Each year the European Commission runs a translation competition for senior students in schools and colleges across Europe.
Scholarship at 13+
Awards for new entrants to the school are made at 13+ for excellence and potential in various fields.
A number of scholarships, usually between ten and fifteen. Winners of these will not be required to sit the Common Entrance examination. Candidates for Academic Scholarships who do not win awards but who perform satisfactorily in the examinations will not be required to sit the Common Entrance Examination.
Candidates for all other scholarships must qualify academically for entry into Canford either via the Common Entrance Examination or Canford's own Entrance Tests for those at schools not offering Common Entrance.
|Armed Forces Scholarships||
Two scholarships at 13+, each worth not less than 20% of the fees, to be awarded to the highest placed academic and non-academic award winners who are children of serving members of the British Armed Forces.
A number of scholarships and exhibitions, usually between four and six. Each award carries free tuition on two instruments.
|Jubilee Art Scholarships, Design Technology Scholarships and Drama Scholarships||
For each category, usually one or sometimes two awards.
|Sports Scholarships||A number of scholarships, usually between ten and twelve.|
Candidates for all awards must qualify academically for entry into Canford either via the Academic Scholarship, the Common Entrance Examination or Canford's own Entrance Tests (for those at schools not offering Common Entrance).
|13+ Scholarship Dates for 2020 entry|
|Music||27/28 January 2020|
|Sport||31 January 2020 (boys), 3 February 2020 (girls)|
|Drama||26 February 2020|
|Art||27 February 2020|
|Design Technology||27 February 2020|
|Academic||2 - 4 March 2020|