Three students from The Sir Thomas White Loan Charity’s scholarship programme attended the Charity’s quarterly meeting on Monday 5 December to meet with Trustees and discuss their progress.
Pictured: Lucy Womack (second from left), STWLC Chair of Trustees, alongside the three scholar students.
The Year 13 scholars, from Loughborough Grammar School, Ratcliffe College and Leicester Grammar School, spoke to the Trustees about their university plans and reflected on how moving to independent schools for sixth form study has benefitted their progress.
The Charity’s Trustees were highly impressed by the students’ ambition and determination, and are very proud of their achievements so far.
STWLC awards scholarships to exceptionally academically high-achieving young people, who wish to attend an independent school in Leicester, Leicestershire or Rutland for their sixth form (Years 12 and 13) education.
Up to three scholarships are available each year and STWLC covers the cost of tuition fees for the two years of A-level study (or provides money towards the tuition in partnership with the awarding school by arrangement with the school).
For further information and to find out if you’re eligible, please visit www.stwcharity.co.uk/scholarships
Please note: scholarship applications should be made directly to the independent school of the applicant’s choice and should NOT be made directly to STWLC.