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A Day in the Life

Senior School Admissions

Warwick School is currently closed however the Admissions Department is working remotely and looking forward to helping you with your enquiry.

Choosing the right school for your child is clearly a very important decision, with many factors to take into consideration.

We hope the information on our website is helpful but please do not hesitate to contact the Admissions Team at  who will be happy to answer any questions you may have about Warwick School and the admissions process.

Admissions Team

Mrs Ginny Gretton

Mrs Vicky Tomblin

Mrs Emma Hunt

Director of Admissions

Admissions Registrar

Admissions Officer

Within the Senior School, the vast majority of boys join us in Year 7 or Year 12 (Lower Sixth). Entrance is at the start of the academic year and only by exception, during the school year. We do in addition have an intake for Year 9.

The Entrance Examination for 11+ and 13+ for 2021 entry will take place on Saturday 14 November 2020. Closing date for applications is 18 October 2020.
Please contact our Admissions Team on if you are interested in applying for your son to join Warwick School.

Details about Sixth Form entry can be found on this website and in our Sixth Form booklet.

Senior School Registration and Entry Process

A guide to the entry process is given below, but please do contact the Admissions Team if you have any questions.

1: If you decide you would like your son to apply to Warwick School please complete an application formDue to the school closure, we are processing applications remotely so it would be helpful if you can scan or photograph the form and return to us by email to A registration fee of £75 (payable by bank transfer), a copy of your son’s birth certificate and his most recent school report should also be sent at this time. Applications for 2021 must be received by 18 October 2020​​​​​​​.

2: Nearer to the date details about the Entrance Examination day will be sent to you.

3: After sitting the Entrance Examination all candidates are invited for a short interview. However, where performance in the entrance examination is deemed worthy of consideration for a scholarship, this will take the form of a scholarship interview and a day at school, for which a separate invite will be issued. There is no separate scholarship examination.

Candidates invited in for a scholarship or bursary interview are not required to have an assessment interview.

5: An offer of a place or a rejection is generally issued three or four weeks after the examination day, along with any offer of a scholarship or bursary.
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.

We strive to ensure a fair and consistent policy to all applicants. Details above may vary for the different age groups that apply.