BURSARIES

School Council Bursaries offer financial assistance to existing school families who support the values of John Wollaston Anglican Community School. 

They also provide educational opportunities for students who are in good standing, who would not otherwise be able to remain at the School for financial or family reasons.

School Council Bursary applications will open on Monday  31 August 2020 and close at 4:00pm Thursday 24 September 2020.

CONDITIONS

  • Students must be attending the School at the time of application.

  • Students must be in Good Standing (excellent attendance, comply with all School Rules and maintain a satisfactory academic record).

  • Eligible students can apply each year. This includes students who have been the recipient of a School Council Bursary in a previous year.

  • The successful recipients will each receive one (1) semester’s tuition fees.

  • The names of School Council Bursary recipients will be kept confidential.

  • Bursaries are available to current students entering Years 5 and 6, and Years 7 to 12 in 2021.

APPLICATION CRITERIA – STUDENTS ENTERING YEARS 5 and 6

Students are required to write a one page essay in their own words on:

 

What I enjoy most about being part of the John Wollaston school community.

 

Applications should:

  •  Include a cover page with the heading School Council Bursary 2021, the student’s name and year level.

  • Be no more than one (1) A4 page typed using 11pt Arial.

  • Be marked Attention: To the Principal, Ms Anne Ford and emailed to the Policy and Programs Coordinator at policyandprograms@jwacs.wa.edu.au

  • Submissions should include a copy of the student’s 2019 Semester 2 Academic Report and 2020 Semester 1 Academic Report plus a dot-point list of co-curricular activities they have participated in (sports, music, service etc.), awards they have earned and positions they have held. Copies of awards are not required in the submission.

  • The student should be in Good Standing.

 

APPLICATION CRITERIA – STUDENTS ENTERING YEARS 7 to 12

The John Wollaston Anglican Community School Mission is:

We enable our students to discover their passion and direction in life and make a positive contribution in the world.

 

Reflecting on our Mission, eligible students are invited to apply for a School Council Bursary by writing an essay in their own words, identifying ways in which John Wollaston Anglican Community School is helping them to reach their potential. They should cite personal experiences in the School and the wider community to support their ideas.

Applications should:

  •  Include a cover page with the heading School Council Bursary 2021, the student’s name and year level.

  • Be no more than two (2) A4 pages typed using 11pt Arial.

  • Be marked Attention: To the Principal, Ms Anne Ford and emailed to the Policy and Programs Coordinator at policyandprograms@jwacs.wa.edu.au

  • Submissions should include a copy of the student’s 2019 Semester 2 Academic Report and 2020 Semester 1 Academic Report plus a dot-point list of co-curricular activities they have participated in (sports, music, service etc.), awards they have earned and positions they have held. Copies of awards are not required in the submission.

  • The student should be in Good Standing.

To learn more about the School Council Bursaries please contact Karen Ayres, Policy and Programs Coordinator via email policiesandprograms@jwacs.wa.edu.au or (08) 9495 8121.

CONTACT US

Centre Road, CAMILLO WA 6111

Phone: (08) 9495 8100

Primary Phone: (08) 9495 8118

Email: mail@jwacs.wa.edu.au

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