Frequently Asked Questions

Please find below answers to some common questions relating to Ewelme Financial Awards and the application process. Please use the form on the Contact Us page to request any further clarification on any aspects of our awards.

Applicants must be resident in the areas listed in the Scheme.

Yes. We also look carefully at the sustainability of parental commitment.

Currently £2,400 – £5,000 p.a. for an agreed number of years to a suitable schooling milestone – normally from entry to secondary education until completion of GCSEs with review to extend through 6th Form studies or from entry for 6th Form studies until completion of A levels or IB.

No, we concentrate on awards for secondary education. We may consider grants towards vocational or skills courses and special projects in tertiary education

Grants are generally awarded to young people aged between 11 and 24 for specific purposes, such as extra tuition, skills training, travel and specialist equipment in academic subjects, the arts, music and sport. Grants can also be awarded for tools, specialist clothing and equipment in apprenticeships and traineeships.

Head teachers and Careers Advisers are usually the best starting point

Inform the Clerk as soon as you can. We all want a successful and fair outcome for your child.

Candidates are interviewed by two governors and given a tour of the historic buildings in Ewelme.