Lord Wandsworth College Foundation

The Lord Wandsworth Foundation gives means-tested awards towards the cost of school fees for children who need pastoral care and a supportive boarding environment in which to thrive.

The Foundation usually only helps children going into Year 7 to attend Lord Wandsworth College independent secondary boarding school.

The child must have experienced difficulties, such as

  • the death of a parent
  • losing support of a parent because of divorce, separation, poor mental or physical health, drugs or alcohol misuse
  • living in the care of relatives
  • being a young carer

Please feel free contact us to discuss the child's situation to see if the Foundation is able to help.

Last updated on 6 June 2019

Who is eligible?

The Lord Wandsworth Foundation gives means-tested awards towards the cost of school fees for children who need pastoral care and a supportive boarding environment in which to thrive. School places are at Lord Wandsworth College independent secondary boarding school only and usually awarded to children going into Year 7 (11+). 

The child must be bereaved of one or both parents or have lost the support of a parent through other circumstances, such as divorce, separation, poor mental or physical health, drugs or alcohol misuse.  The child may be living in the care of relatives or be a young carer.   Please feel free contact us to discuss your situation to see if you circumstances meet our criteria.

What we don't give grants for

The Foundation only awards grants for school places at Lord Wandsworth College. We do not give grants for school fees at other schools or for any other purpose.

We are not able to assist children with two parents at the same address or if the sole parent is cohabiting.

How to apply?

Applications can be made by individuals or professionals working with families.

Please complete the initial enquiry form on The Lord Wandsworth College Foundation website. You can also email or phone the Foundation.

You can apply at any time, but applications are considered between April and October in the year before the child would attend the school.

The Lord Wandsworth Foundation replies to all enquiries and applications, whether or not the application is successful.

If your application is successful, the grant will be reviewed every year. Children sit entrance tests in Maths, English and verbal or non verbal reasoning and have an interview.

Contact details

Lord Wandsworth College and Foundation
Long Sutton
Hook
Hampshire
RG29 1TB
Telephone: 01256 860229
Email: foundation@lordwandsworth.org
Web: http://www.lordwandsworth.org

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