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Quondam successfully funds education for Francis Holland School Sixth Form pupil

The Francis Holland School Alumni Network are delighted to announce the Quondam Sixth Form Scholarship Fund has successfully raised half the total cost of educating a pupil through the Sixth Form at Francis Holland School. 

With the generosity and support of the School, and its Headmaster, Charles Fillingham, the funds raised by Quondam have been matched. As a result, Quondam are now able to provide a 100% bursary for a pupil to begin her education at Francis Holland School at the start of the next academic year, September 2022.

Francis Holland School has countless strengths, not least its dedicated staff, its impressive cohort of pupils and its committed and supportive Old Girls, our ‘Polished Corners.’ It is thanks to the tremendous generosity of Polished Corners that we are now able to welcome a capable, creative and ambitious pupil to the school, regardless of her financial background. The more widely we can offer an outstanding Francis Holland education, the greater the benefit to women, to society and to our community.

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