Disabled Student’s Allowance
Young people studying or intending to study in higher education can apply for a Disabled Student’s Allowance.
Find out more using the following links:
Other support available
16-19 Bursary Fund
If you’re aged 16-19 years and are disabled, are in care or a care leaver, you could get a bursary of up to £1,200 via your college office, if you receive Personal Independence Payment, or receive Universal Credit/ Income Support:
To qualify you need to be:
- Studying at school or college (not university) in England
- On a training course, including unpaid apprenticeships
This is to help with education-related costs. You can spend the money on things like:
- Clothing, books and other equipment for your course
- Transport and lunch on days you study
16-19 Bursary Fund on GOV.UK (external link).
Tottenham Grammar School Foundation and Grant
Provides financial assistance to eligible young people resident in Haringey, for educational purposes by granting awards, scholarships and bursaries. To apply contact the Foundation directly.
Tottenham Grammar School Foundation and Grant website (external link).
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