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Admissions Process


This document guides prospective parents through the school’s application and admissions process.

  1. Stage 1 Contact is made with the school, prospective parents are sent a prospectus and invited to come and meet the Headmaster and tour the school. 
  2. Stage 2 A registration form is completed and sent to the Admissions’ Secretary with a non-refundable £50 registration fee. Parents will receive a letter from the Admissions’ Secretary acknowledging this.
  3. Stage 3 Approximately 6 months prior to starting, parents will be contacted by the Admissions’ Secretary to confirm their interest in the place offered by the school. An Acceptance Form and Parental Contract (incorporating the school’s terms and conditions) must be signed and a deposit for £500 paid.
  4. Stage 4 Once a place has been confirmed and accepted, all relevant joining information will be sent. A place may be reserved for a maximum of two terms. 
  5. Stage 5 Prior to the child starting, the Headmaster will write a letter to the child’s previous school, if applicable, to ensure that all disbursements have been met and also request a copy of his/her and reports.

Additional Information

Class sizes do not usually rise above 20, but if a class is full, parents will be advised about waiting lists and offered the opportunity to put their child on that list until a place becomes available. Siblings of children already at the school will be given priority admission from a waiting list, with all other applicants being ordered on a ‘first come, first served’ basis.

Children can be admitted at any stage throughout the school, providing spaces are available. All admissions are at the discretion of the Headmaster in accordance with the school’s admissions policy, legal requirements and signed copies of the school’s terms and conditions and parent contract.

A prospective child may have a taster day at the school at any time, in agreement and by arrangement with the Headmaster.



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