Step 1: School Visit
Before submitting an application, we advise all families to come and visit our school in person. In fact we encourage you to let us teach your child for the day, by booking a Trial Day. This way you child become a full member fo the Kingsworth community and experiences a real sense of the energy and excitement that characterises a day at Kingsworth.
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Step 2: Submit an Application
Applications can be submitted throughout the year. Application forms can be downloaded from the applications page and sent to the Admissions Registra by post, email or in person. Each application form (one per child) must be accompanied by supporting documents, there is NO application fee.
The documents that are required at this stage include:
- A completed application form (one per child)
- Copy / scan of child’s passport
- Copy / scan of child's visa (if appropriate)
- Copy / scan of parents’ passports
- Copy / scan of child’s birth certificate
- Copy / scan of previous school reports for current academic year and preceding academic year
- Child’s medical certificate (letter of good health)
- 2 ID photos (jpeg if emailed)
In addition, if the applicant has any special needs or disabilities parents must notify the school at this stage and provide the school with full written details and reports as prepared by an Educational Psychologist or other appropriate specialist where available. Parents should be aware that the school reserves the right to withdraw a place from a prospective or current student when special needs or disabilities have not been disclosed. Further details regarding Special Educational Needs are provided in the admissions FAQs.
Step 3: The Decision
The application for each child (including application form and reports from previous schools) will be reviewed by the Admissions Team and a recommendation made to The Senior Leadership Team who will make the final decision as to whether an offer is to be made. Following the decision, parents are notified by the Registrar or Admissions Executive as to whether the application has been successful or not.
Step 4: Accepting a Place / Enrolment
Where an application has been successful, Letter of Acceptance will be sent together with an Acceptance of Place Form and Registration Fee invoice along with a copy of the School’s Terms and Conditions.
The Acceptance of Place Form must be signed and returned with the Registration Fee in strict accordance with the timeline set out in the Letter of Acceptance. Failure to comply by the date set out in the Letter of Acceptance may result in the offer being withdrawn and the place being offered to another applicant.
For admissions enquiries email our admissions team: email@example.com