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Joining Year 7

Joining Year 7

Admission to our Senior School is at 11 years old, into Year 7. Entry to the Senior School is academically selective; assessments are taken in Year 6 for entrance the following September.

11+ 2025 - Year 7 Entry in September 2025

We will be following a similar process for 2025 entry as previous years.  Please see the Senior Admissions Guide 2024 to give you an idea of key dates for entry and for details on the 11+ process. We are currently updating this for 2025 and will post the update here shortly.

Please click below to log into your parent account, or to create an account on our admissions platform.  You will then be kept abreast of information relating to future application opportunities.

Wimbledon High School - Admissions enquiry and application platform

Our typical cohort size is around 104, in four forms, with some variation year-on-year. Every five years, we have capacity in school to accept a larger cohort, taking it through from Year 7 to sixth form. We have recruited five forms for September 2024 entry, so will be reverting to four forms for September 2025.

Our Senior Admissions Guide 2025 details our admissions process and timelines for September 2025 entry: 

Senior Admissions Guide 2025



Key dates 11+ 

Admissions ActivityKey Date
Applications Open25 April 2024
Application Deadline18 October 2024 (12 noon)
Verbal & Non-Verbal Assessments (First stage, for all candidates)12 and 13 November 2024 (date and time will be assigned)
First stage resultsEarly December 2024
Creative Assessment (Second stage, by invitation)10 January 2025
Scholarship Auditions and Trials (by invitation)By mid-January 2025
Offers madeBy February half term 2025
School tours and taster events for offer holdersw/c 24 February 2025
Acceptance of Offer DeadlineEarly March 2025 - date to be confirmed

For September 2025 entry, we will be testing Verbal and Non-Verbal Reasoning as our first stage. Tests will be taken in person at Wimbledon High School

The well-being of pupils is a key concern for us. We know that schools have fared differently during Covid and that learning has often been disrupted. We also know that our tests can be prepared for at home, without input necessary from a candidate's current school; pupils do not have to had endless practice in them. The results of the tests allow us to make fair, evidence-based decisions as to who will progress through to our second stage.

For more information about our curriculum and wider school life, see our Senior School section of this website.

Preparing for the Verbal And Non Verbal Reasoning papers 

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