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The Emmott FoundationVisit Website
Grants are made to students for their sixth form years in fee-paying schools when parents or guardians are no longer able to meet their planned financial commitments for education as a result of a sudden or unexpected family crisis.
The Girls' Day School TrustVisit Website
The Girls' Day School Trust (GDST) is the UK's leading family of independent girls' schools, with nearly 4,000 staff and 20,000 students between the ages of three and 18.
The Lloyd FoundationVisit Website
Awards means-tested bursaries towards the costs of an English-medium education, in the UK or overseas, for the children of British citizens who are living and working abroad.
Please visit our website https://thelloydfoundation.org.uk/
We provide a grant for single parent families when the child is over the age of 11 or a bursary for students with one or both parents, where the student is aged 16-18.
Applicants must already be attending an independent day or boarding school, or state boarding school, and have been at the school for one year. Applicants must also have the Foundation's City Qualification. That is the child must be attending a City School or either parent must have lived or worked within the City of London, the square mile, for at least five years.
For further information please contact Mrs Lucy Jordan, Clerk to the Trustees, The Mitchell City of London Charity and Educational Foundation, 24 Station Lane, Holme on Spalding Moor, York. YO43 4AL.
Alternatively email email@example.com or call 01430 860 089.
The NFL TrustVisit Website
The charitable Objects of The NFL Trust are the promotion of education of girls in accordance with Christian principles in schools and colleges in the United Kingdom, primarily by awarding bursaries to assist girls aged 11 to 18 to attend schools which charge fees.