About the Bursary Fund
Belfast Boys' Model School has a great history of pupil success, seen in many walks of life, from its time on both the Cliftonville Road and in more recent years, on the Ballysillan site. A group of former pupils have decided to give something tangible back to the present school and pupils in appreciation and also in honour of E W “Ernie” Davis, the legendary teacher who led the school to win the 1971 Rugby Schools Cup Final.
They have set up a fund offering bursaries of up to £3,000 for a small number of boys going on to university to help them fulfil their potential. As the bursary fund grows, consideration will be given to extending the fund to other groups.
An Open Afternoon is being held on May 12th from 4.00pm - 7.00pm. This will be an opportunity to meet up with old friends, share refreshments and see around the school. Looking forward to seeing you all here.
How you can help
If you would like to help send a Boys’ Model pupil to university, all you have to do is get in touch and we’ll set you up a direct debit so you can make easy monthly payments to the fund. If you would prefer to make a one off donation we can also arrange that.