If you can’t afford the full cost of taking part in Poetry School activities, but aren’t eligible for concessionary rates, you can apply for a bursary to cover up to 75% of activity costs.
The maximum you can apply for is £300 in any given year, though in exceptional circumstances we may be able to offer more. Priority is given to people who have not received financial support from us before.
The Poetry School bursary scheme is supported by the generosity of students and other donors, for which we are very grateful, and bursary awards are dependent on the funds available each term, based on donations.
To apply for a bursary, please contact John Canfield on email@example.com for a bursary application form. Bursary applications for priority booking (students continuing on a 3-term course) are now open; general booking bursaries open on the 27th February. The deadline for applications for the Summer term’s bursaries is Monday 10th April after which time you will be contacted by us.
Please note: it is a requirement of receiving a Poetry School bursary that you send a written report of 50 words of more (either by email or post) within two weeks of your course finishing, letting us know what you gained from the course and what the experience meant to you. This is useful information for future students who may wish to apply for a bursary, and may help us secure further funding for our bursary scheme. The report may be anonymous if you wish.
If you have any further questions then please email John Canfield at firstname.lastname@example.org