A limited number of places may become available for 14+ entry each year.
Candidates must be under 15 years of age on September 1st of the year of entry. Please use the table below to check the correct year of entry based on the pupil’s date of birth.
|Pupil’s Date of Birth||Year of Entry to King’s|
|1st September 2007 – 31st August 2008||2022 Year 10 Entry|
|1st September 2008 – 31st August 2009||2023 Year 10 Entry|
|1st September 2009 – 31st August 2010||2024 Year 10 Entry|
|1st September 2010 – 31st August 2011||2025 Year 10 Entry|
|1st September 2011 – 31st August 2012||2026 Year 10 Entry|
Visiting the School
Prospective parents are strongly encouraged to visit the School where they will meet the Registrar and experience a tour with a current pupil.
Please contact the Admissions Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Days are held on a Saturday morning in each of the three terms.
The first step in the admissions process is to Register via the link on the main Admissions page and submit the online Registration Form along with a non-returnable registration fee of £200.
UKiset results are not required to register.
Examination and offer of a place
Examinations can be taken either at The King’s School or, if overseas, at the nearest British Council Office.
The total length of the exam is 3 hours, allowing for short breaks between each section.
The examinations will be online tests and will include:
- Part 1 (Spatial) 30 minutes
- Part 2 (Verbal) 40 minutes
- Part 3 (Numerical) 40 minutes
- Part 4 (an English written paper consisting of a comprehension exercise and a creative writing task) 40 minutes
Examinations are accompanied by an interview with the Registrar, either at King’s or by Skype.
Alongside the results of these tests, individual character and circumstance together with the ability to contribute widely to the extensive range of co-curricular activities are also taken into consideration.
Offer of a place and House allocation
The offer of a place will be dependent on satisfactory performance in the King’s entrance examination and interview.
Allocation to a House will be largely dependent on existing vacancies within the year group.
Confirmation of a place
A place is confirmed through the payment of a deposit.