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13+

BOARDING PLACES
Pupils are interviewed in the spring term (January to March) of the applicant’s Year 7. Prior to the interview we will ask the candidates' current schools for comprehensive reports, which will cover most of our academic questions, and the most recent verbal reasoning test (VRT) score. If the school does not provide a VRT score a test will be scheduled on the same day as the interviews. Interviews, of a general nature, will be conducted by the relevant Housemaster or Housemistress (Hm) and we shall ask each candidate to complete a short interview questionnaire prior to the interview. We shall also ask candidates to bring along their most recent exercise books in Mathematics and English and the piece of work that they are most proud of completing during Year 7 which will form the basis for the 20 to 30 minute discussion with a senior member of staff in order to help assess academic suitability.

Following the assessment conditional places are offered in Houses, subject to applicants passing either the Common Entrance Examination with an average mark of at least 55 per cent, the School's own entrance tests in English and Mathematics (for those whose schools do not prepare them for Common Entrance) or meeting the School's entrance requirements in the Scholarship examination. Before the interviews take place, parents are asked to pay the Entrance Fee.

We will temporarily close our lists for new applications between mid-November and April of Year 7 in order to allow us to carry out this assessment process. From April of Year 7 we will be happy to consider later applications by means of a Waiting List Registration for places that may become available.
 

13+ ENTRY TO BOARDING HOUSES IN 2018

Waiting list Registration form

13+ ENTRY TO BOARDING HOUSES IN 2019

Registration before October 2017

Interviews in January and February 2018

DAY PLACES

At Rugby, being a day pupil is practically boarding.

Speak to any of our day house pupils and they will tell you that day pupils at Rugby enjoy the best of both worlds. The only difference from boarding, is that day pupils go home to sleep - every other aspect of care, co-curricular and academic provision is just the same.

It's that incredible experience that has seen more and more children keen to become a day pupil here, and to satisfy the demand, we are delighted to be expanding both our day boys' and girls' houses from 2018-19.

Entry to the day houses is decided on academic merit at 11+, in June of Year 6. The assessment includes a general interview with the Housemaster or mistress, with a second interview focused on academic suitability. Current schools will also be asked for a full academic report including a verbal reasoning score or equivalent.

If successful, a place in Town or Southfield is offered shortly afterwards on the understanding that candidates must then pass the Common Entrance Examination with an average mark of at least 55 per cent. Children from schools do not prepare them for Common Entrance will sit our own entrance tests in English and Mathematics or will meet our entrance requirements in the Scholarship examinations.

We are happy to consider later applications by means of a Waiting List Registration for places that may become available.

13+ ENTRY TO TOWN HOUSE & SOUTHFIELD IN 2020

Assessment Dates: 1 February or 3 February 2018

Closing Date for Applications:

Friday 5 January 2018