As a registered charity (charity number 1111878) Llandovery College takes very seriously the requirement for all charities to demonstrate that their activities deliver a genuine public benefit.
Although the legislation that requires this is new, involvement by Llandovery College and its pupils in the life of its local community in the Llandovery area is longstanding. At the request of the Trustees, the College regularly monitors the activities it undertakes which deliver public benefit over and above its obligations to pupils, parents and staff. Through community usage of College facilities, Llandovery College shows the wide variety of ways that it supports the social, cultural and sporting life in its area.
The College also provides scholarships and bursaries, as well as in reducing the financial burden to the state of educating some 320 pupils who would otherwise be educated within the state sector.
Thomas Phillips means-tested Scholarships
The Trustees of the College offer financial support to eligible parents and guardians with 3 means-tested academic awards per year on entry into year 7. These awards will be offered in the form of a reduction in fees of up to 100% depending on the financial circumstances of the applicants. The Scholarships will be subject to repeat testing of parents / guardian means each year and may be varied upwards and downwards, depending on changes in financial circumstances. Further details can be obtained from our marketing & admissions team at firstname.lastname@example.org telephone 01550 723005, or the Bursar at email@example.com telephone 01550 723044.