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Fees

We are very aware of the cost to our parents of independent school and are committed to providing the best education for every pupil through our small class sizes, highly skilled teaching staff and our extensive range of inclusive co-curricular activities and educational visits. 

Tuition Fees pdf

Fee assistance and bursaries

We firmly believe that every talented child should be able to receive a Morrison’s Academy education and all the benefits and opportunities it presents.  Consequently, a number of bursaries are means-tested and awarded each year. A range of factors is considered in making the awards and there are no statutory rules, which means the level of support can range from a small contribution to 100% of the full fee.  

In all cases, the assistance is determined by the extent of financial need, and applicants are required to complete an application form that assesses family income and capital assets. In exceptional cases, full fee awards may be available, but th majority of awards fall in the range of 20% to 65% of the tuition fee. In this way, Morrison's Academy strives to ensure that financial assistance is used to widen access to the School and to assist the greatest number of parents who require support.

PLEASE NOTE: All bursaries for 2017/18 have all been allocated. Applications for 2018/19 are welcome.

Who can apply?

Awards are available to new pupils at all stages of Primary and Secondary. These are principally determined by an analysis of the family's financial position to identify what level of assistance may be required.  They are, however, also dependent upon the availability of funds at the time.

Applications will also be considered from existing parents who have experienced a change in financial circumstances, such as loss of income or bereavement, which threatens the pupil's continued attendance at Morrison's Academy

Other scholarships and bursaries

The School also maintains a number of restricted funds held for special purposes in connection with the development of the School's facilities as well as for scholarships, bursaries, prizes and other educational purposes.  Our current scholarship programme offers two and six academic and music awards to P6, TR and S1 pupils annually, as well as a number of academic scholarships to members of S5 going on to study Advanced Highers. More information can be found here.