Is your child currently in Year 3 and born between 01.09.12 and 31.08.13?
The Rosedale Educational Trust, in conjunction with Merton Court School, is offering a limited number of full fees scholarships to pupils, not currently attending Merton Court School, who show strong academic potential.
Merton Court Preparatory School in Sidcup is a 3-11 years independent, Co-educational day School with approximately 300 pupils, on a beautiful 17-acre site.
Assessment will take place from 14-19 June 2021 at Merton Court School in a Covid-safe environment. Applicants will be required to sit two short assessments (in Reasoning and Maths) along with a short interview. If your child has particular skills or talents (sporting, musical, creative arts), please include these upon application.
These ‘Rosedale Trust’ Scholarships will cover full fees and include a uniform allowance.
Successful entrants may commence at the school from Autumn Term (Year 4) 2021.
Applications should be made via email or by post to:
Secretary to the Trustees
Rosedale Educational Trust
c/o Merton Court School, 38 Knoll Road, Sidcup, Kent DA14 4QU
All applications to have been received by Wednesday 9 June 2021
MERTON COURT PREPARATORY SCHOOL, SIDCUP IS DELIGHTED TO INVITE
CHILDREN OF FRONTLINE NHS KEY WORKERS TO APPLY FOR A FULL FEES SCHOLARSHIP.
IS YOUR CHILD CURRENTLY IN YEAR 3 AND BORN BETWEEN 01.09.12 AND 31.08.13?
Merton Court Preparatory School is delighted to be able to offer the children of frontline NHS workers the chance to apply for a full fees bursary at the school. Applications are now open to frontline NHS key workers’ children who will be eight years old by 31 August 2021.
Merton Court is a diverse and welcoming school that is proud of the exciting and varied opportunities, both academic and co-curricular, it can offer children. The school is thrilled to offer these opportunities to NHS key workers’ children, giving them the chance to reach their full potential.
Headmaster and proprietor of the school, Dominic Price said, “Merton Court has always thrived on having enthusiastic and outgoing pupils. Frontline NHS workers, we all know, have coped bravely with immense challenges over the past year. We have a limited number of places available and are in the position to offer an excellent education, to those who are successful in applying for these scholarships.”
Following initial application, children will be invited into the school to talk with the Headmaster and undertake two assessments (in Reasoning and Maths) in a Covid-secure manner. Applications are actively encouraged from children who show strong academic, music, sporting, or artistic potential.
All applicants should contact firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the reference NHS Scholarship for further details. Children applying for the scheme must be born between 1 September 2012 and 31 August 2013. Successful entrants may commence at the School in Autumn (Year 4) 2021.
All applications to have been received by Wednesday 9 June 2021.