King Edward’s School, Witley is an independent co-educational boarding and day school located in the village of Wormley (near Witley), Surrey. It was founded in 1553 by King Edward VI and Nicholas Ridley.
The school moved to its present location in 1867 and became fully co-educational in 1952.
In 2010, it joined the small number of independent schools in the UK which offer the IB Diploma Programme in place of A-Levels in the sixth form. A-Levels were re-introduced as part of the curriculum in 2015.
Noted for its Christian vision and a Tudor palace, its royal patrons include Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, who opened the Science school in 1965.
Boys and girls mix naturally regardless of their social or cultural backgrounds. All pupils follow a non-examined course in PSHE, whilst the curricular programme is designed to meet their individual choices and enable their attributes and interests that will sustain them in the future.
The core curriculum comprises English, mathematics, science, history, geography, religious education, Latin, with French and Spanish as language options.
Pupils in Lower School also attend a range of practical and creative subjects, including art, design technology, food and textiles, music, computing, drama, games and physical education.
The school’s own Pursuit of Excellence course is noted as highly successful in laying firm foundations for future study, as pupils engage further development of their research, debating and presentation skills.
The campus which occupies a location of one hundred acres offers a wide variety of co-curricular activities. The outdoor facilities are equipped with a superbly-equipped sports hall, swimming pool, dance studio, gym and fitness suite.
Creative expression and discovery are highly encouraged, involving cookery, rock climbing, pottery and printing to chess, poetry clubs, dance, theatre and drama. The school prides itself with a renowned visual and performing arts programme called Vivartis, which provides a framework for all activities in relation to arts.
Address: Godalming, Surrey GU8 5SG United Kingdom
Admissions info: [email protected] or +44 (0) 1428686735
School Type: Independent co-educational day and boarding school
Number of Students: 400 (approx.)
Open day: January, March, April, June
11+ Exam Date: January
11+ Exam Type / Board: School’s own
Prospective pupils and their families can visit the school during the Open Mornings or by making an individual visit. Both involve a meeting with the Head, or with the Director of Admissions, as well as a pupil-guided tour of the school.
Either option is arranged through the Admissions Office at [email protected] or on +44 (0)1428 686735.
Candidates who wish to enter the school in the 1st Form will sit an entrance examination at the school in January of the year of entry. Separate arrangements can be made for the children who can’t attend the January exam.
The entrance exam comprises three papers:
The candidates will also be interviewed by the Head/Senior staff.
The admission process requires a registration along with a non-returnable registration fee of £150 (made payable to King Edward’s School Witley). A report from the Head Teacher of the applicant’s current school is also required
Pupils who do well in the entrance examinations will be offered places within two weeks of the examinations. The formal date for acceptance is the first Monday in March. Early acceptance is advised (acceptances that arrive after all places have been filled will end up on the waiting list).
The English paper assesses your child’s writing and comprehension skills.
The Verbal Reasoning paper is designed to test your child’s understanding, awareness and aptitude with word-based problems, with the purpose of measuring their logical thinking, use of English language and vocabulary.
The maths paper measures your child’s problem solving and calculation skills.
Please see below for further details and recommendations on how to prepare for the King Edward’s School 11+ entrance examinations.
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