The pastoral support team works well to ensure that students’ needs are taken care of.'

'Students are articulate and self- confident learners.'

Ofsted 2017

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16-19 Bursary Fund

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What do we offer at William Morris?

Please find below information on the two bursary options we offer at William Morris, as well as application forms for the Discretionary and Non- Discretionary Bursaries.
Bursaries Information

Discretionary Bursary Application Form

Non-Discretionary Bursary Application Form

There are two types of bursary; the Discretionary Bursary and the Non-Discretionary Bursary.

The Non-Discretionary Bursary is paid every month (a total of £1,200) to students who fall under the following categories:

 • Young people in Care

 • Care leavers

 • Young people personally in receipt of income support

• Disabled young people in receipt of Disability Living Allowance and Employment Support       Allowance

• Teenage parents living independently

• Young people whose parents have died 

 The Discretionary Bursary is a smaller sum which is issued twice during the year.  It can be obtained by students who receive free schools meals, pending an agreement stating that the student must meet the expected standards of attendance and punctuality. This is paid on a termly basis.

Please note original evidence will be required on completion of application form.

Students who find themselves in severe financial difficulties can also get help with small expenses such as travel, from our welfare fund. Students who have welfare concerns are encouraged to talk to our student services team who can offer advice and guidance.

Charging Policy 

  Charging Policy