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23/01/20

Our Sixth Form open evening is coming up on Thursday, January 30th. Details are below. https://t.co/VD3Obbactu

20/01/20

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The Introduction to sign language club runs on Wednesday’s after school. It's open to all students and parents! https://t.co/CxMgqXoa0u

19/01/20

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Choice - An act of choosing between two or more possibilities. Uni isn't the only choice available to you. Discover alternative options: https://t.co/ZZiBQbzaJ6

17/01/20

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You've worked so hard to get your application sent. Are you wondering what happens next? 🤔 We spoke with the Admissions Team at to find out... https://t.co/UjWVtks0V6

16/01/20

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Interviews and auditions help course tutors compare applicants before deciding what offers to make. We understand interviews aren't everyone's favourite thing, but don't worry, we can help you prepare: https://t.co/OMfghkFXAK

15/01/20

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Did you send us your application today? Here's what you can expect to happen next: https://t.co/7WvgieBQNe

10/01/20

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Our Sixth Form open evening is coming up on Thursday, January 30th. Details are below. https://t.co/oD3GNsoaGQ

07/01/20

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Interested in becoming a Police Cadet? Redbridge Volunteer Police Cadets will be holding an induction evening for Senior Cadets (ages 13 to 18) on Wednesday 15th January 7pm-9.30pm at Wanstead Youth Centre. Further details on https://t.co/ayYTvs44ZZ https://t.co/Fl3uS4h06I

16/12/19

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How do you whittle down five Ucas offers, to just two? First and insurance choices - what to consider: https://t.co/ALifmYZSMS https://t.co/zs8hnX6U6K

15/12/19

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Tip: If you can’t decide between very similar university choices, how about comparing their living costs to see if one makes more financial sense? Student budget calculator ⚙️ https://t.co/hBiErvVHW4 https://t.co/PjGNU5OYed

14/12/19

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If you need inspiration for your personal statement, look no further! We talk about what to write about❓, how to write it,✍️ dos ✔️ and don’ts ❌, and more! You’ve got this 💪😎 https://t.co/Wo4PvLv388

11/12/19

Fullwood starting the evening https://t.co/ftBcg0ySDF

11/12/19

buzz in the Hall. about to start https://t.co/TnQBCl79sG

10/12/19

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SLT ’ Evening Tuesday 10th December 4.00pm-8.00pm https://t.co/tmI47Jn1Vm

09/12/19

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Students had a sale for Barnardo's last week. Thank you to everyone for their kind donations. https://t.co/UcHlZVhCev

08/12/19

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SLT ’ Evening Tuesday 10th December 4.00pm-8.00pm https://t.co/hf6p2VOgqn

06/12/19

SLT ’ Evening Tuesday 10th December 4.00pm-8.00pm https://t.co/hf6p2VOgqn

06/12/19

raising money for St Francis The whole event is dedicated to the memory of Mr Terry Case. Staff and students will be cycling for 10 minutes each. https://t.co/LklJZgyzCa

06/12/19

Students had a sale for Barnardo's this week. Thank you to everyone for their kind donations. https://t.co/i9Twrtuzia

06/12/19

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Still deciding on that fifth Ucas choice? Use our course search to fill that last spot: https://t.co/x6yvivafWL https://t.co/M7DotrjMEd

05/12/19

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Is your sufficiently tailored to the subject you’re applying to? Get last-min tips for your subject - try our tool: https://t.co/rf7fcCPtIf https://t.co/npXEGTjJLe

05/12/19

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What should you be checking when weighing up different university courses? Here are six things to start you off, below... Search and compare courses 🔍 https://t.co/x6yviuSEyb https://t.co/2LfhvJfFMb

03/12/19

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You may have heard of degree apprenticeships, but do you really know what they’re all about? Apprenticeship myths debunked: https://t.co/hgQPtaXnuG https://t.co/Sg8qo5mjBS

01/12/19

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Looking for a little career inspo? Here are six sources of inspiration that might be staring you in the face: https://t.co/F45LnVcF0F https://t.co/eDSaKPHSzU

01/12/19

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How do you possibly whittle down five (hopefully) fantastic Ucas offers down, to two? Making your first and insurance choices: https://t.co/ALifmYZSMS https://t.co/VW4MaMiQ4n

27/11/19

Great evening speaking to their students https://t.co/5Tu6hej79w

27/11/19

Ms Cassettari and Mr Casey are both looking forward to speaking to students about their options https://t.co/e04YNRRiDn

26/11/19

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A-levels, BTECs or the International Baccalaureate - they all have their pros and cons, but which one is right for you? https://t.co/LHFrZ2rrMI https://t.co/eBDZz7KCsw

25/11/19

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Does the end of your leave an admissions tutor wanting to meet you (or better yet, make you an offer)? Tips to conclude your personal statement 🔚 https://t.co/VfDFWT0u4k https://t.co/D2iQg7LJIM

22/11/19

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Great trip to Blue Zoo to see how animations are made! The students were very interested in the awards the company has won! https://t.co/YyP4TsdRa2

21/11/19

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Year 13 media and photography students at Blue Zoo Productions https://t.co/YDBtbaZQll

19/11/19

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Year 12 sessions from PWC, Greenwich University and Phil Law, Solicitor as part of our drop down day. https://t.co/Z3Ppwt6noG

19/11/19

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Thanks to former student and head boy Elliott Costa for participating with the speed networking event. https://t.co/XbKWgfcmUM

18/11/19

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Here is a Year 9 form group on a visit to Cumbria (London) University as part of our careers drop down day. https://t.co/7IGzT48ZQM

18/11/19

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Year 10 and 12 students participating in Speed Networking with visitors from different industries. https://t.co/r4yIUh059V

16/11/19

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Higher and degree apprenticeships are a fee-free route to a degree in lots of subjects, including... 🔧 Engineering - https://t.co/zGclSOGXsH 📈 Business - https://t.co/1KGyvHefjC 💵 Banking & finance - https://t.co/UgxU74E4XG 🖥️ Digital, Tech and IT - https://t.co/9iaBYQJnKI https://t.co/P2piuxkHZb

16/11/19

Retweeted From Caterham High School

Today is our first drop down day. The theme is careers! There are lots of activities for all year groups! https://t.co/Xk1RJipgu5

Bursary Application Form 2019-2020

Bursary Application form 2019 - please complete and return to the Finance Office ASAP

 

Caterham High School guidelines on the 16-19 Bursary Fund in 2019/2020

These guidelines have been developed by Caterham High School to promote fairness and consistency. They do not replace the Education Funding Agency (EFA) funding guidance which the school must follow.

Caterham High School accepts the principles agreed by the Association of Colleges which are set out below:

The purpose of the bursary is to:

·         Support and retain students

·         Promote a positive attitude to learning

The purpose of the bursary is not to promote individual institutions.

  • The bursary is based on attendance and punctuality
  • The bursary should be applied fairly and consistently
  • The process must be easily understood and accessible to young people
  • The process should identify eligible students in a timely fashion
  • The scheme should be designed to maximize the amount of the fund available to support students
  • There is a commitment to moving towards a shared service in the distribution of bursary funds.

 

The 16-19 Bursary Fund has two elements:

(i) Young people in care, care leavers, young people in receipt of income support (or Universal Credit) in their own name and disabled young people in receipt of Employment Support Allowance,  who are also in receipt of Disability Living Allowance, (or Personal Independence Payments), will be eligible to receive a bursary of £1,200 a year.

(ii) The School may use its discretion to make awards to young people in ways that best fit the needs and circumstances of their Students. Discretionary bursary awards should be targeted towards young people facing financial barriers to participation, such as the costs of transport, meals, books and equipment.

 

Guidance for providers on audit and management information requirements is available in the EFA Guide and Q&A for providers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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