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Salehah Butt (M 18-20): Keeping your Options Open

Royal SpringBoard Bursary recipient Salehah was kind enough to take a study break from revision for her finals in Social Sciences at King’s College London to speak about why moving to Bradfield, pushing herself outside her comfort zone and choosing to study the International Baccalaureate were the right options for her.

The relationship between Royal SpringBoard and Salehah’s previous school, Gladesmore Community School, had started two years before her opportunity to apply came. She describes ‘a big buzz’ around the Springboard bursary programme at the beginning of year 11 with talks from alumni and lots of encouragement to apply. Salehah heard about the IB programme that Bradfield offered and knew it would provide her with the flexibility she had been looking for.

AS SOMEONE WHO WAS CHARISMATIC AND DOING WELL AT SECONDARY SCHOOL, I SAW APPLYING TO BRADFIELD AS A ‘NO-BRAINER’

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The Bright Futures Bursary Campaign helps to fund transformative bursaries at Bradfield, including those places given to children from the Royal National Children’s Springboard Foundation. For more information or to discuss making a gift our Philanthropy Lead, Kirsty Perkinson, would be happy to help, email kperkinson@bradfieldcollege.org.uk or call 0118 964 4846.

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