Charities Officer directly using the telephone and email address as follows; reinhardtb@kesw.org  01428 686761

 

Advice to Parents on Bursary Process

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Preliminary Bursary Application Form

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