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Scholarships and Funded Places

Scholarships and Funded Places

Radley is able to offer a considerable number of fully or partly funded places to talented boys and our door is always open to applicants from families who, without financial support, would otherwise be unable to afford our school fees.

Funded Places Enquiry

If you would like to make an enquiry about a Funded Place for your son, please complete the form here: 

 Booking Form

We will be send you details of the process and, in due course, will invite you to an Open Day at Radley - or, for the time being, a Virtual Open Day held on Zoom.  

Radley is seeking exceptionally talented boys to join the school on its Funded Places scheme. Our door is open to talented candidates regardless of their means or their background. We would be delighted to hear from boys who are academically talented or who have outstanding potential in Music, Sport, Art or Drama. Funded Places can be awarded for three different stages (for entry at the start of Year 7, Year 9 or Year 12). 

For more information about the Funded Places and Scholarships Admissions process, please visit the 11+ Funded Places page or 13+ Funded Places page.

What is the difference between Funded Places and Scholarships?

Funded Places can be awarded to talented boys at three different stages: 11+, 13+ or 16+.  They are means tested awards and can amount to up to 100% of the fees.  Parents are asked to complete a Financial Circumstances Form when they apply.

Scholarships are awards for excellence in a particular area of school life that we value at Radley: academic, sports, music, art or drama.  They are only available at 13+.  Many boys who apply will not necessarily need further financial support and the scholarship will be largely Honorary, or up to 5% of the annual fees.  Scholarships are sat in Year 8 and are awarded after particular assessment days.

13+ Scholarship Dates 2021


Sophie  Langdale
Sophie Langdale
Director of Admissions and Communications
Born and bred in a boarding school, three generations of my family were educated at Radley – my father, brother and son – so I am very proud to be part of this wonderful, dynamic and caring community. I joined Radley in September 2020 from Wycombe Abbey, a girls’ boarding school, where I was Director of Admissions. Prior to that I was Director of Admissions and External Relations at Magdalen College School, Oxford for nearly a decade. Having read Classics and played a lot of lacrosse at Durham University, my early career spanned fifteen years in finance and broadcast journalism at Sky News. I live in Oxford with my two children. I very much look forward to welcoming you to Radley, getting to know you and your son and guiding you through the admissions process.


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Funded Places