The Anne Wingate Paterson Scholarship

Key Facts

Fee status

England, Wales, NI, Republic of Ireland, European Union, International, Scotland

Level

Postgraduate (taught), Postgraduate (research)

Deadline

11 Jun 2021

Number of awards

Value of awards

£5,000

Your country/region

All nationalities

The scholarship fund has been established  since 2018 from a generous legacy left to AoCPP by Anne Wingate Paterson who died in 2016. Anne was a dedicated member of AoCPP and left provision in her will to support an annual award for the study and prevention of child abuse and neglect. 

Background information

The scholarship fund has been established  since 2018 from a generous legacy left to AoCPP by Anne Wingate Paterson who died in 2016. Anne was a dedicated member of AoCPP and left provision in her will to support an annual award for the study and prevention of child abuse and neglect. 

The fund details have been developed with the help and support of Anne’s surviving family, and we are grateful to them. Read more about Anne and the life she dedicated to protecting vulnerable children below. 

The scholarship fund has been established to promote the study of child welfare and protection. It provides individuals with the opportunity to pursue postgraduate study at a UK Higher Education Institute in the field of child abuse and/or neglect (CAN). Proposed studies must address one or more of the following:

  • identification of CAN
  • research to have an impact of CAN in Scotland
  • effective responses to CAN
  • prevention of CAN

Eligibility and availability

Awards will be made to individuals with a place on a postgraduate programme at a UK higher education institution and will be up to a value of £5,000. The awards are provided to fund the payment of course fees.

Full details and application form are available on the Association of Child Protection Professionals website.

How do I apply?

Full details and application form are available on the Association of Child Protection Professionals website.