Education at RHS

Education at RHS

 

Could you qualify for a bursary to cover your child’s education at the Royal Hospital School?

If you have served or are serving in the Royal Navy, Royal Marines or Royal Fleet Auxiliary you could be eligible for a generous bursary to enable you to send your child to the Royal Hospital School.

Generally, a parent of a child eligible for a bursary will have served for a minimum of three years and will either be serving today or retired.

Our bursaries are means-tested to support those in need and could cover up to 95 per cent of the school fees.

There are some exceptions for those families who have exceptional charitable need, or who currently have children in the school. They are encouraged to make an application for one of the bursaries too.

Entry is normally at Year 7 (11+ years) but applications for other year groups and into the Sixth Form can also be considered.

Founded in 1712 in Greenwich but located in 200 acres of Suffolk countryside overlooking the Rover Stour since 1933, the Royal Hospital School is proud of its historic links with the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Fleet Auxiliary.

Applications are now open for bursaries for children to start at the Royal Hospital School.