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PostPosted: Thu Feb 26, 2009 10:12 pm 
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My daughter has just received a full fee-paying offer for a place at City of London for Girls. We applied to no other private schools due to the high number of bursaries offered by the school. We cannot afford to pay much of a contribution towards the fees ourselves, but have been assured that we are on a 'reserve list' in case any bursaries become available.

Has anyone had a similar experience to this? What is normally the likelihood of a bursary arising? Are there any other routes we can take outside of the school (donors, trusts, grants) that might subsidise the fees? I am a single mother and we are a low income household.

Thank you for your help.


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Location: Warwickshire.
You may get more of response by posting in the Independent Schools section of the forum, just a bit further down the page.

I hope you get some help.


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thank you!


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