Ratcliffe College offers a wide range of Scholarships to recognise academic, sporting, musical, dramatic and artistic talent amongst students for the Senior School. We have the highest expectations of our Scholarship students; challenging each of them to fulfil their potential in all their endeavours. Please take a look at our scholarships information below.
Scholarships may be awarded up to the value of 50% of the school fee.
Deadline for Scholarship entries: Friday 29th November 2019.
Year 7 All Rounder Scholarship Assessment: Monday 13th January 2020
Drama Scholarship Assessment: Tuesday 14th January 2020
Sport Scholarship Assessment: Wednesday 8th January 2020
Art and Design Scholarship Assessment: Thursday 16th January 2020
Year 7 Music Scholarship Assessment: Friday 17th January 2020
Year 12 Drama Scholarship Assessment: Monday 3rd February 2020
Year 12 Music Scholarship Assessment: Tuesday 4th February 2020
Year 12 Art and Design Scholarship Assessment: Wednesday 5th February 2020
Year 12 Sport Scholarship Assessment: Thursday 6th February 2020
The deadline for entry September 2020 is Friday 29th November 2019.
In the interest of being fair to all families, the School will not accept applications that are received after the stated deadline.
Students who excel in our 11+ Entrance Examinations.
Students will be expected to play representative sport at county level or the equivalent, preferably, but not exclusively, in one of the school’s major team sports. Students will be expected to maintain representative sport at county level through to the end of Year 11.
Students will be expected to demonstrate one of the following:
Provided to students with significant talents in a range of disciplines. A candidate applying for the Year 7 All-Rounder Scholarship will show a strong academic profile as measured by the Ratcliffe College Entrance Examinations. They should also be able to demonstrate that they could make a significant contribution to the extra-curricular life of our College.
‘Rosminian’ Scholarships are awarded to the students with the top 5 GCSE results.
Students will be expected to play representative sport at county level or the equivalent, preferably in one of the school’s major team sports.
Music students will be expected to play or sing at Grade 6 (minimum) or equivalent award. Students will be expected to study Music at A Level and/or contribute significantly to the musical life of the school.
Drama students will be expected to provide a suitable portfolio showcasing their work and will be assessed at School. Students will be expected to study Drama at A Level.
Art & Design students will be expected to provide a portfolio showcasing their work and will be assessed at School. Students will be expected to study Art or Design at A Level.
Assessments will normally take place annually in January each year.
Scholarships awarded in Year 7 are usually retained until the end of Year 11.
Scholarships awarded in Year 12 are for two years. All awards are subject to a satisfactory annual review.
For further details and an application form, please contact our Admissions Department on 01509 817072 or email@example.com.