Applying to the Senior School is a smooth process which begins with a visit.
1. Visit us via our Virtual Tour:
The first step to joining us at the Senior School is to view our Virtual Tour. This is a great way to meet our staff and hear about what our students get up to on a day-to-day basis.
Unfortunately, due to the ongoing national lockdown, we are unable to offer personal tours or our usual Open Mornings. We would be delighted to show you the Senior School once restrictions are lifted, so please contact our Admissions Registrar, Mrs Rachael Cox for more information.
2. Optional Taster Day:
Unfortunately, Covid-19 restrictions mean that we are currently unable to offer pupils the opportunity to join us for a taster day. However, they will be offered as soon as it is deemed safe to do so.
3. Register for a place:
If you would like to proceed, you will need to register your child for a place. This can be done by completing our registration form and paying our non-refundable registration fee. For more information visit our fees page.
4. School reference request and completion of entrance assessments:
Upon receipt of registration and with your permission, a reference from your child’s current school will be requested.
In addition, students are required to complete academic assessments in order to allow us to ascertain that the School can support a child’s learning.
With the exception of Year 7, all assessments are internally set by our Heads of Departments and provide an insight into a student’s prior knowledge in the subject. For entry into Year 7 and 10, students are also required to write a Non-Verbal Reasoning Assessment.
The entrance assessments for September 2021 entry have already taken place. However, late registrations will still be accepted if spaces are available, and assessments will be administered ad hoc. If you would like to enquire about late entry, please get in touch with our Admissions Registrar Mrs Rachael Cox.
5. Accept the offer of a place:
Once assessments have been marked and a reference has been received, the student will be offered a place. Completion of the acceptance pack (which will be shared at the time of offer) and payment of a refundable deposit of £500 should be made in order to secure the place.