NCYO bursary awards are means tested and open to all NCYO students who can demonstrate
real financial need.
NCYO students are supported by the Friends of Norfolk County Youth Orchestra. Bursaries are awarded on a means-tested basis, and any student living in a household with a residual income of less that £45,000* may apply.
*The residual household income is the total gross taxable income from the household, reducing that by the amount of Private Pension Plans, AVC’s, or other taxable allowances which is then further reduced by £1,130 for each child/student in the household who are financially dependent on the family.
To apply for a FNCYO bursary please complete the online bursary application form below.
All bursary applications will be considered in strict confidence and with reference to the strict criteria for bursary funding.
Adrian James are delighted to offer 4 scholarships of £250 to members of Norfolk County Youth Orchestra. The scholarships are offered to nurture outstanding and very promising students for the current academic year (September 2021- July 2022).
There will be an opportunity for students to apply for the scholarship again in September 2022.