The Bursary

The Bursary term time opening hours are:-

Monday – Thursday
8.30 a.m. 4.30 p.m.
8.30 a.m 4.00p.m.
 The opening hours during school holidays are:-
Monday - Friday 9.00a.m 3.00p.m.

The Bursary can assist you with:-

  • The majority of the financial matters of the school with the exception of:

Payments for CCF should be taken to the SSI, Mr D Rai.

Payments for Duke of Edinburgh should be taken to Mr J Kincaid.

Payments for exams should be taken to the exams office, Mrs S Smith.

  • School trip payments and administration.  Payment for trips and visits can be made by card through Parentmail PMX or by cash or cheques to the Bursary. Cheques can be posted through the door but please note when making any cash payments student  must pay by hand and wait for a receipt.  Consent forms, copy passports etc. should be sent to the Bursary.
  • Sales of items for use in class. Including aprons for food tech., calculators, mouth shields, valuables bags and padlocks. We also sell ties to students playing in school sports and music and tickets for performances and events in school.
  • Lettings. The school hires several areas including the Sports Hall, Gym, Main Hall and cricket nets. Please contact the bursary for availability and charges.
  • Summer sports school bookings.
  • Sales of 16+ Travel cards.
  • 16-19 Bursary applications.
  • Lost property.
  • School fund & gift aid forms.
  • Charity donations.
Mrs M H Cook
Mrs C Broad 
Business & Finance Administrator
Mrs K Boakes Finance Officer
Mrs C O'Neill   
Finance Officer      

The Bursary can be contacted by email to:-   [email protected]

  • "My son was skipping and jumping through the halls, and his excitement to show off his school and his lessons was very heart warming. He comes home daily with happy stories about his day at school. He has doubled in confidence and has taken on much more responsibility for himself in such a very short time." - A New Year 7 parent
  • "I'd like to send a quick note on behalf of my son, who attended the Brazil fair (Year 6 outreach event) yesterday. He had a great time and was so excited when he came home and couldn't stop talking about the amazing things that he did whilst at the school. Thank you so much to you and all the boys from MGS who helped make the afternoon such a success. " - Parent of a year 6 student
  • "My husband and I wanted to send a message to say how very impressed we were with our guide on Thursday evening and what a wonderful ambassador he was for your school. His manners were impeccable and he conversed confidently and informatively with us both. In addition, he engaged our 9 year old without patronizing him made his visit fun and insightful. Jack greatly contributed to our first impression of Maidstone Grammar School being such an overwhelmingly positive experience." - A visiting prospective parent
  • "Students’ achievement is outstanding, both in their academic programmes and their personal development." - Ofsted (2013)
  • "My son is in year 7 and was struggling with 2 heavy musical instruments, a school bag, his diabetes bag and his lunch bag this morning and I saw 2 sixth formers rush over to help him carry his bags. I just want to register my thanks." - Parents of a new year 7 student
  • "There is not a week which goes by even now without me thinking of the school with gratitude, and of its teachers who never gave up on me and allowed me a chance in life. " - Words from an Old Maidstonian
  • "The sixth form is outstanding. Students’ above average attainment at the higher grades in AS and A level equip them exceptionally well for higher education and careers of their choice." - Ofsted (2013)