Student Services are a pivotal contact for students at John Leggott College, one of their duties is to ensure students are provided with advice and support to ensure that financial issues do not stand in the way when it comes to studying at John Leggott College.
This is why we have a number of bursaries and trust funds available to help you. If you are unsure whether you qualify or which fund to apply for, please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or read our financial support guidance document.
The application window is now open for new and returning students to apply for the bursary fund for September 2022. Please download the application form at the bottom of the page.
If you are unable to download and print the application form, please request a form to be posted out to you by emailing email@example.com.
Please return the form with supporting evidence. You can do this by:
Email, Post or Delivery.
John Leggott College
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This is a fund for vulnerable students up to £1,200 for the full academic year. Students who are in care, care leavers or who receive universal credit or ESA and PIP/DLA in their own right can apply for funding to assist with course-related costs such as equipment and trips.
This fund is for students from low-income families to help with essential course-related costs, such as equipment and trips. This may also include meals and/or a contribution towards travel. This fund is for students ages 16-19 – priorities are given to households with an income under £18,200 and then to those between £18,201 and £28,000.
This fund is for students aged 19 by 31 August 2022 whose course is funded by the ESFA (Education & Skills Funding Agency). Eligibility is assessed using the student’s own income.
You can learn about the Adult Learner Loan E-Fund and how to apply for it if you are eligible here: https://www.gov.uk/advanced-learner-loan/how-to-apply.
The Free School Meals scheme is available to our students either on a EHCP aged 19 to 25 or with learning difficulties. Our under-19 students can also access this if they meet the criteria. The scheme is available for students whose family receive any of the following forms of income support: Income Based Job Seekers Allowance, Employment Support Allowance (Income related) Child Tax Credit with no working Tax Credit and an annual income below £16,190, Guaranteed Pension Credit, support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999, 4 Week Working Tax Credit run-on and Universal Credit (with a household income less than £7,400 a year after tax and not including any benefits you receive).
Students can apply via the Financial Support Application Form available to download on this page.
Financial Support to support your studies/interests.
The John Leggott College Student Trust Fund was set up in memory of a former JLC Governor, Bill Martin, who was a keen advocate of social mobility. Established in 1995, the fund supports the advancement of education of present or former full-time students of John Leggott College, by granting financial assistance to them.
The fund can help with course material costs, such as art or textiles supplies, IT equipment, calculators. Previous applicants have successfully received grants for assistance with travel costs to university open days, college trips and visits, additional courses/summer schools, music lessons and equipment to name but a few. This can be either for your main academic subjects or extra-curricular activities/enrichments.
This will be sent to the Clerk to the Trustees who will be in contact to let you know if your application has been successful.