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Education with
Heart & Soul

Catholic - Co-educational - Boarding & Day

With every individual valued and every achievement recognised, worth feels like one big family.

Tatler Schools Guide

A distinctive focus on the individual.

ISI Inspection Report

This school has everything going for it.

Good Schools Guide

  • Sixth Form film

    Sixth Form

  • Worth School Weekends

    Worth on film

    Set in 500 acres of beautiful countryside, Worth is “an oasis of peace and calm” but at the same time academically ambitious; a vibrant community where fun accompanies hard work, where shared values shape who we are.

    Would you like to see for yourself? Find out more about Sixth Form life at Worth and about Juniors by watching these two films, or click here for more films about life at the School.

  • Worth Juniors Film

    Worth Juniors

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Discovering Worth

Visit, View, Tour

Visitors are warmly welcomed at Worth and parents are encouraged to visit several times, both with and without their children.

Worth does not hold group open days; each child and family are unique, and are met individually. A private visit enables parents to have bespoke tours of the school campus, and meetings with pupils and teaching staff.

Meet the Head Master evenings are also held virtually throughout the school year, and parents living overseas and unable to come on a private visit are encouraged to join an individual Virtual Tour.

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Joining Worth

Apply, Join, Succeed

The Worth application process is uniquely personal, designed to ensure that parents make as informed a decision as possible.

Boys and girls join Worth either at ages 11+ (Year 7), at 13+ (Year 9) or at 16+ (Year 12). Worth also admits a small number of pupils at age 15+ (Year 11) into a one-year IGCSE/Pre-IB course.

A few places occasionally become available for boys and girls for admission at age 12+ (Year 8) or at 14+ (Year 10). Late applicants should contact the Admissions department directly.