Educational Trust Funds

Kingston Upon Hull Education Foundation - award levels set annually by trustees

Considered for course of study (full-time, part-time – secondary or further/ higher education or a training/employment project)

Assist applicants to prepare or enter a profession, trade, occupation or service up to the age of 25 years old

To pay for outfits, clothing, tools, instruments and books or other items to assist such persons to pursue their education/ profession.

Criteria for applications

  • applicant should be over the age of 13
  • attending or has attended a Hull school
  • parents that live in Hull                                                      

Application considered - October and February, the applications must be received at least 3 weeks prior the meeting date.

For any queries regarding completing application form please contact Democratic Services Officer on 01482 300300. Completed application form to be sent via post to Committee and Scrutiny, Room 115, The Guildhall, Alfred Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AA  or via email to the democratic.services@hullcc.gov.uk

 

The Leon Salingar Award

Award is to assist students starting a music course at the university or recognised music college up to the age of 25 years old.

Publicised through James Dickinson at the Music Service, the university, FE College and Sixth Forms.

Criteria for applications

  • applicant lives in Hull
  • applicant attends or has attended a Hull school
  • applicants must be entering the first year of a music coursed at university or a music college.
  • foundation courses are not eligible to be considered

Application considered – October and February, the applications must be received at least 3 weeks prior the meeting date.

For any queries regarding completing application form please contact  Democratic Services Officer on 01482300300. Completed application form to be sent via post to Committee and Scrutiny, Room 115, The Guildhall, Alfred Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AA  or via email to the democratic.services@hullcc.gov.uk

 

Hull Youth Trust –

Award is to support young people (up to the age of 25) to travel aboard to support their personal development.

Value of the support is at the discretion of the trustees.

Publicised trough the schools/ academies and youth centres across Hull 

Criteria for applications

Individual or a group up to 25 year old wishing to advance their education through travelling abroad and are looking to arrange reciprocal arrangements.

Application considered – October and February, the applications must be received at least 3 weeks prior the meeting date.

For any queries regarding completing application form please contact Democratic Services Officer on 01482300300. Completed application form to be sent via post to Committee and Scrutiny, Room 115, The Guildhall, Alfred Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AA  or via email to the democratic.services@hullcc.gov.uk

 

Alderman Sydney Smith Prize Trust Fund - award levels set annually by trustees

Nomination are requested from schools or other educational and training establishments.

Criteria for applications between the ages of 11 to 18 years old

  • resident, or attending school, in Hull.
  • pupils who deserve assistance due to their effort and achievement under difficult circumstances (physical/ learning difficult)

Applications considered October and February, the applications must be received at least 3 weeks prior the meeting date.

For any queries regarding completing application form please contact, Democratic Services Officer on 01482300300. Completed application form to be sent via post to Committee and Scrutiny, Room 115, The Guildhall, Alfred Gelder Street, Hull, HU1 2AA  or via email to the democratic.services@hullcc.gov.uk

 

Cecil William Rutherford Trust 

The Cecil William Rutherford Trust provides funding for ex pupils of Newland St. Johns Church of England Academy and South Holderness Technology College. Ex pupils from age 16 upwards are eligible providing they are working towards qualifications related to electricity, plumbing, building, architecture and medicine including nursing and physiotherapy.

Courses can be full time, part time, further or higher education or apprenticeships. Funding is paid following confirmation from the education or training provider that the applicant has commenced their course. 

Scholarships are awarded to ex pupils of each school alternately every year, and the trustees started with South Holderness in 1995. Applicants for this year are sought from  ex pupils of South Holderness Technology College by Friday November 8th 2019.

For further information email governors@hullcc.gov.uk

If you would like to discuss any of the bursaries further contact 01482 300 300.

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