We expect you require a month or so to gatheryourthoughtsand then,ifyou wish to apply,write
your name on this form together with a letter of application which
should then be handedto Mr
Robinson,probably by 7th
May 2010.In principle we
then consider the applications and invite a short list to attend for
interview in the School in June.
I wish to be considered for the
Ashcombe Dorkinian2010Bursary Award and will submit a
letterand supporting information
to Mr Robinson for forwarding to the Association Award Panel.
THE ASHCOMBE DORKINIAN
I wish* / do not wish* to
become a member ofTheAssociation
To A.D.A. Membership Secretary:Ted Hazelden,23Dunsdon Avenue,GUILDFORD, GU2 7NX,
or viaMr James Robinson,Head of Sixth Form
Name/ Initials :Surname: .
Address : ..
Post Code: ..
Years at SchoolFromto ..
Email Address: .. .
I wish*/do not wish* my email
address to be published in the Association Membership List
I am */I am not*applying for the ADA Bursary Award
To applya student should first
hand in a form with his/ her name added to Mr James Robinson,Head of Sixth Form so that we know you
are intending to apply. Then we expect you to write a letter in which
you set out why you think you should be awarded the Bursary,attaching such evidence that you
haveofyour achievements, such as a list of
your exams results so far, your sporting interests,your leisure interests,what jobs you may be doing/ have
done,any references you might
have from an employer or leisure activity manager/leader so that we
gather an all round picture of what you have gained fromandhave returned tothecommunity both insideand outside of school. Hand in this
letter with attachments to Mr Robinson.
We expect you may require a month or so to gather your thoughts and
then,if you do wish to
apply,hand in one of these forms
together with a letter of application and supportingevidence to Mr Robinson, probably by 7th
May 2010.In principle we then
consider the applications and invite a short list to attend for
interview in the School in June after your exams are completed.