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About Admissions & How to Apply

We recognise that choosing the right school for your child is an important and often difficult decision.

There are a number of factors involved in this process and parents may use their own experience as a starting point. Making the right choice should ultimately, result in a happy, fulfilled and contented child.

Our job is to help guide you on the journey to joining The Grange School, answering all of your questions and ensuring that we provide you with the best possible information.

How to Apply

The first thing to do is simply enquire or complete our online application form. Please see below for more information on entry requirements and the process.

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Or simply enter your child's date of birth below to find out what steps you need to take to join The Grange School.

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Entry to The Grange School

Admission to The Grange School normally takes place at age 4 to the Junior School, at age 11 to the Senior School and at age 16 to the Sixth Form. We do, however, accept admissions for children at other ages, at any time of year.

Entrance Assessments

  • Reception Entrance Assessment – Saturday 26th January 2019
  • Senior School (11+) Entrance Assessment – Saturday 2nd February 2019
  • If not joining at Reception or Year 7, our Admissions Team will arrange a suitable time for an assessment to take place

Sixth Form Entry

GCSE results are always taken into account as well as taking part in a Sixth Form Insight taster day. Prospective students are invited into school for the day for interviews with the Head and Senior staff members as well as Heads of Department of their chosen A Level subjects. Students will have the opportunity to discuss enrichment and career opportunities as well as spend time with current Sixth Formers.

The entry requirements for Sixth Form are:

  • Grade 7 or above in subjects to be studied at A-level (or in a closely-related subject when GCSE not available) and;
  • Grade 6 or above in all other GCSE subjects (or a very high Grade 5). Most students will have taken at least 9 GCSEs.