Art Scholarship at Radnor House
Holders of an Art Scholarship will make a considerable commitment to the Faculty and show additional dedication to Art through their co-curricular interests. It is expected that successful Art Scholars will take Art at GCSE.
The school is particularly interested in a candidate’s creativity and confidence with a range of Art medium including photography, film, sketching for different purposes, painting, sculpture, printmaking, textiles, graphics and architectural design.
Scholarships will be reassessed annually, and their continuance is subject to the successful candidate exhibiting satisfactory commitment and attitude towards their own progress.
The application process is as follows:
Following the submission of the registration form for entry, candidates wishing to apply for an Art Scholarship should complete the application form and return it to us along with a portfolio of their work by the deadline specified on our website for the year of entry.
There are no pre-conceptions about what makes high quality and creative Artwork and candidates are expected to have a range of art-making techniques on display in their portfolio.
Only candidates who achieve the required standards in the entrance examination will be invited to take part in the scholarship practical assessment day which will also involve an informal interview with the Head of Art to talk through their portfolio and particular motivations for their work.
Applications submitted without supporting evidence received by the deadline stated will not be processed.