Bursaries and Scholarships
Walthamstow Hall's bursary scheme provides financial help with school fees based on a family's financial circumstances.
Scholarships and other financial awards, worth up to 50% of fees, are also available to those Sixth Form students who demonstrate exceptional academic potential.
The Bursary Fund is designed to ensure that girls are not prevented from benefiting from or continuing with an education at Walthamstow Hall because of their family's financial circumstances.
Bursaries are awarded by the Governors and the names of girls in receipt of them remain confidential. The school's academic entrance requirements must be fulfilled.
Generous allowances are made where parents have more than one daughter at the school.
Scholarships, Exhibitions and Other Awards
In the Sixth Form Academic scholarships and Art Awards are offered.
Once awarded, a scholarship, exhibition or award is held throughout the remainder of a girl's time at Walthamstow Hall, subject to her making satisfactory progress.
Candidates for all scholarships, exhibitions and awards must satisfy the school's academic entrance requirements. Internal and external candidates may apply.
Sixth Form Academic Scholarships, Exhibitions and Awards
Open Sixth Form Scholarships, worth up to half fees, are awarded to the girls who show the greatest academic potential and perform well in the Sixth Form Scholarship Examination held during the Autumn term each year.
The Erasmus Scholarship for Humanities and Languages is awarded to a girl who intends to study Humanities and/or Languages in the Sixth Form and who shows the greatest academic potential in the Sixth Form Scholarship Examination.
The Darwin Scholarship for Sciences is awarded to a girl who intends to study Sciences in the Sixth Form and who shows the greatest academic potential in the Sixth Form Scholarship Examination.
The Tanner Scholarship for Mathematics is awarded to a girl who intends to study Mathematics in the Sixth Form and who shows the greatest academic potential in the Sixth Form Scholarship Examination.
The Diana Burn Rosen Award for Chemistry of for Languages is awarded to a girl who intends to study either Chemistry or Languages in the Sixth Form and who shows potential in either of these fields in the Sixth Form Scholarship Examination.
Scholarships in Art are available as part of the academic scholarship procedure. We also offer the Lantern Award for Art, endowed by the Old Girls' Association and worth £350 per annum for two years, is awarded to a suitably qualified entrant to the Sixth Form. Candidates will submit a portfolio of work.