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Scholarships and Bursaries

Scholarships and Bursaries for entry in September 2019

Scholarships will be awarded to outstanding applicants for up to the value of 10% of tuition fees and are available for entry into Year 3, Year 7, Year 9 and the Lower Sixth Form (Year 12). Scholarships are available as follows:

  • Year 3 and Year 5: Scholarships (including strong level of academic attainment)

  • Year 7: Academic, Music and All Rounder (two from: art, music, drama, sport and citizenship) Scholarships

  • Year 9: Academic, Sport and Music Scholarships

  • Sixth Form: Academic, Sport, Drama, Music, Art, Textile Design and Academic Scholarships

  • Tennis Scholarships are available for entry into Years 3-10 and Lower Sixth

Applications

Scholarship applicants must complete the relevant application form prior to the published deadline and send to the Senior School office (Years 7 - Sixth Form) and the Preparatory School office (Year 3).

Application forms, criteria and reference templates may be downloaded from the School website or obtained from the Senior School, Pre-Prep or Prep School offices. Applications received after the published deadline will be considered only at the Head’s discretion.

Scholarship Contents

Year 3 and Year 5 Scholarships 

Year 3 All-Rounder Scholarship

Applications will be considered by the Head of the Preparatory School and awards made for children demonstrating a very high level of performance in the entrance testing process.

Scholarships are awarded for up to 10% of tuition fees

There are six scholarships for Year 3 (usually three from Year 2 Claremont Fan Court Pre-Preparatory School, three from other schools). Scholarships will be awarded up to the end of Year 6 and are dependent on maintaining a high overall standard of achievement and endeavour.

Year 5 James Hamilton Scholarship Award

The James Hamilton Scholarship Award may be given to an outstanding applicant from the maintained education sector for entry into Year 5 (up to the end of Year 6). This is a means-tested award up to the value of 100% of tuition fees.

Further Information

Scholarship assessments will take place at the Preparatory School on the morning of Saturday 24 November 2018.

Assessments will be conducted in verbal reasoning, non-verbal reasoning, English and mathematics. There will also be a group interview in which applicants will be expected to discuss open-ended questions, explore observations and concepts raised by a shared text or picture as well as to describe their interests outside school.

The criteria for the award will include:

  1. Achievement of very high standards in the assessment papers, interview and school reference.
  2. One or more references of support will be sought testifying to good character, exemplary behaviour and academic potential. (Confidential internal candidates’ references will be provided by the Head of Pre-Prep)

Scholarships will be awarded up to the end of Year 6 and are dependent on maintaining a high overall standard of achievement, effort and behaviour (achievement grades of A and B and effort grades of 1-2 on the half termly grade cards).

Application and confidential references must be returned to the Head of the Preparatory School by Friday 9 November 2018. Confidential reference forms must be returned by the referee direct to the Head of the Preparatory School.

 


Year 7 Academic Scholarship for 2019

Scholarships are awarded for up to 10% of tuition fees

The application process for an academic scholarship to enter Claremont Fan Court School at Year 7 will be based on very high performance in the general entrance examination on Saturday 5 January 2019.

The criteria for the award will include:

  1. Achieve very high standards in the assessment papers (English, mathematics and verbal reasoning), interview and school reference.
  2. One school reference of support will be sought testifying to good character, exemplary behaviour and strong community involvement.

Scholarships will be awarded up to the end of Year 11 and are dependent on maintaining a high overall standard of achievement, effort and behaviour (achievement grades of A*/A and B and endeavour grades of 1-2 on the half termly grade card).

External scholarship applicants

In order to be considered for a scholarship, a standard application to the Senior School must be made by external applicants to the Senior School admissions secretary by 16 November 2018.

Internal scholarship applicants

Internal applicants should return the appropriate form to the Senior School admissions secretary confirming their intention to sit the general entrance examination for consideration for an academic scholarship by 16 November 2018.

Applicants who reach the required standards described above will be offered a scholarship to enter Year 7.

Year 7 Music Scholarship for 2019

Scholarships are awarded for up to 10% of tuition fees.

Pupils are invited to apply for a music scholarship to enter Claremont Fan Court School at Year 7.

The criteria for the award are as follows:

  1. Applicants will be required to pass the general entrance assessment before being offered a Scholarship.
  2. Applicants should be able to demonstrate interest, commitment and achievement in music; for example, by playing in an orchestra, singing in a choir or through grade examinations.
  3. Applicants need to offer two instruments (which may include voice), one of which should be at Grade 4 standard.
  4. Music scholars are expected to work hard to further their individual music studies and to make a significant contribution to the wider musical life of the school through participation in at least two ensembles and a variety of concerts and assemblies each term.

Auditions will be held in January 2019 for entry into the School the following September. The audition will consist of: 

  • Performing a piece with or without accompaniment (we can provide an accompanist if required)
  • Rhythmic tests
  • Sight-reading tests
  • An interview will be held with a Senior Leader from the Senior School and the Director of Music. Applicants should be prepared to discuss:
    • the music that they have played
    • their musical achievements thus far
    • their musical plans for the future

Two suitable references to support this application must be obtained and should be submitted with the application (a School template is available on the website reference forms may be downloaded at the bottom of the page).

Scholarships will be awarded up to the end of Year 11 and are dependent on maintaining a high overall standard of achievement and endeavour and continuation of the criteria above.

Application and confidential references must be returned to the Headmaster, Senior School by 16 November 2018. Confidential reference forms must be returned by the referee directly to the Headmaster.

Year 7 All-Rounder Scholarship for 2019

Scholarships are awarded for up to 10% of tuition fees.

Pupils are invited to apply for an all-rounder scholarship to enter Claremont Fan Court School at Year 7. Applicants will sit the general entrance examination on Saturday 5 January 2019 with papers in English, mathematics and verbal reasoning.

The criteria for the award are as follows:

  1. Applicants must achieve high standards in the assessment papers (English, mathematics and verbal reasoning), interview and school reference.
  2. A school reference of support must be received testifying to good character, exemplary behaviour and strong community involvement.
  3. An interview will be held with a Senior Leader from the Senior School in which we will seek evidence of an inquiring mind, breadth of knowledge and sound moral judgement.
  4. Applicants should also offer strong evidence of success, by supplying a short written reference from a teacher or leader, in at least two of the following :
  • Music: voice or instrument at Grade 3 level
  • Sport: compete at club, district level or county level in a Claremont Fan Court representative school sport or a range of sports at school and club level
  • Art: demonstrate an aptitude for art by presenting a portfolio
  • Drama:  perform at a high level at school, club or equivalent
  • Citizenship:  have demonstrated exceptional qualities and examples of citizenship at school, church and youth organisations

Depending on the strengths offered, applicants must be committed to attending practices and activities and to participate in all team matches for which he or she is selected.

References to support this application must be completed and should be submitted with the application (reference forms may be downloaded at the bottom of the page).

The Diana Hill Scholarship Award

The Diana Hill Scholarship Award will be given to an outstanding all-rounder applicant from the maintained sector for entry into Year 7. This is a means tested award up to the value of 100% of tuition fees. (Please also complete a bursary application form in addition to the scholarship application form.)

All-rounder scholarships will be awarded up to the end of Year 11 and are dependent on maintaining a high overall standard of achievement, effort and behaviour (achievement grades of A* - C and endeavour grades of 1-2 on the half termly grade card) and continuation of the criteria above.

The Year 7 All-rounder scholarship application form and confidential references must be returned to the Headmaster, Senior School by 16 November 2018. Confidential reference forms must be returned by the referee directly to the Headmaster.

 


Year 9 Academic Scholarship for 2019

Scholarships are awarded for up to 10% of tuition fees.

Pupils are invited to apply for an Academic Scholarship to enter Claremont Fan Court Year 9.  In addition to achieving a high level of academic success, applicants for a scholarship are expected to be exemplary members of the Claremont Fan Court community. The scholarship examination will take place on Saturday 5 January 2019. Applicants will be set papers in English, mathematics and verbal reasoning.

The criteria for the award are as follows:

  1. Applicants must achieve high standards in the assessment papers (English, mathematics and verbal reasoning) and school reference.
  2. Two references of support must be received testifying to good character, exemplary behaviour and strong community involvement. (References for Claremont Fan Court School pupils should include one from the Head of Year and one other teacher).

Scholarships will be awarded up to the end of Year 11 and are dependent on maintaining a good overall standard of achievement, effort and behaviour (achievement grades of A*/A and B and endeavour grades of 1-2 on the half termly grade card).

Application and confidential references must be returned to the Headmaster, Senior School by 16 November 2018. Confidential reference forms must be returned by the referee directly to the Headmaster.

Year 9 Sports Scholarship for 2019

Scholarships are awarded for up to 10% of tuition fees.

Pupils are invited to apply for a sports scholarship to enter Claremont Fan Court at Year 9.

The criteria for the award are as follows:

  1. Selection and participation in either one sport at club or county level in a Claremont Fan Court representative school sport or a range of sports at school and club level.
  2. External applicants will be required to pass the general entrance assessment before being offered a Scholarship.
  3. Two references of support must be received testifying to good character, exemplary behaviour and strong community involvement. (Internal references should include one from the Head of Year and one other teacher).
  4. Applicants must always demonstrate the highest standard of sportsmanship. Mentoring and coaching for younger players is expected. The applicant should have great enthusiasm for the sport and be willing, reliable, hard-working and able to persevere through to a successful outcome.
  5. An interview will be held with a Senior Leader from the Senior School and Head of Department in which we will seek evidence of an inquiring mind, breadth of knowledge and sound moral judgement.

Applicants must be committed to attending practices at lunchtime and after school and to participate in all team matches for which he or she is selected.

Applicants will be asked to attend school for a series of fitness tests in January 2019 to assess both their health and skill-related fitness. They will also take part in one or more of the major games played at the School.

A reference from a County Team or club, if applicable, should accompany the application form (reference forms may be downloaded at the bottom of the page).

Scholarships will be awarded up to the end of Year 11 and are dependent on maintaining a high overall standard of achievement and endeavour and continuation of the criteria above.

Application and confidential references must be returned to the Headmaster, Senior School by 16 November 2018. Confidential reference forms must be returned by the referee directly to the Headmaster.

The Shane Lalani Sports Scholarship Award

This award is for up to 10% of tuition fees and is presented by Sal and Carol Lalani, family and friends in memory of Shane, a former Claremont Fan Court pupil.

The criteria for this discretionary award are as follows:

  1. A passion and a talent for a range of sports at school and/or club level.
  2. External applicants will be required to pass the general entrance assessment before being offered this award.
  3. Two references of support must be received testifying to good character, exemplary behaviour, strong community involvement and a positive attitude in the face of challenges. (Internal references should include one from the Head of Year and one other teacher).
  4. Applicants must always demonstrate the highest standard of sportsmanship. Mentoring and coaching for younger players is expected. The applicant should have great enthusiasm for the sport and be willing, reliable, hard-working and able to persevere through to a successful outcome.
  5. An interview will be held with a Senior Leader from the Senior School and Head of Department in which we will seek evidence of an inquiring mind, breadth of knowledge and sound moral judgement.

Applicants may be asked to attend school for a series of fitness tests in January 2019 to assess both their health and skill-related fitness. They will also take part in one or more of the major games played at the School.

A reference from an external team or club, if applicable, should accompany the application form (reference forms may be downloaded at the bottom of the page).

This will be awarded up to the end of Year 11 and is dependent on maintaining a high overall standard of endeavour and enthusiasm and continuation of the criteria above.

Application and confidential references must be returned to the Headmaster, Senior School by 16 November 2018. Confidential reference forms must be returned by the referee directly to the Headmaster.

Year 9 Music Scholarship for 2019

Scholarships are awarded for up to 10% of the tuition fees.

Pupils are invited to apply for a music scholarship to enter Claremont Fan Court School at Year 9.

The criteria for the award are as follows:

  1. External applicants will be required to pass the general entrance assessment before being offered a scholarship.
  2. Applicants should be able to demonstrate interest, commitment and achievement, for example, by playing in an orchestra, singing in a choir or through grade examinations.
  3. Applicants need to offer two instruments, including voice, one of which should be at Grade 5.
  4. Music exhibitioners are expected to work hard to further their individual music studies and to make a significant contribution to the wider musical life of the school, through participation in at least two ensembles and a variety of concerts and assemblies each term.

Auditions will be held in January 2019 for entry into the School the following September. The audition will consist of: 

  • Performing a piece with or without accompaniment (we can provide an accompanist if required)
  • Rhythmic tests
  • Sight-reading tests
  • An interview will be held with a Senior Leader from the Senior School and the Director of Music.  Applicants should be prepared to discuss:
    • the music that they have played
    • their musical achievements thus far
    • their musical plans for the future

Two suitable references to support this application must be obtained and should be submitted with the application (reference forms may be downloaded at the bottom of the page).

Scholarships will be awarded up to the end of Year 11 and are dependent on maintaining a high overall standard of achievement and endeavour and continuation of the criteria above.

Application and confidential references must be returned to the Headmaster, Senior School by 16 November 2018. Confidential reference forms must be returned by the referee directly to the Headmaster.

 


Sixth Form Academic Scholarship for 2019

Scholarships are awarded for up to 10% of tuition fees.

Year 11 students are invited to apply for an Academic Scholarship to enter Claremont Fan Court Sixth Form. In addition to achieving a high level of academic success, applicants for a scholarship are expected to be exemplary members of the Claremont Fan Court community.

The criteria for the award are as follows:

  1. Applicants must achieve a minimum of three grades 8 or 9 (or equivalent) and four grade 7 (or equivalent) in GCSE exams including grade 7 in the subjects (or related subjects) which they intend to study at A Level.
  2. Two references of support must be received testifying to good character, exemplary behaviour and strong community involvement. (Internal references should include one from the Head of Year and one other teacher). Reference forms may be downloaded at the bottom of the page.
  3. An interview will be held with a Senior Leader from the Senior School in which we will seek evidence of an inquiring mind, breadth of knowledge and sound moral judgement.

Year 10 modules and GCSE mock examination results will be used as evidence of academic achievement on which to base a conditional offer subject to actual grades received in summer.

External students applying for Sixth Form academic scholarships may be required to sit an examination in November comprising papers in English, mathematics and critical thinking. The same criteria as above will apply.

Conditional offers, subject to final grades, will be made by the end of December with confirmation after GCSE results have been received in August 2019. 

Scholarships will be awarded for the full two year A Level course and are dependent on maintaining a good overall standard of achievement in end of year internal/external examinations and endeavour (grades 1-2 on the Sixth Form academic review).

Application and confidential references must be returned to the Headmaster, Senior School by 2 November 2018. Confidential reference forms must be returned by the referee directly to the Headmaster.

Sixth Form Sports Scholarship for 2019

Scholarships are awarded for up to 10% of the tuition fees.

Students are invited to apply for a sports scholarship to enter Claremont Fan Court Sixth Form.

The criteria for the award are as follows:

  1. Selection and participation in either one sport at county or national level in a Claremont Fan Court representative school sport or a range of sports at school and club level.
  2. Applicants will need to meet the expected requirements of the school for entry into the Sixth Form as detailed in the Sixth Form academic procedure. 
  3. Two references of support must be received testifying to good character, exemplary behaviour and strong community involvement. (Internal references should include one from the Head of Year and one other teacher). We will be asking the student’s PE teacher to send a confidential reference directly to the Head’s office giving information on ability and achievements. A reference from a County Team or club, if applicable, should also accompany the application form (reference forms may be downloaded at the bottom of the page).
  4. GCSE PE is not necessarily required, nor is the intention to study A level PE. Applicants must always demonstrate the highest standard of sportsmanship. Mentoring and coaching for younger players is expected. The applicant should have a passion for the subject and be willing, enthusiastic, reliable, hard-working and able to persevere through to a successful outcome.
  5. An interview will be held with a Senior Leader from the Senior School and Head of Department in which we will seek evidence of an inquiring mind, breadth of knowledge and sound moral judgement.

The criteria for a Sports Scholarship will take into consideration sporting ability and achievements, contribution to sports teams throughout the year, sportsmanship and leadership potential. Applicants must be committed to attending practices at lunchtime and after school and to participate in all team matches for which he or she is selected.

In November, applicants will be required to perform practically in their chosen sport(s) and to attend an interview.

Offers, subject to final grades, will be made by the end of December with confirmation after GCSE results have been received in August 2019. Scholarships will be awarded for the full two year A Level course and are dependent on maintaining a good overall standard of achievement, endeavour (grades 1-2 on the academic review) and continuation of the criteria above.

Application and confidential references must be returned to the Headmaster, Senior School by 2 November 2018. Confidential reference forms must be returned by the referee directly to the Headmaster.

Sixth Form Drama Scholarship for 2019

Scholarships are awarded for up to 10% of tuition fees.

Students are invited to apply for a drama scholarship to enter Claremont Fan Court Sixth Form.

The criteria for the award are as follows:

  1. Applicants will need to meet the expected requirements of the school for entry into the Sixth Form as detailed in the Sixth Form academic procedure. Scholarship applicants must intend to study A Level drama for the full two year course.
  2. An interview will be held with a Senior Leader from the Senior School and the Head of Drama in which the applicant should be able to produce evidence illustrating an active and ongoing involvement in drama and theatre and should be prepared to present an audition piece.
  3. Two references of support must be received testifying to good character, exemplary behaviour and strong community involvement. (Internal references should include one from the Head of Year and one other teacher). A School template is available on the website.
  4. Applicants must demonstrate to the interview panel that they will make a positive contribution to the School. The applicant should be willing, enthusiastic, reliable, hard-working and able to persevere through to a successful outcome.  A willingness to participate in a varied programme of theatre visits and workshops and to assist in organising events in the Drama Department in conjunction with the Director of Drama is of the utmost importance.

Offers, subject to final grades, will be made by the end of December with confirmation after GCSE results have been received in August 2019. Scholarships will be awarded for the full two year A Level course and are dependent on maintaining a good overall standard of achievement (minimum grade B or internal Lower Sixth drama examinations), endeavour (grades 1-2 on the academic review) and continuation of the criteria above.

Application and confidential references must be returned to the Headmaster, Senior School by Friday 2 November 2018. Confidential reference forms must be returned by the referee directly to the Headmaster.

Sixth Form Music Scholarship for 2019

Scholarships are awarded for up to 10% of tuition fees.

Students are invited to apply for a music scholarship to enter Claremont Fan Court Sixth Form.

The criteria for the award are as follows:

  1. Applicants will need to meet the expected requirements of the school for entry into the Sixth Form as detailed in the Sixth Form academic procedure. 
  2. GCSE music is not necessarily required, nor is the intention to study A level music, but applicants should be able to demonstrate interest, commitment and achievement, for example, by playing in an orchestra, singing in a choir or through grade examinations.
  3. Applicants need to offer two instruments, including voice, one of which should be at Grade 6.
  4. Two references of support must be received testifying to good character, exemplary behaviour and strong community involvement. (Internal references should include one from the Head of Year and one other teacher). A school template is available on the website.
  5. Music scholars are expected to work hard to further their individual music studies and to make a significant contribution to the wider musical life of the school through participation in at least two ensembles and a variety of concerts and assemblies each term.

Auditions will be held in November for entry into the School the following September. The audition will consist of: 

  1. Performing a piece with or without accompaniment (we can provide an accompanist if required)
  2. Rhythmic tests
  3. Sight-reading tests
  4. An interview will be held with a Senior Leader from the Senior School and the Director of Music. Applicants should be prepared to discuss:
  • the music that they have played
  • their musical achievements thus far
  • their musical plans for the future

Offers, subject to final grades, will be made by the end of December with confirmation after GCSE results have been received in August 2019. Scholarships will be awarded for the full two year A Level course and are dependent on maintaining a good overall standard of achievement, endeavour (grades 1-2 on the academic review) and continuation of the criteria above.

Application and confidential references must be returned to the Headmaster, Senior School by 2 November 2018. Confidential reference forms must be returned by the referee directly to the Headmaster.

Sixth Form Art Scholarship for 2019

Scholarships are awarded for up to 10% of tuition fees.

Students are invited to apply for an art (fine art or photography) scholarship to enter Claremont Fan Court Sixth Form.

The criteria for the award are as follows:

  1. Applicants will need to meet the expected requirements of the school for entry into the Sixth Form as detailed in the Sixth Form academic procedure. A grade 7, 8 or 9 is required in art. Applicants should intend to study A level fine art or photography for the full two year course.
  2. An interview will be held with a Senior Leader from the Senior School and the Head of Art when the applicant needs to present a portfolio displaying skills in drawing, painting and sculpture.
  3. Two references of support must be received testifying to good character, exemplary behaviour and strong community involvement. (Internal references should include one from the Head of Year and one other teacher). A School template is available on the website.
  4. Applicants demonstrate to the interview panel that they will make a positive contribution to the School. The applicant should have great enthusiasm for the subject and be willing, reliable, hard-working and able to persevere through to a successful outcome. A willingness to visit art galleries and museums and an interest in researching art are essential. All art scholars are expected to demonstrate their commitment to the subject by participating in life drawing sessions  (or similar for photographers) offered by the School in addition to timetabled lessons.
  5. Applicants will be invited to attend a drawing test for one hour.

Offers, subject to final grades, will be made by the end of December with confirmation after GCSE results have been received in August 2019. Scholarships will be awarded for the full two year A Level course and are dependent on maintaining a good overall standard of achievement (minimum of B grade in internal Lower Sixth examinations) and endeavour (grades 1-2 on the academic review).

Application and confidential references must be returned to the Headmaster, Senior School by 2 November 2018. Confidential reference forms must be returned by the referee directly to the Headmaster.

 


Sixth Form Textile Design Scholarship for 2019

Scholarships are awarded for up to 10% of tuition fees.

Students are invited to apply for a textile design scholarship to enter Claremont Fan Court Sixth Form.

The criteria for the award are as follows:

  1. Applicants will need to meet the expected requirements of the school for entry into the Sixth Form as detailed in the Sixth Form academic procedure. A grade 7, 8 or 9 is required in textile technology or textile design. Applicants should intend to study A level textile design for the full two year course.
  2. An interview will be held with a Senior Leader from the Senior School and the
  3. Head of Textiles when the applicant needs to present a portfolio displaying skills in textiles.
  4. Two references of support must be received testifying to good character, exemplary behaviour and strong community involvement. (Internal references should include one from the Head of Year and one other teacher). A School template is available on the website.
  5. Applicants demonstrate to the interview panel that they will make a positive contribution to the School. The applicant should have great enthusiasm for the subject and be willing, reliable, hard-working and able to persevere through to a successful outcome. A willingness to visit art galleries and museums and an interest in researching art are essential. All textiles scholars are expected to demonstrate their commitment to the subject by participating in appropriate/relevant co-curricular activities in addition to timetabled lessons (eg supporting costume design and realisation for the School production).
  6. Applicants will be invited to attend a skills test for one hour.

Offers, subject to final grades, will be made by the end of December with confirmation after GCSE results have been received in August 2019. Scholarships will be awarded for the full two year A level course and are dependent on maintaining a good overall standard of achievement (minimum of B grade in internal Lower Sixth examinations) and endeavour (grades 1-2 on the academic review).

Application and confidential references must be returned to the Headmaster, Senior School by 2 November 2018. Confidential reference forms must be returned by the referee directly to the Headmaster.

 


Tennis Scholarships for 2019 

Tennis scholarships are awarded for up to 10% of tuition fees.

Tennis scholarships at Claremont Fan Court School are run with the intention of establishing a core of high-performance tennis players who will represent the School, county and country.  Tennis scholars will enjoy high-quality academic programmes and the opportunity to further their tennis career.

Pupils are invited to apply for a tennis scholarship to enter Claremont Fan Court School in Years 3-10 and Lower Sixth.

The criteria for the award are as follows:

  1. Selection and participation in tennis at school and club and ranked close to or within the top 100 players nationally by age or with a strong potential to achieve at this level. Tennis ratings should also reflect ability and ambition.
  2. External applicants will be required to pass the general entrance assessment before being offered a Scholarship.
  3. Two references of support must be received testifying to good character, exemplary behaviour and strong tennis involvement. Internal references should include one from the teacher or Head of Year and one PE teacher or tennis coach.
  4. Applicants must always demonstrate the highest standard of sportsmanship. Mentoring and coaching for younger players is expected. The applicant should have great enthusiasm for tennis and be willing, reliable, hard-working and able to persevere through to a successful outcome.
  5. Applicants will be assessed for suitability for this scholarship.
  6. An interview will be held in which we will seek evidence of talent, sportsmanship, ambition and sound moral judgement. 

Applicants must be committed to attending tennis practices and to participate in all tennis matches for which he or she is selected.

If further financial assistance is required, a separate application should be made to the Bursar on the bursary application form. Scholarships will be awarded up to 10% of School fees.

Responsibility for tennis coaching costs remain with the applicant’s family.

Successful applicants and their families will be invited to a meeting with the Head of Tennis and Deputy Head of the Senior/Prep School to discuss an appropriate academic and sporting programme.

Tennis scholarships in the Prep school will be awarded up to the end of Year 6. Tennis scholarships in the Senior School will be awarded up to the end of Year 11, or (Upper Sixth if a Sixth Form award). These are dependent on maintaining a high overall standard of achievement and endeavour and continuation of the criteria above. They will be reviewed annually.

Application and confidential references must be returned to the Headmaster, Senior School by 16 November 2018 (2 November for Lower Sixth) for a September 2019 start. Confidential reference forms must be returned by the referee directly to the Headmaster.

Applications for tennis scholarships may be submitted after this date but will be subject to a place being available.

 

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