School Name: Highgate Junior School
Description: Co-ed, day
Age range: 7-11
Fees: £5,990 per term
Address: Cholmeley House, 3 Bishopswood Road, London , N6 4PL
Email (general enquiries and admissions) firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone (general enquiries) 020 8340 1524
Telephone (admissions) 020 8340 9193
Head Mark James – Junior School Principal
Admissions email email@example.com
New classrooms, science labs, DT and ICT rooms and a new school hall opened in 2016 make this an exceptionally well-endowed school, situated in spacious grounds near Hampstead Heath in North London. As well as excellent academic results and sporting prowess, music, drama and the creative arts play a big part here: its amphitheatre and literary garden being testament to this!
The Junior School has close links to the Senior School where nearly all children transfer to at age 11. In choosing Highgate, you’re looking at a co-ed option that can take your child through to 18.
Approximately 70 new pupils will be admitted to join an existing 30 who come from Highgate Pre-Preparatory School. It is anticipated that about 300 children will apply for entry at 7+.
Register from the end of Year 1 up until the deadline in the autumn term of the year prior to entry. The deadline for registration is in November.
Registration fee: £150
Follow this link to download an application form.
All parents considering Highgate for 7+ entry – but who have not registered – can attend the school’s open morning, which will take place in September. Children are also welcome. On the day you will have the chance to meet current pupils and teachers, tour the school and take part in some activities! The head and principal will be giving talks throughout the morning from 9.30am. It is essential to book your place and you can do this from the start of September by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and providing the following details: name of child, date of birth, current school, home address and telephone number.
If you have already registered, you will be invited separately to attend an open morning.
Entrance exams for 7 plus entry will take place in December.
Boys and girls will sit papers in English, maths and non-verbal reasoning. The tests last for approximately three hours in total. The school states that a ‘significant proportion of candidates’ will then be called back for group interview.
The 7 plus English paper comprises a written comprehension and a short creative story. For the writing task they will be given a prompt – this year for example, they were given three pictures – of a teddy, a key and a ring. The comprehension piece could be from a variety of different genres; recently, it was a story about a chicken who laid golden coins.
7+ English practice papers, ideal for Highgate 7 plus exam preparation:
7+ Maths practice papers, ideal for Highgate 7 plus exam preparation:
7+ Reasoning practice papers, ideal for Highgate 7 plus exam preparation:
7+ Reasoning Pack 1 (Non-Verbal sections)
7+ Reasoning Pack 2 (Non-Verbal sections)
7+ Reasoning Pack 3 (Non-Verbal sections)
7+ Listening practice papers, ideal for Highgate 7 plus exam preparation:
Highgate Junior School 7+ interviews will take place in January. Children will be interviewed in groups. It is not an academic interview. Children will be given a fun and stimulating task to do so the school can monitor how they collaborate with their peers, as well as testing their listening skills and to see how they problem solve. It’s all about gauging a child’s innate curiosity, their instincts, their attitude, their behaviour and their social skills.
It is expected that all pupils will progress to the Senior School. The school does not actively prepare pupils for entry to other senior schools. If a child is struggling and it is felt that he or she will not be able to cope with the academic demands of the Senior School curriculum, this will be communicated to the family in good time and appropriate support and action taken.
11+ at the Senior School.
Financial assistance is only available at the Junior School in exceptional circumstances – for example, the death of a parent after a place has been offered.
Bursaries are however available at the Senior School. It is anticipated that 10 full fee bursaries will be given per year.
All academic scholarships are honorary and do not carry with them a financial reward.
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