Fee Assistance at London Independent Schools
The independent schools of London provide some of the very best educational opportunities that are available to children. They are noted not just for their high academic standards, but also for the real breadth of education that they offer.
Access to these schools is not restricted to those families who can afford to pay termly fees.
All the schools listed on this site have extensive arrangements in place to provide fee assistance for children who would not otherwise be able to attend. Each school is proudly different. Opportunities for assistance with fees are variously described as bursaries, scholarships, assisted places or sponsored awards. The impact is always the same: families whose children show that they can benefit from an independent education are helped to make that possible.
Use the boxes below to find out everything that you need to know about that school, including admission policies and arrangements for fee assistance.
- Alleyn’s School
- Bancroft’s School
- Chigwell School
- City of London School
- City of London School for Girls
- Dulwich College
- Emanuel College
- Francis Holland School, Regent’s Park
- Francis Holland School, Sloane Square
- Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School
- Highgate School
- King’s College School, Wimbledon
- Knightsbridge School
- Latymer Upper School
- North London Collegiate School
- South Hampstead High School
- St Helen’s School
- St Paul’s Girls’ School
- The Godolphin and Latymer School
- The Lady Eleanor Holles School
- University College School, Hampstead
- Westminster School
Map of Independent Schools in London
The map below shows the location of independent schools in London. To find out more about a particular school, click on it. This will tell you the name and location of the school, its age-range and whether it is single-sex or co-educational.