Funding the education of sons and daughters of Forces Personnel of all ranks killed or wounded while serving their country
Radley College has a long history of helping families affected by death and injury in warfare. In 1917 The Radley College War Memorial was created with donations from former pupils and their families to provide a Radley education for the sons of Old Radleians killed in The Great War.
Today, the Governors of Radley are keen to build on this heritage by recognising the outstanding dedication and sacrifice of our current Service men and women.
As a result, the Radley Armed Forces Fund has been created with The Radley Foundation for the sole purpose of raising funds to help finance the education of sons and daughters of killed and injured Service men and women of all ranks throughout the Armed Forces. The boys will be educated at Radley College, near Oxford, and the girls at either Downe House, near Newbury, or St Mary’s Calne in Wiltshire – with whom Radley has close ties. All three schools are single sex boarding schools although Downe House and St Mary’s Calne can accept day pupils.