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Art Scholarship

Art Scholarships will be awarded at Year 7, Year 9 and Sixth Form to those pupils who meet the normal entrance criteria of the school and also show an outstanding ability in Art & Design. 

Holders of an Art Scholarship will make a considerable commitment to the Faculty and show additional dedication to Art through their co-curricular interests.   It is expected that successful Art Scholars will take Art at GCSE.

The school is particularly interested in a candidate’s creativity and confidence with a range of Art medium including: photography, film, sketching for different purposes, painting, sculpture, print making, textiles, graphics and architectural design.

Scholarships will be reassessed annually, and their continuance is subject to the successful candidate exhibiting satisfactory commitment and attitude towards their own progress. 

The application process is as follows:

1)            Pupils wishing to apply for an Art Scholarship should complete  the application form and submit it. We will also require  a portfolio of their work, to be sent via We Transfer to the Registrar at  There are no pre-conceptions about what makes high quality and creative Artwork and pupils are expected to have a range of art-making techniques on display in their portfolio.

2)            Providing the pupil has passed the normal assessment conditions for entry, candidates will be set  a 20 minute practical task either on site or if we continue to be placed in Tier 3 die to health and safety Covid restrictions, the tasks are to be recorded at home (or in their own school setting) and sent in via We Transfer along with their portfolio to

3)            Finally, all potential Art scholars will be invited to an informal interview over either on site or over Zoom with the Head of Art to talk through their portfolio and particular motivations for their work.

The Head of Art is happy to discuss scholarship applications and answer any questions at any time.

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