• Part A - Personal Information.

  • Part B - Course Information

  • Part C - Other Information

    Transport arrangements - to be completed by all students.

    (If you have been rejected for free travel with Northumberland County Council or you live outside of Northumberland, please apply directly to Northumberland College)
  • 16-18, 19+ SEN transport: Apply directly to Northumberland County Council

  • This section is only to be completed by students aged 16-18:

  • Part D - Student’s Bank Information.

    Student must have their own account.

  • Part E - Income Details

    If 16-18 to be filled in by parent(s)/guardian(s) if 19+ to be filled in by student.

  • Drop files here or
      Students are required to provide proof of address (young people are required to provide child benefit evidence or Child tax credit award notice) and evidence of household income using the list below. Evidence must be supplied for all adults living in the house.
    • Annual Salary- P60 for tax year, 3 consecutive payslips dated within 3 months of application.

      Income Support- Entitlement / Award letter – dated within the last three months.

      Universal Credit - Entitlement / Award letter – dated within the last three months.

      Job Seekers Allowance - Entitlement / Award letter – dated within the last four weeks.

      Employment Support Allowance - Entitlement / Award letter – dated within the last three months.

      Personal Independent Payments - Entitlement / Award letter – dated within the last three months.

      Carer’s Allowance - Entitlement/ Award letter – dated within the last three months.

      Working Tax Credit - Working Tax Credit Award Notice. Must be for full year and not partial awards (full award notice).

      Child Tax Credit - Working Tax Credit Award Notice. Must be for full year and not partial awards (full award notice).

      Grants or Bursaries etc - Relevant paperwork detailing entitlement and amount paid.

      Any other benefit - Entitlement / Award letter – dated within the last three months.

    • Part F - Signature

      If aged 16-18 both the student and parent/guardian should sign this section.

      I understand that payments are subject to me achieving agreed standards of behaviour, commitment and attendance each month. I confirm that I agree to the summary conditions which will be outlined fully in my award notification, and the Guidance for Students. I confirm that the information given in this form is correct and complete to the best of my knowledge. I understand that the College has the right to make an independent check of any evidence produced and such action as is deemed appropriate in the event of any information I have given proven to be incorrect or false.

    • Please check that you have answered each section fully. Incomplete forms cannot be processed.

    • Privacy Notice – How we use your personal information Why do we collect personal information? Education Partnership North East (EPNE) collects and processes personal data relating to its students to effectively manage learning and to meet its statutory obligations as an FE College. EPNE is committed to being transparent about how and why it collects and uses that data and to meeting its General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) obligations. Education Partnership North East (EPNE) consists of: - Sunderland College, Hartlepool Sixth Form and Northumberland College. What personal information does the organisation collect and how long will it be kept for? EPNE collects personal data under GDPR Article 6c (Legal Obligation), and 6e (Public Task) in order to meet its legal obligations with the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA). All data collected and processed on behalf of ESFA will be held for as long as we are legally required to do so. Financial records are held for seven years. If your application is unsuccessful, the reasons for not being awarded will be added to your electronic learner record and the application form securely deleted. How is this collected and stored? Data is stored in a range of secure places, including the student information management systems, paper records stored in secure places and on electronic documents within a secure network. Who has access to data? Information will be shared internally, with any EPNE staff who need access to the data to provide services to students. Where EPNE engages non-statutory third parties to process personal data on its behalf, we require them to do so on the basis of written instructions, under a duty of confidentiality and are obliged to implement appropriate technical and organisational measures to ensure the security of data. This will only take place where the law allows it and the sharing is in compliance with GDPR legislation. What rights do you have? As a data subject, you have a number of rights. You can: access and obtain a copy of your data on request; require the organisation to change incorrect or incomplete data; require the organisation to delete or stop processing your data, for example where the data is no longer necessary for the stated purposes of processing; object to the processing of your data where the organisation is relying on its legitimate interests as the legal ground for processing. Further information, click here.

    Student Support Funds Policy