Frequently asked admissions questions
Most admissions queries should be answered below, however, if you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact the school office.

At what age can my child join the school?

The majority of pupils join us in either Year R or in Year 7.  However, if we have availability, we are happy to accept pupils into other year groups.

Will my child have to pass an examination to be accepted for a place?

We are a non selective school but do ask that all prospective pupils, other than those for year R, come for a taster day.  Prospective Year R pupils are invited to a number of events during the summer term before starting in September.

How do I apply for a place?

We highly recommend that you visit the school prior to making a formal application for a place. This might be at one of our Open Mornings, or alternatively by making an appointment to see the Headteacher.  To request a prospectus please follow the link at the bottom of this page.

Once you have visited us and met with the Headteacher, the next step is to arrange taster days. Following this, an application form must be completed and references will be then taken up before a place can be offered.

Is transport available to and from school?

We do not currently offer transport to and from school but are happy to help parents contact each other for lift shares.

Is there before and after school provision?

We currently have wrap around care provided onsite, but run independently of the school – contact details can be obtained from the school office.

Fees 2022/23
Fees per annum First child Siblings
Year 10 & 11 £8,460 £5016
Year 7 to 9 £8,136 £5016
Year 3 to 6 £5580 £5016
Year R to 2 £5136 £5016


Can I apply for help with school fees?

In certain circumstances help with fees may be offered via our assisted places scheme.  Please contact the Business Manager for further information.

Are discounts offered for siblings?

All sibling fees are discounted as shown above.

Other Costs

All students from Year R to Year 9 participate in an Activity Week during the Summer Term.  For some students this involves local day trips and on-site activities, and for other students there will be the opportunity to participate in a residential at a local activity centre. This is an invaluable experience, allowing students to develop independence as they embrace new challenges, whilst having plenty of fun!

The venues and costs vary from year to year.  Please contact the office for further information.

Examination fees are payable for all external examinations, including GCSEs.

You can view our Admissions Policy here.

Please click here to request a copy of our prospectus.

To find out more about the school, or to arrange a visit, please contact the school office.