Wellington School is a co-educational independent day and boarding school in Wellington, Somerset. Founded in 1837, the school first began admitting girls in 1972.
The Year 7 curriculum is taught in the following departments: Maths, Science, Modern Languages, English (including Individual Learning), Music, Art, Design & Technology and RS.
Wellington School fully invests in educating pupils beyond the classroom, hence it regularly organises trips to exciting destinations such as Chamonix-Mont-Blanc, Madrid, Berlin, Dubai, Barbados, the Netherlands, Rome, Florence, Tuscany, Bordeaux, Barcelona, Nice and Venice.
The school aims to provide a secure environment where children feel confident, supported and understood, whilst adopting values such as kindness, tolerance and trust. In this way, pupils easily rise to Wellington’s high expectations of them and engage in the pursuit of excellence whilst on their path towards becoming the very best they can be.
Address: Wellington School, South Street Wellington, Somerset, TA21 8NT
Admissions info: email@example.com or 01823 668803
School Type: Independent co-educational day and boarding school
Open day: May (upcoming)
11+ Exam Date: January
11+ Exam Type / Board: School’s own
The school holds Whole School Open Days twice each year, offering families an opportunity to see the school in action. The events include pupil-led tours, meeting staff and taking part in fun activities. Booking can be made via an online form.
Individual visits can also be arranged. These typically include a tour, meeting the Headmaster and other key staff, and the opportunity to book a taster day. For more information, please refer to the Admissions team.
To apply for Year 7 entry, you should register via a registration form, available on the school’s website and from the Registrar. The registration fee of £100 is non-returnable.
Once registered, your child will need to take part in some group assessments, an entrance examination and interview. The school will also request a reference and reports from your child’s current school.
Based on strong performance in the various elements of the admissions process,, you will receive a written offer of admission and a contract with the school’s Terms and Conditions enclosed. The offer should be accepted by the deadline stated in the document. You will also be expected to pay a deposit of £400, to be refunded on the settlement of the final term’s account when your child leaves the school.
At 11+, the school offers Academic, Art, Drama, Music and Sport Scholarships and Awards. They are awarded to top-performing pupils who demonstrate outstanding ability and/or potential and a capacity to make a strong contribution to life at Wellington School. The value of scholarships is typically between 10% and 20% of the fees.
Note that your child must be registered with Wellington School in order for your scholarship application to be considered. Furthermore, an appropriate application must be made before the deadline. Application forms are available on the website or from the Registrar. The selection process requires that you provide a copy of their latest school report and copies of any certificates that are relevant to the application. Scholarships and Awards are awarded on the basis of your child’s performance in the examination/assessment/interview and the supporting documentation.
If you need financial assistance with paying the fees, you can apply for a means-tested bursary. Bursaries are reviewed annually. Levels of support may vary depending on changes in your financial circumstances. For more information, please refer to the Registrar.
The Wellington School 11+ entrance examination consists of the following papers:
The English paper examines both comprehension and writing skills, including inference, spelling, vocabulary and punctuation. Marks will be awarded for good use of imagination, creativity, form, purpose, organisation, cohesion and sentence structure.
The maths exam assesses your child’s problem-solving abilities and arithmetic skills. The paper may include questions on number, measurement, geometry, algebra and statistics.
Please see below for further details and recommendations on how to prepare for the Wellington School 11+ entrance examinations.
Practice tests are an effective tool for preparation for the Wellington School 11+ exam. With the help of our practice tests, designed and formatted to match the actual exams, your child will learn to deal with various 11+ exam question types quickly and confidently.
The benefits for your child are numerous: the tests provide focused practice and familiarity with a wide variety of possibilities and examples, serving as an indicator of any weaker areas that require additional work ahead of the exam. We suggest starting early with your revision so that you have plenty of time to identify subject areas that need additional work.
The practice tests are challenging, and preparing for the 11 Plus can sometimes feel overwhelming. But once a carefully thought-out revision plan is implemented, students should find the process a lot more manageable.
Aside from getting used to answering the types of questions that may be asked on the big day, they also work on developing time-management skills, such as answering questions under pressure.
Our practice tests are used successfully every year by tens of thousands of students targeting schools with a competitive entrance exam. They are age-appropriate, reflecting the demands of the actual exam.
Our recommendations to help your child prepare for the Wellington School 11 plus entrance examination can be found below.
Recommendations for each section of the Wellington School 11 Plus exam can be found below:
We highly recommend the following packs to prepare successfully for the Wellington School 11+ English paper. They will help improve your child’s comprehension skills, such as inference, and writing skills, including spelling, vocabulary and punctuation:
We highly recommend the use of the following packs to help develop your child’s arithmetic and problem-solving skills within the examination context of the Wellington School 11+ maths test:
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Our practice tests aim to show what sort of questions were included in the Wellington School 11+ past papers. The information provided about Wellington School was believed to be correct at the time of publishing. However, please be aware of future changes. We advise you to contact the school directly if you are unsure of anything. School contact details are provided within the post.
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