Scholarships, Bursaries and Awards
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At Norwich School we give Scholarships and awards to pupils with outstanding ability and flair in particular fields. We also set aside generous funds to enable children to attend the school who would not be able to do so without financial help.
A Scholarship is awarded on the basis of an examination, interview and/or audition. Pupils can apply for more than one, but we can only award a maximum of two at any given time.
The financial value of a Scholarship is up to 10% of the annual tuition fee, irrespective of parents’ means, and are open to current and prospective pupils.
Scholarships are awarded in six categories: Academic, Music and Sport (awarded at 11+, 13+ and Sixth Form entry) and Art, Design and Drama which are awarded only upon Sixth Form entry.
The Scholarship is held by the pupil throughout their time at Norwich School subject to meeting the relevant conditions.
If you are interested in applying for a Scholarship or other award, please notify the Registrar.
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We offer Exhibitions to a limited number of applicants who were unsuccessful in gaining a Scholarship but demonstrated exceptionally high levels of skill and ability.
The Exhibition earns the pupil a monetary reward, payable in the Michaelmas Term of the academic year for which the award is made.
Pupils who were unsuccessful in gaining a Music Scholarship but show potential and talent may also be considered for a Music Award. The Award has an annual value of £500 per instrument (including voice) and is awarded to offset the cost of a pupil's music lessons. The Director of Music will need to approve the candidate’s teacher and may require that they are a member of his peripatetic staff.
The award is refunded against the presentation of receipts that have been approved by the Director of Music at the end of the Trinity Term. Pupils may be awarded up to a maximum of two Music Awards.
Norwich School sets aside generous funds to allow pupils to attend the school who would otherwise not be able to do so.
All bursaries are means-tested and can result in a reduction in fees of up to 100%.
Please note that it is unlikely that a bursary will be awarded where household income is greater than 4.5 times the annual Senior School tuition fee and the applicant’s net assets are more than 20 times the annual Senior School tuition fee.
Parents of current pupils can apply for bursarial assistance at any time. Prospective parents should indicate their interest on the school application form and then complete and return the Application for Financial Assistance form by the indicated date.
The school funds bursaries from many sources which include its own savings as well as contributions from the Worshipful Company of Dyers, the ONs, the Friends of Norwich School and others including the Ogden Trust.