School Trips and Activities
The school organises a very wide range of activities that extends well beyond statutory provision. While feedback from parents has been very supportive, we recognise that some families may have difficulty in meeting the associated costs. Parents may speak in confidence to the Bursar or Depute Bursar about eligibility for support if financial constraints impede your child’s participation in any aspect of school life.
Clothing grants and free school meals
These are provided by the school for families in receipt of a range of benefits as set out below.
|Benefit Criteria||Clothing Grant||Free Meals|
|Income Support or Jobseekers Allowance||Y||Y|
|Working Tax Credit and the yearly income for your household (before tax) is less then £15,050 but is £7,330 or above for the tax year 2020/21||Y||N|
|Working Tax Credit and the yearly income for your household (before tax) is £7,330 or less for the tax year 2020/21||Y||Y|
|Housing Benefit or Council Tax Reduction||Y||N|
|Child Tax Credit only and the yearly income for your household (before tax) is less than £16,105 for the tax year 2020/21||Y||Y|
|Income-related Employment and Support Allowance||Y||Y|
|Universal Credit (where your monthly earned income is not more than £610)||Y||Y|
|Support under part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999||Y||Y|
Application form can be downloaded by following the link below:
Application Form 21-22
An additional £50 benevolent grant may be payable from the Educational Amenities Benevolent Fund only for applicants eligible for a clothing grant. The School will contact applicants on receipt of the financial assistance application, if they are eligible for this grant