Each application is assessed individually and entrance will be dependent on a range of criteria including an interview with the Head Master, academic test results and a reference from your current school.
In order to proceed with an application, all students are required to complete a Registration Form and the current fee is £100. This is non-refundable and covers the administration of the Entrance tests.
All applicants are expected to have a good grasp of the English Language. Overseas pupils may be required to undergo an IELTS examination, which can be arranged via a British Council office. Each year we accept a small number of pupils who need additional learning support. Entry for these pupils may be dependent upon an assessment by an external Educational Psychologist.
Admissions Process for entry to Worth at age 11+
Entrance tests in English, Maths and Non-Verbal Reasoning are held in January. Offers are based on test results, a report from the pupil's current school and an interview with the Head Master.
Admissions Process for entry to Worth at age 13+
Entrance tests in English, Maths and Non-Verbal reasoning are held in January. Offers are based on test results, a report from the pupil's current school and an interview with the Head Master. Common Entrance examination results will be used for setting purposes and pupils will be expected to achieve 50% as a minimum standard for entry.
Worth now offers the opportunity for Year 9 students to take part in pre-tests one year in advance. The papers are age-related and offers will be confirmed in April for the following September entry.
Admissions Process for entry to Worth at age 16+
Entrance into the Sixth Form will be dependent on the pupil's GCSE results or international equivalents, an interview with the Head Master and a satisfactory reference from their current school. The normal requirement for pupils entering the Sixth Form at Worth is six GCSE passes at grades A to C, with at least three at grade Bs or above.