Our main points of entry are 11+, 13+ or 16+. However we do have a small number of places for girls wishing to join us at 12+ and 14+.
The first step of the admissions process is to make an initial enquiry. We would request the candidate’s latest school report and a copy of their passport at this point. After the Admissions Team has received the candidate’s school report(s) and confirmed that the school would like to progress the application, you will be asked to register the candidate using our online registration form. We require registration by early September before the year of entry.
The next step is for candidates to sit our entrance assessments which take place between September and November before the year of entry, at a local British Council office or the office of a trusted Educational Agent. Interviews with candidates will be conducted either in person or via Skype/Teams/Zoom after the assessments. Offers are based on performance at assessment and interview, school reports and a reference from the candidate’s current head teacher.
- 11+ to 14+ entry
All candidates will sit written assessments in Maths and International English.
- 16+ entry
All candidates will sit assessments in International English and two other subject papers, preferably subjects they intend on studying for A level. Please choose from the following list of subjects:
- Latin and Greek (one paper covering both – students can choose to do one or both sections)
- Religious Studies
For a full list of subjects available to study at A level please see our Sixth Form booklet.
For candidates who have missed the Autumn Assessments, places may still be available. Please contact our Registrar, Shirley Coppard, on firstname.lastname@example.org, to discuss this further as parents should not be discouraged from applying at any stage.
As a Trusted Sponsor with UK Visas & Immigration (UKVI), the School will sponsor and guide all students who require a Student visa through the process.
If English is not a student’s first language, they will be required to attend International English lessons. The International English department will continuously assess students to confirm their standard of English remains appropriate for this course of study.