The object of the Margaret Bryce Smith School Scholarships is to further the education of pupils attending any secondary school in the City of Liverpool by the award of prizes.

In 1908, James Smith a local Wine Merchant bequeathed a sum of money in memory of his late mother, Margaret Bryce Smith to make annual awards of scholarships to Liverpool secondary school children. The awards to be known as The Margaret Bryce Smith School Scholarships in her honour.

How to ApplyHOW TO APPLY

The trustees have agreed a policy relating to making distributions in accordance with the objects of the Charity.

At the commencement of each academic year, The Trustees allocate a grant to every school in the City of Liverpool who have secondary aged pupils on their roll. Since 2003 this grant has been based on pupil numbers and awards must be made at the discretion of the Headteacher. No applications can be made direct by individual pupils.

Awards made AWARDS MADE

In the year ending 31st March 2020, applications for awards were invited from all eligible secondary schools with the amount of any award to the schools being based on pupil numbers.