Choosing the right school can be a complicated, even fraught, process and it is recommended that parents visit several times, both with and without their children, to tour the School and to meet the pupils, the staff and other parents. The admissions process at Worth is designed to ensure that all the boys and girls, whether boarders or day pupils, who join the School are able to be happy, successful and secure within Worth's unique academic, pastoral and spiritual community.
Worth holds a number of Open Days each term, and parents are also welcome to visit the School privately to meet the Head Master and other staff throughout the year. Details of Open Days can be found here.
Boys and girls join Worth either at age 11+ (Year7), at 13+ (Year 9), or at 16+ (Year 12). A few places occasionally become available for boys and girls for admission at age 12+ (Year 8) or at 14+ (Year 10). The admissions processes vary according to age.
Worth has a special mix of boarders and day pupils, girls and boys. Some 60% of the girls and boys are boarders, most coming from London and the Home Counties, and others from overseas. Day boys and girls come from within an hour or so radius around Worth. (Details can be found here.)
The Admissions Office is open throughout the year and the Registrar, Mrs Lucy Garrard, will be delighted to help with all admissions enquiries by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To book an Open Day click here.
“The quality of the pupils’ academic and other achievements is excellent.” ISI Inspection 2017.
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