Throughout Roedean’s history the school has been proud to support girls with bursaries and scholarships. We are constantly looking to increase the level of support we are able to offer.
You can support this in two ways, either by donating to the OR Scholarship Fund or by donating directly to the school, noting that you wish the donation to support the bursary fund. If you would like to donate directly through the school, please contact Grace Chaston, by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), phone (01273 667398) or post (The Roedeanian Office, Roedean School, Roedean Way, Brighton. BN2 5RQ).
Roedean Bursary Fund
From the very start, Roedean has supported girls to attend through bursaries and scholarships. Much of this has been possible due to the generosity of our community. With continued support we will be able to expand our bursary fund and support even more girls to benefit from a Roedean education in the future.
Bursaries are means-tested and are vital to us ensuring that access to a Roedean education is possible for all, whatever your background. All donations to our general bursary fund are gratefully received, or if you would like to discuss sponsoring a named Bursary, then please do get in touch.
Scholarships are provided to students who exceed in a particular area, such as Sport, Music or Art, or, for students who show All Round excellence. You can read more about them here.
To discuss making a gift to support Bursaries or Scholarships, please contact Grace Chaston on email@example.com, 01273 667398 or by post at the School address.
The OR Scholarship Fund
The Old Roedeanians’ Scholarship Fund was established more than 90 years ago to support pupils – where possible Old Roedeanians’ daughters, granddaughters and great-granddaughters – who might otherwise have had their education disrupted by unpredicted circumstances or misfortune.
Thanks to the generosity of Old Roedeanians, and careful investment, the fund has grown gradually. Donations are always gratefully received and are eligible for Gift Aid.
There is a preference for pupils at the School who are studying at 6th Form level, and the Fund finances the ORA 6th Form Award.
The Award is means-tested, and Award holders are selected by the OR Scholarship Fund Trustees from a list of potential recipients proposed by the School.
If you would like to make a donation towards the Scholarship fund, please contact the OR Scholarship Fund Trustees.
Contact the Scholarship Fund Trustees