Roedean has a number of awards to recognise excellence in a particular field, and these are available to girls joining the school in Year 7, Year 9, and Year 12.

Scholarships and Bursaries

(For UK-based students)

Scholarships are central to Roedean Moira House’s ethos, and all girls are encouraged to strive to realise their potential.  Roedean Moira House Scholars play a vital role in demonstrating, modelling, and championing the values which are at the heart of making Roedean Moira House an exceptional school.  They challenge themselves to excel, and  benefit greatly from this experience.

We have high expectations of our Scholars, and, to support this, we provide them with tailor-made challenges, expertise, and guidance.  Our aim is for Scholars to develop during their time at Roedean Moira House, to challenge themselves to exceed the high expectations they have of themselves, and to inspire their peers.

We expect our Scholars to have a specialism in one area, whether that be Music, Sport, Art, Dance, Drama or the Academic, but we also hope that they will be talented and dedicated in a variety of areas. 

We are looking for talented sportswomen who will lead on the pitch and on the stage; we want exceptional musicians who will also be highly skilled artists; we seek academics who can dance beautifully.  Our Scholars will be leaders in our community, and will contribute to all aspects of school life.

Are you excited by the idea of working with brilliant teachers, of benefiting from the programmes outlined here, and of challenging yourselves to undertake things which you may not even have considered?  If you are, then Roedean Moira House is the place for you.

At Roedean Moira House, we are dedicated to widening access for local families. Each year we offer financial support to parents of gifted pupils whose circumstances would otherwise put Roedean Moira House beyond their reach. The Awards Committee has a specified sum available to award to pupils at their discretion each year. Meeting the baseline criteria for financial assistance is not the only prerequisite for receiving a bursary award: applicants will be assessed on their academic performance, as demonstrated in the entrance assessment papers and their school report, in order to best direct funding decisions. 

If you wish to apply for a scholarship, do please contact admissions on before submitting an application. If you have, however, already spoken to a member of the Admissions team, please do fill out our online registration form, if you haven't done so already, and the relevant scholarship form, both of which can be found at the bottom of this page.