Financial Support


Financial support applications for students who are starting or continuing at Wyke in September 2020 are now open. If you are a current student already in receipt of financial support, you will need to reapply. For applications which were received before 31st July, we guarantee the financial support will be in place for the first day of term. We still welcome applications from 31st July onwards, and will do all we can to have everything in place for the first day, but there may be a slight delay from when you start.   

Please download and complete the 2020-2021 Financial Support Application Form.

If you are a current student who is eligible for free school meals and are not already receiving this, please complete the 19/20 Financial Support Application Form.

Applications and evidence should be emailed to The application form should be completed electronically and attached to an email if possible, along with scans / photographs of evidence. If you are unable to send an electronic application, please send an email to  and we will advise on alternative options. 

For full information about eligibility and the evidence that is needed please download the latest information for 2020-21. 


College is free for learners who have been resident in the UK or European Union for the last 3 years and are aged 16,17 or 18 on 31 August in the calendar year when a programme of study commences. Such learners do not have to pay tuition fees if they become 19 during the course of that programme. From September 2007 students aged between 19 and under 25 and commencing their first full level 3 qualification (two GCE A Levels or equivalent) may be eligible for free tuition. Further details are available from the Finance Office. Any additional expenses relating to specific courses will be notified at enrolment. The College will pay all initial exam fees but students are required to pay for any retakes. However, if a student fails to attend the set exam date and has not submitted a medical note, a bill for examination fees will be sent to you.

Students should expect to supply for themselves a file, paper and writing materials for each subject and make themselves aware of any additional costs relating to specific courses, details of which will be provided before enrolment.


The Wyke Hardship Fund is a further way in which the college supports all students to be able to access their education. The Fund is made up of voluntary donations by parents and staff. The funds are used to ensure that students in financial difficulty have access to the equipment they need, are able to access events such as trips and speakers that will significantly improve their education and get help to attend activities supporting their next steps such as university open events. Following enrolment, we are asking parents to make a voluntary contribution of £20 to support this fund. Students will not be treated differently according to whether they have made any contribution in response to this request. These donations do make a big difference to some students, so they are much appreciated.


The College operates an e-payment system to pay for campus fees, trips, meals and all other College activities. This can be done online using a secure website called ParentPay which offers the freedom to make payments whenever and wherever you like, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You have a secure online account, activated using a unique set of activation codes. You will be prompted to change these and create your own secure Username and Password for future logins. If you have two or more children at the College, you can merge their accounts once logged in. Activation codes and further information will be provided at enrolment.

Wyke College operates a cashless catering system and students will register their ID card to be able to access this.