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Cheltenham Ladies' College

Bayshill Road
GL50 3EP

T: +44 (0)1242 520691

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ISC ID: 48326


Ms Eve Jardine-Young (Principal)

Girls - age range:

Day: 11 to 18

Boarding: 11 to 18


841 pupils

Cheltenham Ladies' College case studies (33)

Supply of PPE


  • Cheltenham Ladies' College
  • Gloucestershire NHS Trust
  • Thirlestaine Park Care Home
  • Lillian Faithful Care Homes
  • Community work/fundraising
  • Coronavirus support
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Scholarship Information

The award of a scholarship at College recognises talent and potential within a particular area, be it Academic, Sport, Music or Art. Scholarships come with extra opportunities, with support and skills development plus more responsibility. Scholars are expected to contribute to and enhance the academic, sporting or artistic life of College, supporting and encouraging their peers to do the same.
College offers scholarships of varying levels, giving a fee remission (usually between 5% and 15% of the school fees) and exhibitions, which may be awarded for all-round ability or used to cover the cost of music lessons or specialised equipment. Some funds are used exclusively to reward attainment, attitude and potential demonstrated by day girl applicants.

Bursary Information

College’s means-tested bursaries are known as Beale Awards, named after our pioneering second Principal, Dorothea Beale, who was a leader in the education of young women. These awards offer free or partially-funded places to talented girls seeking either boarding or day places. We are committed to educating those whom we believe are likely to flourish here, regardless of their means and these awards take into account both the financial circumstances of an applicant’s family and her performance in written entrance tests and interviews.

It is essential that families who wish to explore financial support options contact the Admissions Department ( well in advance of the proposed date of admission.

This will enable the greatest chance of being considered for the funds that we have available. Applications for Beale Awards made after the published application deadlines will unfortunately, not be considered.

  • Academic scholarships
  • Art scholarships
  • Drama scholarships
  • Music scholarships
  • Sport scholarships
  • Sixth Form scholarships
  • Sibling discounts
  • Bursaries for new entrants
  • Hardship awards for existing pupils