Scholarships for girls at Roedean School are central to Roedean's ethos and all girls are encouraged to strive to realise their potential.
Roedean scholarships are central to Roedean's ethos and all girls are encouraged to strive to realise their potential, Roedean Scholars play a key role at Roedean, scholarships are available to new entrants to the school in order to recognise academic excellence or musical ability in order to help extend the schools reach.
Roedean School fees for full boarding in Year 7 are £11,660, in Year 8 are £12,165, in Year 9 are £12,820 and Year 10 to 13 are £14,045, Roedean School fees for boarding per term are £8,610 to £16,550, day fees per term are £5,990 to £7,830 with scholarships and bursaries available.
Roedean School scholarships from the Old Roedeanians' Scholarship Fund was established more than 90 years ago to support pupils in need, where possible Old Roedeanians' daughters, granddaughters and relations, scholarships are awarded as recognition of excellent previous achievement and capacity to flourish and deepen interests within Roedean.
Roedean fees for boarding per term are £8,610 to £16,550, day fees per term are £5,990 to £7,830 with scholarships and bursaries available.
Roedean School fees UK include registration fee of £150 which is non-refundable, students whose normal residence is outside of the UK will also have to pay a deposit, Roedean School which overlooks the cliffs between Brighton and Saltdean charges £47,040 boarding fees per year or £15,680 each term.
Roedean School history; Roedean was founded to prepare girls for entrance to the newly opened women's colleges at Cambridge University, Girton now co-ed and Newnham, in 1938 Roedean School was incorporated by Royal Charter, during the war the buildings were used by H.M.S. Vernon a torpedo ship.
Roedean School for girls is an independent day and boarding school founded in 1885 in Roedean village on the outskirts of Brighton, East Sussex, England and governed by Royal Charter, it is for girls aged 11 to 18 the campus is situated near the Sussex Downs on a cliff overlooking Brighton Marina and the English Channel.
Most popular independent day and boarding school for girls in Sussex, few schools in the country enjoy such an inspirational location so close to the sea, for many years Roedean has worked with primary schools in the local community but rather than making a small difference to a number of schools Roedean works with Roedean Primary School.
The Sussex University bursary is replacing the First-Generation Scholar's scheme bursary for students starting at Sussex, you receive the Sussex Bursary if you are a new undergraduate or Foundation Year student with an assessed household income of less than £25,000.
Roedean sixth form are intellectually curious, prepared, socially aware, creative and passionate, resilient and confident, Year 7, Year 9 and the Sixth Form are the main entry points but a good number of girls also join the school in Year 8 and Year 10 each year.