Prior's Field September 2018

Brentwood School continues to support London Fee Assistance Consortium

Published Tuesday 13th of October 2020 03:14:52 PM

Brentwood School is a proud member of The London Fee Assistance Consortium (LFAC) and supports the group’s ongoing ambition to raise awareness of the financial support available to students hoping to attend one of the top schools in and around London.

Our pupils are kind, ambitious, and seek to make a positive contribution in the present and the future: our role is to help them achieve their successes – in whatever shape they may come – without any sense of entitlement. We offer a range of means-tested Bursaries at 11 and 16 , to help families with the expenses and fees for attending our school. The top-performing pupils in our Entrance Examination will be assessed for an academic scholarship.

Our generous specialist scholarships recognise academic potential as well as specialist talents in the areas of Chess, Dance, Drama, Music (including singing) and Sport available for entry in Year Seven and Art, Dance, Drama, Music and Sport for Sixth Form. There are also academic scholarships available for entry into the Sixth Form.

LFAC has existed for over a decade and our school is currently featured on the consortium website as a member currently offering subsidised opportunities. This portal provides key information on our admission policies and arrangements for fee assistance, as well as links to our school website for more information.

Challenging misconceptions around the cost of independent education is more important than ever in a post COVID-19 and lockdown world. We understand that many more families find themselves in financially uncertain circumstances and may wrongly rule out considering an independent education as a possibility.

Even before the coronavirus pandemic, being able to afford school fees, fearing an unwelcome environment or predicting expensive extras (such as school trips or musical instrument fees) were some of the common misconceptions that prevented children receiving the education they deserved.

For more information on the support and assistance we may be able to offer, please get in touch.

Mr Michael Bond,
Headmaster
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