Our bursaries are for pupils who will thrive at Leweston but whose family circumstances mean the school fees are otherwise unaffordable. A bursary is means tested reduction in fees.  Bursary awards can take many forms but are typically worth between 10-20% of the current day fees, this can rise to as much as 40% in exceptional circumstances. For the programme to be truly effective and to help as many families as possible it is expected that parents will make their children’s education a financial priority, with both parents in work before an application is made. All bursaries are subject to annual review and pupils must be registered to make an application.  The Bursary team are ready to support parents with their application and if you would to speak to our Bursar for more advice please contact Mrs Hamnett his secretary on 01963 210765. If you need assistance beyond which the school can provide you also can contact the Educational Grants Advice Service for grants information and advice on  01932 865619 from 9am-11am, Monday – Friday or visit the Educational Trusts Forum.


Each year Leweston is proud to award scholarships which recognise and encourage pupils with talent, potential and who we believe will make a significant contribution to the life of the school. Scholarships are available for Academic Excellence and in Art and Design, Equestrian, Music, Drama, Sport and Pentathlon. Please be advised that candidates can apply for only one scholarship. There are also two boarding scholarships open to UK full boarders looking to join Sixth Form. Scholarships are not means tested and the awards given represent the honour rather than a significant monetary value. If you require financial assistance beyond the award you may also apply for a bursary.

Applications for 2022 entry have now closed but the Admissions team are happy to answer any questions you have about scholarships at Leweston.




The Leweston Learner
From Nursery to Sixth Form Leweston shares an educational approach that helps our pupils develop an attitude to learning they can apply across the curriculum, as well as in the wider world. Click on the five key characteristics to find out more.