King William's College
King William's College is a co-educational senior school catering for day pupils and boarders and delivers (I)GCSEs and the International Baccalaureate. The grounds are first class and provide excellent sporting facilities for a wide range of disciplines. Class sizes are small throughout and often in single figures for specialist subjects.
Mr Joss Buchanan (Principal)
Religious affiliation: Church of England
Day/boarding type: Day, Weekly/Flexible Boarding and Full Boarding
Gender profile: Coeducational
King William's College fees:
Boarding fees per term:
£8,626 to £11,850
Day fees per term:
£6,250 to £8,000
Scholarships & bursaries:
ISC reference number:
DfE reference number:
595 / 6000
Boys - age range & pupil numbers:
Day: 11 to 18 (143)
Boarding: 11 to 18 (48)
Sixth form: (52)
Girls - age range & pupil numbers:
Day: 11 to 18 (147)
Boarding: 11 to 18 (39)
Sixth form: (53)
Bursary requests are considered on a case by case basis. Applications are means-tested and reviewed annually and focus on the financial circumstances of the family. Bursaries are normally limited to a range of 10% to 30% of the day tuition fees.
Most siblings join us at King William’s College and The Buchan School. The rate of the discount is not determined by the order in which children join the school, but by their age; the second sibling in the family will receive a 10% Award and younger siblings will receive a 30% Award.
CHILDREN OF CLERGY POLICY
A reduction of one third of the fee for boarders and one half of the fee for day pupils is allowed to children of clergy holding a benefice or Bishop's licence and residing in the Isle of Man. There is a similar arrangement for children of Methodist Ministers.
A reduction of 15 per cent is allowed for serving members of the Armed Forces of the Crown. Once a pupil is accepted, the reduction continues even though the parent may leave the Services.
SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS
Our Academic Scholarships and Drama, Music and Sport Awards are available to pupils entering Lower Fourth (Year 7). They are highly prized and are designed to reward excellence and celebrate exceptional talent in a particular field.
Each year King William's College attracts high calibre applicants who enrich the School, not only in their specialist areas, but also in all facets of School life. Throughout their time at College we aim to provide each pupil with encouragement and tailored support to develop their talents and excel in their specialist area.
All Scholarships are won in open competition and are awarded solely on merit. Each Scholarship and Award is held from 1st September of the year of entry until the Scholar leaves the College, provided the pupil's work and conduct continue to be of the highest standard.
If a candidate applies for more than one Scholarship or Award the maximum reduction offered will not exceed 10% of the tuition fee. Scholarship and Award holders are also able to apply for means-tested Bursaries.
Lower Fourth Academic Scholarships are offered up to the value of 10% of the tuition fee. The examination is held in January of the year of entry and consists of papers in English and Mathematics. No special preparation is required and past papers are not available. Candidates are also required to attend an interview. Candidates must be over 11 years of age and under 12 years of age on the 1st September of the year of entry.
Each Scholarship is held from 1st September of the year of entry until the Scholar leaves the College, provided the pupil's work and conduct continue to be of the highest standard.
DRAMA, MUSIC AND SPORT AWARDS
Drama, Music and Sport Awards are available to pupils joining the College in Lower Fourth and are awarded at the same time as the Academic Scholarships. The Awards are up to the value of 10% of the tuition fee and those holding a Music Award are also entitled to free tuition in one musical instrument.
Candidates for a Drama Award will be invited to an audition. The audition will include the performance of a prepared monologue of their choice as well as group improvisations. Candidates will also attend an interview.
Each award is held from 1st September of the year of entry until the pupil leaves the College, provided that the pupil continues to make a significant contribution to Drama at the School. The Award holder will be expected to choose Drama as one of their IGCSE options.
Candidates for a Music Award will be invited to an audition. Candidates must offer at least one instrument, although singing may be offered as an alternative. Candidates will be expected to play a piece of their own choice and take part in aural tests. They will also attend an interview.
Each Award is held from 1st September of the year of entry until the pupil leaves the College, provided that the pupil continues to study Music at a high level and makes a significant contribution to the musical life of the School. The Award holder will be expected to choose Music as one of their IGCSE options.
Candidates for a Sport Award will be invited to a practical assessment. They will be expected to demonstrate a high level of proficiency in at least two of the major sports played at the College and they will take part in a number of practical tests. Candidates will also attend an interview.
Each award is held from 1st September of the year of entry until the pupil leaves the College, provided that the pupil continues to make a significant contribution to the sporting life of the School. The Award holder will be expected to choose Physical Education as one of their IGCSE options.
For further information please email email@example.com or call +44 (0) 1624 820110.
Scholarships & Bursaries offered
- Academic scholarships
- Drama scholarships
- Music scholarships
- Sport scholarships
- Clergy discounts
- Sixth Form scholarships
- H M Forces discounts
- Sibling discounts
- Bursaries for new entrants
- Hardship awards for existing pupils
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