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Sixth Form

Pastoral Care & Bursary

Pastoral Care  

On entering the sixth form at Lady Lumley’s, you will be assigned to a sixth form tutor group with fellow students from Year 12. There is a daily session when you can meet your form tutor for any individual support you may require and a strong sense of respect between staff and students underpins everything we do.  

In addition, our experienced sixth form staff are always available to discuss any matters of concern with you: academic or pastoral.  In Sixth Form Donna Hugill is available to deal with day to-day issues as they arise.  

Donna Hugill works closely with form tutors and teaching staff to ensure that all students achieve the best possible progression and attainment.  If required working with students and parents to plan intervention where a student may need additional support.  

At Lady Lumley’s we pride ourselves on the caring atmosphere within our sixth form and we emphasise that interpersonal skills are as important as academic qualifications.  We understand that every student is different, requiring a personalised approach and individual guidance so that their personal and academic goals can be achieved.  

The 16 to 19 Bursary Scheme 

This 16 to 19 Bursary is available to all students who attend Lady Lumley’s Sixth Form. It is provided so that financial issues are not a barrier to successful completion of your studies. 

There are two bursaries: 

Guaranteed Bursary 

You may be eligible to apply for a bursary of £1,200 a year if:-   

  • You are in or recently left local authority care  
  • You get Income Support or Universal Credit in your name  
  • You get Disability Living Allowance (DLA) in your name and either Employment 
    and Support Allowance (ESA) or Universal Credit  
  • You get Personal Independence Payment (PIP) in your name and either 
    ESA or Universal Credit   

Discretionary Bursary – students from a low income household are eligible to apply for financial assistance whilst at Sixth Form. Some examples are: 

  • Transport to and from school 
  • School lunches 
  • Educational trips / University visits 
  • Examination fees and resit fees / UCAS fees 
  • Materials and textbooks required for their course  

To apply for these funds students and parents / carers will need to meet the eligibility criteria and complete a Financial Assessment Form and Specific Application Form - copies are available from the Sixth Form Office. Attendance, behaviour and academic progress will be factors taken into consideration. 


Coast and Vale Learning Trust

About Coast and Vale Learning Trust

The Coast and Vale Learning Trust in Scarborough aims to improve education in the locality through establishing coherent and collaborative practice across schools and other educational institutions in the area.

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