Scholarships and Bursaries

We are committed to helping children from all backgrounds have access to an outstanding education.

 

The Amity Scholarship and Bursary fund, launched in September 2017, not only helps celebrate and promote achievement and ambition, but also help students with limited financial means benefit from an Amity education. For successful candidates who are awarded a Scholarship, a bursary equivalent to the difference between Amity’s fees and those of the candidate’s current school fees may be given.

 

Our Amity Scholarship Programme rewards excellence and celebrates extraordinary potential, and our scholars benefit from outstanding enrichment opportunities and a generous educational enrichment fund!

 

To discover more about our scholarships, the application and assessment process, please click on the links below to download a brochure:

 

 

What is our Scholarship programme?

'Inspiring excellence' is one of the four founding values of our community at Amity; beyond the classroom, one of the ways we try to foster excellence is through our Scholarship Programme which, through a series of talks, workshops, trips and coaching opportunities, fuels our students' curiosity, creativity and aspiration. It is a flourishing project, with 31 students aged 11-14 currently holding Academic, Art and Design, Sports and Performing Arts Scholarships.

 

Who will qualify?

Scholarships are awarded to gifted and talented students for achievement and demonstration of potential either in a specific field or a combination of fields. Awards are given on an entirely meritocratic basis. Although a student may not meet the criteria at one scholarship entry point, this will not exclude him/her from an application in a later year. Scholarships have been offered for students entering Years 7 to 10. Music scholarships may be offered to exceptional candidates in Years 5 to 6.
 

 

What do we expect from our scholars?

Scholars should be leaders to their peers and work with staff to grow the co-curricular programmes. Scholars are expected to achieve recognition for themselves and help the community achieve the same by being a role model inside and outside of the classroom.  Holders of this award are expected to participate in a variety of co-curricular activities. These include subject-specific clubs and societies, as well as internal and external academic competitions.
 

 

Opportunity for success

Scholars will be presented with exciting opportunities and challenges. Our academic curriculum and co-curriculum are structured to provide breadth, challenge and extension beyond standard British National Curriculum requirements. We provide excellent resources, specialist subject teaching and take great care to monitor and promote academic progress. Students awarded a Scholarship receive the following benefits:

  • Exclusive, ‘invitation-only’ access to a programme of talks, workshops and trips
  • Bespoke courses to develop skills (sourced from outside providers, including EtonX)
  • Mentoring sessions
  • Support developing a portfolio of skills and achievement
  • An Inauguration Ceremony, in which our scholars receive the certificate of inauguration.
  • All scholars’ awards are recognised formally on the Scholarship Honours Board
  • Regular review and target-setting meetings with the Director of Scholarship

 

How is success measured?

We measure success in terms of exam results and the number of students attending Oxbridge, Russell Group or Ivy league universities. Our programme will give students confidence in new challenges, develop resilience and inspire them to be creative problem-solvers and visionary leaders.

 

 

How to apply

To apply for a Scholarship, please complete the Scholarship Application Form which can be found here. Candidates can submit more than one application for different disciplines.

 

For more information, please contact our Registrar who will happily assist you:

 

The registrar will also inform parents about the next steps and dates of assessments. 


 

Deadline for application 

The deadline for scholarship applications has been extended, they must be sent to our Registrar by 31st March 2020


 

Financial Support (Bursary)

Financial support is not part of the Scholarship award. Parents interested in applying for bursarial financial support should complete the Confidential Statement of Financial Circumstances form found here. Parents will then be invited to discuss the possibility for further financial support with the School Principal.

The school will consider compassionate and other circumstances, including financial means, to decide on the level of support provided. Bursaries will be subject to annual review and parents may be asked to provide updated financial information. Following a review, bursaries may be increased or decreased. 
 

For more information, please contact our Registrar:
 

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Applications for Scholarships for 2020 are now open!

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