Scholarships at Worth are highly prestigious awards available to students demonstrating outstanding talent and ability in the spheres of Academic Study, Art, Drama, Music or Sport.
Scholars are offered exciting programmes and opportunities to develop their skills to the maximum and are also expected to act as role models, promoting their area of excellence and encouraging others to follow their example. All scholarships are won in open competition and are awarded solely on merit. Candidates must be registered with the School prior to entering the scholarship process and applications for bursaries should be made at the same time as applications for scholarships.
For all types of scholarships, awards can range in value and a candidate may also hold one or more awards, so that Academic, Art, Drama, Music or Sport awards may be held concurrently. Additionally, at the Head Master’s discretion, exceptional awards with a fee concession may be made where, during the assessment process, we identify exceptional potential or need. Tenure of any award depends upon continued satisfactory progress. The School reserves the right to vary the number of awards according to the strength of applications. The level of fee concession provided can be augmented by bursary support which is subject to means assessment.
Dates of examinations for September 2020 entry:
13+ (Year 9): 10th February 2020 – Sport scholarships assessments.
13+ (Year 9): 24th – 26th February 2020 – Common Academic Scholarship examinations.
13+ (Year 9): w/c 24th February 2020 – Non-Academic scholarship auditions, assessments and interviews – 26th February: Design & Technology and Music; 27th February: Art and Drama.
11+ (Year 7): Art – Tuesday 14th January 2020; Drama – Monday 13th January 2020; Music – Tuesday 14th January 2020; Sport – Monday 13th January 2020.
11+ (Year 7): 17th January 2020 – General entry assessment and academic scholarship examinations.
Further information and the forms for 2020 entry are available below.
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