As well as awarding academic and co-curricular scholarships, Emanuel School is committed to widening access by offering fee assistance.

We wish no potential pupil to be discouraged by financial circumstances when making an application to the school.

Once registered, you will be contacted in September, the year before entry to download the relevant application forms from the website.

 

Terms and Conditions for Scholarship and Bursary holders

Bursaries and Means-Tested Scholarship Policy

Fee Assistance

The level of fee-remission is dependent on financial need and can be up to 100%, including covering the costs of uniform and school meals.

Once registered, you will be notified when the application form becomes available to download from the website.

In some circumstances it is possible to waive the registration fee. Please get in touch with the admissions office if you feel this might apply to you before filling in the registration form.

For guidance and indication of requirements, please see the forms below from last year, they will be updated in September 2019 for 2020 applicants.

Further information on assistance with fees

Guidance for completing the bursary application form

Introduction to scholarships

Scholarships are offered to exceptionally talented pupils in the following areas – academia, music, sport, drama and art – and are available at all entry points. Scholarships can be worth up to a 50% reduction in fees which can be supplemented with a bursary depending on financial need. It is possible for a pupil to hold more than one scholarship, and they can be combined with bursaries.

More information about each of the following scholarships will be available to download from this page later this year (2019).

Academic scholarships

There is no need to apply for an academic scholarship. These are awarded to pupils who perform outstandingly in the entry process.

Art scholarships

Applicants will be asked to submit a portfolio of their work and a reference from their current teacher for assessment. A shortlist of candidates will be drawn up, after which candidates will be invited to take a practical examination which will involve a drawing test and an interview. This takes place in January, year of entry for 10+, 11+ and 13+ candidates, and November, the year before entry, for 16+ candidates.

More information about art scholarships, and the application form, will be available to view later in the year. The results and further details of the assessment will be sent with the offer letters.

Drama scholarships

Applicants will be asked to submit a statement of interest and a theatre review. A shortlist of candidates will be drawn up, after which candidates will be invited to audition. This takes place in January, year of entry for 10+, 11+ and 13+ candidates, and November, the year before entry, for 16+ candidates.

More information about drama scholarships, and the application form, will be available to view later in the year. The results and further details of the assessment will be sent with the offer letters.

Sport scholarships

Applicants will be asked to submit a list of the teams/squads with which they have been involved inside and outside of school and a reference from their sports teacher and/or coach. Selected candidates will be invited to an assessment day where they will be tested on their sport-specific skills, athletic ability and fitness levels. This takes place in January, year of entry for 10+, 11+ and 13+ candidates, and November, the year before entry, for 16+ candidates.

More information about sport scholarships, and the application form, will be available to view later in the year. The results and further details of the assessment will be sent with the offer letters.

Music scholarships

Music: A principal instrument should be played to grade 4 or 5 standard for applicants to the Lower or Middle School (years 6-11), or grade 6 for sixth form (although it is not necessary for the exam to have been taken) and a secondary instrument should be offered (which may be voice). Selected applicants will be invited to an audition in January, year of entry for 10+, 11+ and 13+ candidates, and November, the year before entry, for 16+ candidates.

More information about music scholarships, and the application form, will be available to view later in the year. The results and further details of the assessment will be sent with the offer letters.

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