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Baccalaureate Scholarship

 

To qualify students must achieve at least 6 A* – B grades at GCSE including English Grade 5+ and Maths Grade 5+ and wish to pursue a route to a top Russell Group or Oxbridge University.

Benefits of the Scholarship Programme

  • A £400 scholarship payment, paid in two instalments after successful continuation of their selected subjects.
  • The choice to study up to 4 A Level courses with a recommendation of at least two in a ‘facilitating subject’ for students who have a minimum point score of 52 (equivalent to 7 or more A/A* grades at GCSE).
  • An external professional mentor linked to an area of business or academia in a profession of interest to you.
  • Weekly Academic Tutor meetings for students wishing to complete the Extended Project Qualification which is equivalent to an AS (Advanced Subsidiary) qualification.
  • An enrichment offer that will include trips to an Oxbridge University, ‘Getting into higher education’ conference, visiting mentor from an Oxbridge or Russell Group university.
  • A personalised leadership programme that develops your skills in your specialist subject area.
  • Support and guidance in securing work experience in your chosen profession.
  • A Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education (PSHCE) programme that is specifically tailored to you.

Bursary Fund

 

The purpose of the Bursary is to provide support to students aged 16-19 who are experiencing particular financial difficulty with meeting some of the costs associated with learning..

Benefits of the Bursary Programme

  • Monthly  payments paid after successful continuation of their selected subjects and excellence attendance.
  • A personalised leadership programme that develops your skills in your specialist subject area.
  • Support and guidance in securing work experience in your chosen profession and participation in the TES6 leadership programme.• A Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education (PSHCE) programme that is specifically tailored to you.

Priority Groups for Bursary Support

  • Students in care, care leavers, students in receipt of Income Support and disabled students in receipt of Employment Support Allowance who are also in receipt of Disability Living Allowance are eligible to receive a bursary.
  • Students who meet the criteria for Free School meals.
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