Truro School is looking for candidates of exceptional sporting and leadership ability who will be expected to make an outstanding contribution to sport at the school.
Sports Scholarships are awarded to candidates entering Truro School at 11+, 13+ and 16+.
Scholarships awarded at 11+ will usually be worth 5 – 10% of the fees and will be reviewed at 13+ and 16+. At the discretion of the Head, a select number of high value 16+ scholarships may be awarded to students of exceptional talent. Any help thereafter is given in the form of a means-tested bursary.
All external candidates for a Sports Scholarship are required to register with the school before an application is made. The Director of Sport is always pleased to talk to prospective parents concerning any aspect of Sports Scholarships.
Truro School enjoys an outstanding reputation for competing in a wide range of sports at the very highest levels. The School is looking for candidates of exceptional sporting and leadership ability who will be expected to make an outstanding contribution to sport at the school.
In addition to the outstanding coaching and sporting facilities provided by Truro School, successful candidates will be supported in their athletic development, including guidance on strength and conditioning programmes and lifestyle management. Performance and progress will be reviewed with the Director of Sport.
The Director of Sport is always pleased to talk to prospective parents concerning any aspect of Sports Scholarships.
Retention of the award will be dependent on consistently excellent effort and performance levels, exemplary conduct during training and competition, evidence of good contribution to team spirit and to be a credit to the School in their behaviour and attitude to learning.
Scholarship assessment is not based solely on sporting ability, but also on whether the candidate demonstrates appropriate character, physical endeavour, resilience, coachability and initiative.
All applicants will be required to attend an assessment day. They will participate in a wide variety of sports during which they will be assessed on their fitness, technique, adaptability, initiative, response to coaching, team-spiritedness and behaviour.
Whilst excellence in one sport will be recognised and is valued by the school, pupils with the ability and willingness to contribute in each of the three terms are more likely to succeed in their scholarship application than those who specialise in one sport to the exclusion of others. Candidates are assessed on merit and should have the potential to become at least county standard in their preferred sport(s) during their time at Truro School.
Candidates are assessed on merit and should be of at least county standard in their preferred sport(s). If considered to be of school team standard in other sports, a willingness to get involved will certainly be expected. According to the level of performance of individuals in their outstanding sport (county, regional, international), a contribution to the other major sporting activities of the school will be discussed on an individual basis with the Director of Sport.
Candidates should bring both indoor and outdoor sportswear and equipment appropriate for the activities, although we will provide equipment for those who require it.
Candidates will be invited to attend assessments in their preferred sports at Truro School.
11+ and 13+
Candidates will be invited to attend assessments in fitness and performance in the major school sports at Truro School.
Completed application forms should be returned to: email@example.com
16+ Friday, 5 November 2021
11+ and 13+ Wednesday 15 December 2021
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