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Bursaries

Means-tested

A fund is set aside each year to provide financial help for those in need.

Bursaries are means-tested confidentially and the value of a bursary is related to the income and financial resources of a student’s family.

Bursaries are subject to annual review and their continuation is dependent on a review of the family’s financial situation and the pupil achieving the school’s normal standards of behaviour and endeavour.

How much can be awarded?

Most bursaries awarded are in the range 10% to 30% to girls from families whose gross income is less than £60,000 per annum with a single child at the school.

Families with a total income of less than £30,000 per annum and with no capital assets other than their home may be eligible for a significant bursary, subject to available funds.

The maximum value of the bursary can be full published fees.

How to apply

External applications for a bursary should be submitted by the deadlines detailed below. Applications received after this date will not be successful if all available funding has already been allocated.

 

Bursary application deadlines are as follows:

 

 

Families of existing pupils, whose financial circumstances change, may make a bursary application at any time throughout the year.

 

Download the Sixth Scholarships and Bursaries booklet.

 

Please call 01444 241050 or email the Bursar for further information.