Posted on September 5, 2017

Bursaries are now being considered for current/existing St Paul’s School students entering Years 7 to 12 in 2018. Bursaries are offered to families in financial need.

The following Bursaries are being offered for one year only.  Details and Criteria are listed below.


The Bishop John Oliver Feetham Memorial Bursary will be awarded to a student in Year 12 2018Criteria:Students should submit a covering letter detailing their performance in pursuing the Aims and Goals of the School.

The Adrian Bradley Memorial Bursary will be awarded to a student in Year 11 2018 or Year 12 2018. The Adrian Bradley Bursary celebrates the achievement and example of the late Adrian Bradley, a former student and staff member at St Paul’s School.  Criteria:Students should submit a covering letter detailing their participation in the life of the School; achievement within the School; embodiment of the aims of the School; family association with the School; and detailing their performance in pursuing the Aims and Goals of the School.

The Ray Geise Bursary for Service will be offered to one student and it is open to any student from Year 7 2018 to Year 11 2018. This Bursary is to the value of $1,000 as a reduction in School fees. Criteria:Students should submit a covering letter detailing their performance in pursing the Aims and Goals of the School and must show evidence of consistently caring for others and helping them to live worthwhile and meaningful lives; students must have pride in their School and demonstrate this in their dealings with their peers and indeed the whole School community. In addition to the covering letter, students should submit a 1000 word essay on “Building a Christian Caring Community in the 21st Century.”


Criteria for all Bursaries:

Applications for Bursaries and the awarding of Bursaries are strictly confidential.

In awarding all of the above Bursaries, particular attention will be paid to the performance of the applicants in pursuing the Aims and Goals of the School, and to any financial need which exists in the family.

All Bursary applicants should complete a Bursary application form and submit a covering letter addressing the specific Criteria as detailed above for each Bursary.

NB  The Ray Geise Bursary applicants should submit a covering letter as well as an essay, as detailed above, in addition to the Bursary application form.

A separate application should be submitted for each child within a family.

Bursary application forms (which include responding to questions about the family’s financial circumstances) are available from the Headmaster’s Executive Assistant, Ms Sam Beeney, via email request:  [email protected]

Completed Bursary applications, including the supporting documentation and covering letters/essays should be submitted in a sealed confidential envelope by Friday 13 October 2017 (the end of the second week of Term 4) to:  Dr Paul Browning, Headmaster, St Paul’s School, 34 Strathpine Road, BALD HILLS  QLD  4036.


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