FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR MUSIC LESSONS
Charlton Mackrell Primary School is very fortunate in benefitting from a longstanding trust. Whilst the capital amount is small the Trustees set up a fund to provide music bursaries for pupils to support the teaching of music in the school.
Archdeacon William Brymer, a former vicar of Charlton Mackrell church, and founder of the school in 1853, set up a foundation for the welfare, education and advancement of pupils at the school.
Today this fund can provide financial assistance for the provision of music lessons within school time and the cost of hiring musical instruments.
To qualify for assistance from the Brymer Trust Fund the pupil must have been taking music lessons for an academic year or more and have shown commitment to learning their chosen instrument.
Successful applications for funding will receive up to £250 in an academic year. Full details of eligibility are detailed in our Brymer Trust application form.