Scholarships are considered for entry throughout the academic year for pupils from Year 4 upwards, although they are primarily awarded to those entering the Senior School.
Boundary Oak Scholars will follow a dedicated Scholarship Programme, with close mentoring to ensure they challenge themselves and develop their abilities and strengths to their full potential throughout their school career.
Scholarships are awarded in name only. Should you wish for a financial discount to be associated with your scholarship, if your child is successful, you will need to complete a means-tested bursary form. Depending on your financial need these discounts are usually in the range of 5-15%.
Scholarships are available in the following areas: academic, music, performing and creative arts, sports and all-rounder. Pupils who consistently perform at a high level in one of these areas are invited to apply in writing to Mr Joe Davis, Head of Co-Curricular & Enrichment, email@example.com
Minimum standards for applicants are:
Academic. Standardised scores of 125 or more in English and maths.
Music. Perform to, or be on track to perform at Grade 6 standard in the senior school and can evidence commitment to music clubs and peripatetic music lessons.
Sport. Play a sport at the equivalent of County level or above and participate in at least one sport outside of school.
Performing or Creative Arts. Have a portfolio of evidence. For performing subjects, you must have played a significant role in a school performance and be an active member of the school drama and/or musical theatre clubs.
All-Rounder. Positively contributes to all aspects of school life; performs consistently at a secure level or higher in academic subjects; exhibits exemplary behaviour and reaches a high standard in at least two of the following: sport, music, performing and creative arts.
All scholars will have good attendance and progress and their behaviour should be exemplary.