The King’s School

North Parramatta, NSW 2151

Scholarships Offered

The Violet Macansh Scholarship

Violet Macansh Scholarships are the gift of Mrs Violet Macansh, the sister of J.D, F.C. and V.S Futt...

Violet Macansh Scholarships are the gift of Mrs Violet Macansh, the sister of J.D, F.C. and V.S Futter, who were boys at the School from 1891 to 1901. Mrs Macansh died on 8 March 1950, and by her Will entrusted that the estate’s funds were applied “to and for the promotion of education at The King’s School”.

The first Violet Macansh Scholarship was awarded by The Council of The King’s School in 1951.

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The Victor Futter Memorial Scholarship

First awarded in 1993, the Victor Futter Memorial Scholarship honours the memory of Mr V.S. Futter (...

First awarded in 1993, the Victor Futter Memorial Scholarship honours the memory of Mr V.S. Futter (TKS 1897 – 1901), the youngest of three sons of Mr J.S. Futter (TKS 1836 – 1839). Victor Futter was Vice-Captain of the School in 1901 and won several academic prizes throughout his school career. He was Captain of Athletics in 1900 and 1901, winning two colour coats and representing the GPS in 1901.   Victor Futter represented the 1st XV from 1899 to 1901, winning an honour cap in 1901 and representing the GPS 1sts in 1900 and 1901.

On leaving school, Victor became a graduate in law from The University of Sydney, gained Blues for cricket and rugby, and represented New South Wales in rugby for several years. He returned to farming before the World War, joining his brother on the family property Beggan  Beggan. Mr Futter died in 1941.

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The Morris Fielding Scholarship

Morris Fielding attended The King’s School from 1906 to 1911 and went on to Oxford as a Broughton ...

Morris Fielding attended The King’s School from 1906 to 1911 and went on to Oxford as a Broughton Forrest Scholar. After serving in World War I, where he was awarded a Military Cross, Morris was ordained and was Rector of St Aidan’s, Longueville, for thirty years. He died in 1972.

Morris’ two sisters survived him. The last surviving sister, Winifred Ruth Fielding, died in June 1992. Ms Fielding endowed the Scholarship to honour her brother.

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The Nan Blaiklock Fellowship for Drama

This Award was endowed in 1993 by Lady Galleghan, nee Persia Blaiklock, to promote and support drama...

This Award was endowed in 1993 by Lady Galleghan, nee Persia Blaiklock, to promote and support drama in The King’s School and to perpetuate the memory of her sister, the late Miss Nan Blaiklock.

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The W Cant Family Bursary

The Bursary is available to support the enrolment of a boy whose family home is in the Hunter Valley...

The Bursary is available to support the enrolment of a boy whose family home is in the Hunter Valley region of New South Wales at the time of enrolment.

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The King’s School Scholarships

Scholarships are offered based on Academic, Character or Leadership merit. Assessment for these awar...

Scholarships are offered based on Academic, Character or Leadership merit. Assessment for these awards is completed through Scholarship Testing followed by family interviews of short listed candidates.
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Bicentennial Music Scholarship

The Bicentennial Music Scholarship is awarded to a musician based on outstanding musical talent. Ass...

The Bicentennial Music Scholarship is awarded to a musician based on outstanding musical talent. Assessment for the Bicentennial Music Scholarship is completed through Scholarship Testing, followed by an audition (Wednesday 1 or Thursday 2 March 2023) and family interviews of short listed candidates.
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The King’s School Boarding Bursaries

It is important to The King’s School that our community and families are supported in boarding thr...

It is important to The King’s School that our community and families are supported in boarding through the provision of financial assistance in the form of Boarding Bursaries.Bursaries are means tested and typically assist with between 25% and 100% of boarding fees to attend the School.  Bursary awards are subject to reassessment every three years.

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The Hawkes Family Scholarship

The Hawkes Family Scholarship has been established from the generous gifts made by members of The Ki...

The Hawkes Family Scholarship has been established from the generous gifts made by members of The King’s School Community in recognition of the leadership and significant contribution made to the life of the School by Dr Timothy F Hawkes OAM, 19th Headmaster of the School from 1 January 1998 until 30 June 2017.
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The Old Boys’ Union Scholarships & Bursaries

The Old Boys’ Union has made significant gifts to the School to establish Scholarships and Bursari...

The Old Boys’ Union has made significant gifts to the School to establish Scholarships and Bursaries to promote the education of the recipients at the School.  Scholarships are offered based on Academic, Character or Leadership merit.

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The Futter Trust Scholarship

The Futter Trust was established by The Council of The King’s School in accordance with the wishes...

The Futter Trust was established by The Council of The King’s School in accordance with the wishes of Mrs Violet Macansh, the sister of J.D, F.C. and V.S Futter, who were boys at the School during the period 1891 to 1901.   Mrs Macansh died on 8 March 1950, and by her Will entrusted that the estate’s funds were applied “to and for the promotion of education at The King’s School”.

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Important dates

Oct 5th 2022

2023 Applications Open

Feb 3rd 2023

2023 Applications Close

Feb 12th 2023

2024 Scholarship and Bursary Testing Day

About The King’s School

For almost 200 years, The King’s School has committed itself to the development and growing of global thought leaders.

At King’s, every boy has the opportunity to lead and to be challenged and trained in developing his leadership capacity. That means that those graduating from The King’s School are able to take up their roles and responsibilities throughout the world in living lives of service for the sake of others.

A King’s education is distinguished by three pillars – Academic Excellence, Character Development and Christian Community. The School’s Scholarship Program is also geared around seeking candidates who are academic, character and community minded.

The King’s School offers a range of Scholarships and Bursaries for boys entering Years 7 to 11. Shortlisted candidates will be chosen from those with test results in the top 1% (Allwell Academic Assessment Services conducts testing on-site at the School), with these candidates invited to an interview to further their application. They will also be assessed on their ability to contribute to the co-curricular program of the School. Bursaries are also awarded, largely to country applicants for boarding places, and are means-tested.

Applications for 2024 entry will open on Wednesday 5 October 2022 and can be found online through the School’s website at www.kings.edu.au, with applications open until Friday 3 February 2023. Testing will be conducted on Sunday 12 February 2023.

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