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Schools

RAFBF Duke of Kent School

Where a parent's death or severe disablement has occurred whilst serving, the RAF Benevolent Fund may assist with the costs of boarding education from age eight. Known as Foundationers, these children have priority at the Duke of Kent School in Surrey, which was, until 1997, owned by the Fund.

http://www.dukeofkentschool.org.uk/

The Duke of York's Royal Military School

The Duke of York's Royal Military School is an academy with military traditions and is for children from 11 to 18 years of age.

http://www.doyrms.com/

Queen Victoria School

Queen Victoria School is a non-academically selective, fully boarding, co-educational school for the children of Armed Forces personnel who are Scottish, have served in Scotland or are part of a Scottish Regiment. Open to all ranks, all places at the School are fully funded for tuition and boarding by the Ministry of Defence.

http://www.qvs.org.uk/

The Royal Caledonian Schools Trust

The Royal Caledonian Schools Trust was established in 1815 to help educate the sons and daughters of Scots who were serving, or who had served, in the armed forces, and the children of poor Scots in London.

http://www.rcst.org.uk/

Wellington College Foundation

Wellington College was founded by Queen Victoria and Prime Minister The Earl of Derby in 1859 as the national monument to Britain's greatest military figure, the Duke of Wellington, who also served the country with distinction twice as Prime Minister.

http://www.wellingtoncollege.org.uk/