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Applications for 2020 entry
Applications for day places are invited from mid-August 2019 from the parents of students for 10+, 11+, 13+, and Sixth Form entry in 2020.
Boarding commences in Year 9 (13+) and boarding applications are invited from the parents of students entering Year 9 (13+) and Sixth Form only.
Applications should be submitted by the following deadlines:
10+, 11+ 13+ day and 13+ boarding applicants: Friday 22 November 2019
16+ Sixth Form day and boarding applications: Friday 18 October 2019
Online applications for 2020 entry
In order to apply online it is necessary to have access to a scanner, to upload various documents such as; copies of your son’s last three school reports, a copy of his passport (and visa/residence permit if applicable), a photograph of your son and any additional relevant documentation (e.g. testimonials from sports coaches, music tutors, educational psychologist’s report, a letter from your son's current school indicating his usual way of working if seeking examination concessions etc.).
If applying for a scholarship, please note that the Whitgift Application Form and any scholarship application form(s) should be submitted at the same time. Payment of the entrance fee will also need to be made online either via PayPal or bank transfer. If paying by bank transfer it will be necessary to upload proof of payment.
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As an alternative to submitting an online application form,you may like to download and complete a hard copy of our application forms.
Pre-Test Applications for 2022
Whitgift’s Pre-Test is open to students who will be in Year 6 in the Academic Year 2019/20 looking to enter Whitgift at 13+/ Year 9 in 2022. The ISEB (Independent Schools Examinations Board) Common Pre-Test will be taken in the Autumn Term of Year 6 at the boys’ current school. Results of the Pre-test will be reviewed and boys who perform well will be invited to sit the Whitgift examinations in early January 2020. Boys who are being considered for an offer will progress to the interview stage, which will also be held in January 2020. Offer letters will be sent out in February 2020. Boys with offers would then have a place for Year 9 in 2022 on the condition they continue to make satisfactory academic progress.
Boys offered places from the Pre-Test will be eligible to apply for Scholarships and Bursaries. Examinations and assessments for scholarships take place in January 2022 when the boys are in Year 8. Applications for these must be received by the end of November 2021.
Parents/Guardians should apply for the Pre-Test from early September 2019 by contacting the Admissions Office to request an Application Form. These completed forms should be returned to the Admissions Office by 25 October 2019.
As an alternative to submitting an online application form, from 12 August you will be able to download an application form. Hard copies of the application form can be requested via email to the Admissions Department at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Whitgift Foundation pays particular regard to the Equality Act 2010 in ensuring that prospective students have equal opportunities when being considered for a place. If your son has special educational needs or a disability, please ensure that you make us aware at the point of application. Prospective students may be entitled to exam concessions and/or specific access arrangements, such as agreed additional time or the use of a laptop for entrance examinations. In these circumstances, we would ask for supporting evidence, to include any of the following:
- A Statement of Need/ Educational Health Care Plan
- An Educational Psychologist’s report (dated within the last two years)
- A consultant’s letter
Plus, a supporting letter from the prospective student’s current school stating his existing examination concessions and usual way of working.
In fairness to all students sitting the Whitgift Entrance Examinations, our Head of Learning Support follows the JCQ guidelines, when allocating exam concessions.