Are you interested in our Wellesley Foundation Scholarships?

Who is the Scholarships for?

Every year we provide life-changing opportunities to families of boys entering Year 7.

What does the Scholarship include?

The scholarship will pay for the fees, uniform, and device, required for 2 years to Year 8.

How can the Scholarship be used?

These scholarships may give your son the opportunity you didn’t have. We have seen them transform not only the boys but their families and communities as well.

How do I know if my son is eligible?

Scholarships will be awarded to students who can demonstrate they have the potential to become a Wellesley boy.

What is a Wellesley boy? See below!

Please note: other eligibility criteria apply.

Have any questions?

If you have any queries about scholarships, please don’t hesitate to contact Amanda –


Register your interest in the Wellesley Foundation Scholarship, and we will be in touch to book an appointment for you with Michael Bain, our Principal.

We’re excited to meet you and your son!

Why Wellesley?

At Wellesley, your son will be surrounded by boys who want to learn, and teachers who want to teach.

Our classrooms and teachers focus on the needs of the boys’ providing them with everything they need to succeed and grow. Our teachers staff includes a number of specialists whose learning spaces and well equipped to explore and expand the classroom curriculum.

Our promise to you is that your boy will be seen and challenged.

Pillars: Discover through values

We’re a school for boys.

We’re a boys school, so our school programme is designed to make it easy for your son to engage with the other boys in his class and his teachers.

In this environment, he is respected for his strengths as well as his areas of need.

We are confident your son will thrive and achieve his full potential.

What does a Wellesley Boy look like?

Our boys come to us from all walks of life, but they all leave with a sense of belonging. A Wellesley Boy leaves with a strong foundation in literacy and maths, great communication skills, the confidence to take risks, a curiosity to discover, a competitive spirit, but not at all costs and a great preparation for secondary school.