Once these documents have been submitted and the application fee has been received, the Admissions Office will review the application file and invite your child to join us for a trial day, during which age-appropriate assessments will take place. The day may include written tests in English and Maths and a meeting with the Head of School. It is also an opportunity for your child to experience the life of the school for themselves. You will then be notified as to whether your child has met the admissions requirements.
- Early Years students are assessed by class observations of informal and practical activities in the classroom.
- Primary and Secondary School students undertake an English assessment in each of the four main areas of the English Language (reading, writing, speaking and listening) and in a non-language based mathematics assessment.
- Although admissions to our school is open to students of all nationalities, as the main language of instruction is English, full participation in our curriculum requires proficiency in the English Language. For students from Reception to Year 9 we offer a limited number of places on our of EAL programme.