We are happy to be able to offer several unconditional Funded Places to boys at the 11+ stage.
11+ Funded Places
Each year, we hold a special Open Day specifically for those who are enquiring about a Funded Place at Radley. This is an opportunity to hear the Warden (Headmaster) speak, ask questions and meet some of our current pupils. It is an informal day, for parents and their children. Everyone is welcome - particularly those whose sons are currently at a state primary school.
The date for the 2021 Open Day has yet to be confirmed, but in the meantime, please feel free to complete the Enquiry Form and we will get in touch. Application Forms for 2024 (Year 9) entry onwards will be available from June 2021.
For 2023 Year 9 Entry, please complete the Application Form here and see the process set out below (which has been recently revised due to Covd-19):
19 December 2020, 10am-1.30pm: Assessment Day at Radley. Candidates will sit the ISEB Common pre-test. Please ask Admissions if you have any queries.
9 January 2020, 10am-1.30pm: Provisional date for Assessment Day for candidates who are unable to attend on 19 December.
Mid January: Radley Admissions will contact parents to let them know if their son has been shortlisted for interview. Interviews will take place on Zoom during January. Any music auditions for shortlisted candidates will also be held on Zoom.
End of January: Results will be sent to final candidates.
Funded Places Application
Funded Places Awards
Funded Places awards and application process is organised as follows:
For boys not at private school
For boys receiving financial support at a Prep School
Arriving in 1994, eight and a half months pregnant, means I am unlikely to forget our first weeks at Radley! Since then I’ve been thoroughly involved in Radley life, not least twelve years in G Social where my husband was Tutor. My career began in sports marketing, then to schools' fundraising and marketing, but, as a keen golfer, the view of Radley’s 8th hole is certainly the best I’ve ever had from a desk.
I came to Radley in 1994 to run the Chemistry Department. This was followed by twelve very happy years as G Social Tutor. When we moved out of the Social in 2010 we had a wonderful sabbatical, including a month teaching in Madagascar, before taking up our new roles: I became Head of Co-Curricular activities and my wife, Vanessa, took over as Registrar. In 2015 I became Head of External Affairs; which involves an overview of Admissions as well as a consideration of everything to do with Radley in the outside world. We have two grown up daughters – Georgina and Lucy – and lots of family in Norfolk, where both our families have lived for generations. We play a lot of golf in the holidays, enjoy beautiful walks on the Norfolk beaches with Nutmeg, the yellow Labrador, and I watch as much of Arsenal FC as I can.
Online Prospectus Funded Places