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Worth School

A uniquely personal application process.

The Worth application process is uniquely personal, designed to ensure that both parents and School are able to get to know each other, and to 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, and 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.

Age 11+ (Year 7) September 2025

Registered candidates are invited to attend a Junior Assessment Day at Worth in Spring 2024, six months prior to the year of entry.

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Age 13+ (Year 9) September 2026 or 2027

Admission at 13+, after visits and registrations, is via Worth’s own assessment tests and interviews held at the School in the Lent Term of Year 6 or occasionally in Year 7 for late entries. Admission for overseas candidates is via Worth’s tests and interviews held in their own countries.

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Age 15+ (Year 11) September 2025

Worth has a select intake at 15+ for a one-year IGCSE/Pre-IB course.

Registered candidates will be invited for an interview, either virtually or at Worth, and reports, references and predicted examination grades will be requested. Candidates will also be required to sit Worth’s own online assessment tests.

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Age 16+ (Year 12) September 2025

Worth has a significant intake at 16+ for either the International Baccalaureate Diploma programme or A Levels, including BTECs.

Registered candidates will be invited for an interview in the Autumn and reports, references and predicted examination grades will be requested. Candidates will be required to sit Worth's own online assessments tests and may also be required to submit assessed examples of academic work.

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We visited many schools and Worth was by far the best in terms of genuine kindness. Your daughter won’t be left out. It’s very inclusive and the staff are really caring and approachable. Posted on Mumsnet

How to Apply
How to Apply
How to Apply