How to apply
Applying to Haverhill Community Sixth Form College is easy.
After you've downloaded or received a copy of our prospectus, you can complete your application form and then sent it to us at the appropriate address to the right of this page.
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You might feel that you want to visit us and have a look around before applying. if you do then please contact Mrs K Franks at email@example.com and we will arrange for you to have a guided tour. We will also be able to answer any questions that you have regarding the application process.
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16-19 Bursary Funding
What is the 16-19 Bursary Fund?
The Government has set aside some money for schools to allocate to young people who need financial support to stay on in further education or training. This is called the 16-19 Bursary Fund.
It could help you with any education-related costs that may arise during the school year, including essentials like a meal during the day or transport to your school, college or training provider. Alternatively, you might need extra help to buy additional books, clothing or equipment for your course, or to pay for educational visits.
Who is eligible to apply?
To apply for a bursary, you must be aged between 16 and 19 and in full-time or part-time further education or training. There are two types of bursaries:
1.Vulnerable Student Bursary
Students could receive a Vulnerable Student Bursary up to £1,200 if they:
Are in Local Authority care or have recently left Local Authority care
Receive Income Support or Universal Credit in their own name
- Receive Disability Living Allowance or Personal Independence Payments in their own name as well as Employment and Support Allowance.
2. Discretionary Bursary
You can apply for a discretionary bursary if you aren’t eligible for a vulnerable bursary, but you need financial help to stay on in further education or training.
The discretionary bursary is allocated to students who need support to overcome financial barriers that might prevent them from continuing in full-time education. This bursary is for students whose families are in receipt of a qualifying benefit or who have been affected by a sudden, exceptional change in financial circumstances.
Applications may be made at any time during the academic year, but as there is a limited amount of funding available for discretionary bursaries all such applications will be subject to the availability of funding at the time of application.
For more information, including the eligibility criteria for the academic year 2018-19 and how to apply, please see the documents below
16-19 Bursary Fund application form
16-19 Bursary Policy 2018-19
The ESFA 16-19 Bursary Fund guide: 2018-19
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