We welcome boys to Warwick Junior School between the age of 7 and 11.
The school provides a well-structured academic education for boys in addition to extensive opportunities for co-curricular activities. Music, drama and sport all play leading roles in life at Warwick Junior School.
We have information here on our website and literature which we hope will help you in your decision making process.
Our Admissions Team will also be happy to help you with any questions you may have about Warwick Junior School. You would be most welcome to attend one of our open days or events, or call us and arrange a visit to suit you.
Mrs Vicky Tomblin Admissions Registrar
Mrs Emma Hunt Admissions Officer
01926 776414 / firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope that you will decide to apply for a place for your son at Warwick School. Below are the steps required to complete the registration.
1: Please complete our online application form. At the same time the registration fee of £75 is required payable by bank transfer. A copy of your son's birth certificate should be uploaded with the application (mandatory) and his most recent school report (optional). If you have any questions with the application please contact our Admissions Team:
Warwick CV34 6PP
Tel: 01926 776414
2: We will email to confirm receipt of your documents.
3: When the offer is sent out, a deadline is given for acceptance of the place and at this stage a deposit of £500 to secure the place is required.
4: Once you have formally accepted a place we will be in touch with all the information you need in relation to your son joining Warwick Junior School, including information regarding Entrance Assessments.
The majority of boys enter the school at age 7, but entry is also possible into any year group each September, and on occasion during the school year.
Boys are assessed for entry to the school at each age group. At 7+ Warwick Preparatory School boys are assessed internally. External candidates at 7+, 8+ and 9+ sit online tests in Maths and in English (covering spelling, punctuation and grammar, together with reading comprehension); and a short, handwritten Creative Writing exercise.
The assessments take place on an ongoing basis during January 2021.