Registration & Entry

The main entry to the School is into Reception in the September following a boy’s fourth birthday.

Registration may be made at any age, with the eventual offer of a place being based on an assessment and interview in the November preceding the September entry date. The assessment is to gauge a boy’s potential to follow the School’s curriculum. Candidates for entry should be of sufficient ability to be able to progress comfortably at an appropriate pace, and to benefit from the whole educational experience offered by the School.

There are a limited number of places available at seven-plus. Occasional vacancies may occur in other year groups and are subject to the appropriate entry selection requirements. In the case of the seven-plus intake, the assessment normally takes place in the January preceding the September entry date. Offers of places are made subject to the understanding that boys remain until the normal leaving age of thirteen-plus, when they take the Common Entrance, Scholarship, or other entrance exams for their next School.

There is a non-returnable Registration Fee of £100. On acceptance of a place, parents become liable for the first term’s fees and a deposit is payable. The deposit is set against the fees of a boy’s last term.

All personal information relating to you and your child is used in accordance with the School Privacy Notice.  If you have any questions as to why it is needed, please check the Privacy Notice which can be found on this website or ask the Admissions office.

Please complete the Registration Form and return with the Registration Fee paid.

Please see the School’s Admissions Policy for further details.

   Please see the School's Privacy Notice

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Fundraising for the NSPCC

Many of our boys have spent the last month working hard to raise money for the NSPCC by taking part in a sponsored skipping challenge and we are very happy to announce that these efforts have raised an amazing £3,213!  Well done and thank you to all who have been involved.  For more information and photos please check out our Twitter feed! 

Feb 15th, 2019

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