If you have any other questions not answered here, please contact the Student Registrar.
If this is the case, the eligibility of the student may be re-assessed. Discuss cases like this with the Trust and the scholarship will be reviewed. The Ogden Trust reserves the right to terminate the scholarship and/or reclaim part of the funding it has provided.
Tell us and we can set the date upon which the scholarship will end.
You should discuss any special circumstances that may have affected a pupil's performance with the Trust in confidence; we will review their eligibility for a scholarship in the circumstances and discuss with you a suitable course of action for that student.
Ogden Scholarships will be withdrawn if the student drops physics after AS level. In this event, the School is expected to make the appropriate financial arrangements to enable the scholar to stay at the School through to A2, if they wish to do so.
The Ogden Trust pays on receipt of invoices from the school, which should be submitted termly.
Additional funding can be claimed for school trips and travel to and from school. Download an Allowance Form and take note of the conditions stated on it for these claims.
No. Ogden scholarships are for a maximum of half of the fees, with an upper limit of £6k per year.
Ogden Sixth Form Science Scholarships are for pupils who intend to go on to study physics at university. If a pupil does not want to take A-level maths, it is highly unlikely that they would be offered a place on a university physics course, even if they say that's what they want to do. We advise that you discuss a situation like this with us first before recommending the student for a scholarship.