Worth School is an independent co-educational boarding and day school near Worth, West Sussex. Founded in 1617, Worth is one of three prominent Benedictine independent boarding schools in the UK.
In Year 7, the curriculum comprises art, drama, design & technology, English, French, Spanish, geography, history, ICT, Latin, mathematics, music, physical education, religious studies and science.
The co-curricular programme covers a number of Clubs and Societies, such as the Astronomy Club, Biology Society, Book Club, Chess Club, History Society, Japanese Club, Science Club, Mindfulness Club, Model United Nations, Photography Club and Poetry Society.
The school’s high academic standards and vibrant programme of activities help uncover and ignite each pupil’s passions and talents. Characterised by strong Christian values, Worth encourages humility and compassion, reflected particularly in the community service programme, which covers a range of opportunities to act to the benefit of those less fortunate.
Address: Paddockhurst Road Turners Hill West Sussex RH10 4SD
County: West Sussex
Admissions info: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01342 710231
School Type: Independent co-educational day and boarding school
Open day: March, September, October, November
11+ Exam Date: Spring of year of entry
11+ Exam Type / Board: CEM Select
Open Days offer families the opportunity to listen to talks from the Headmaster, pupils and senior staff, take a pupil-led tour of the campus and meet a number of the teaching staff over lunch. Booking is made via an online form.
Private visits take place during the school working day and offer a chance for an individual meeting with the Headmaster, Housemasters/Housemistresses or other senior members of staff, as well as the Registrar. To schedule a visit, please contact the Admissions Team.
Introduction Days are held in the Autumn Term. During these, your child will have the opportunity to attend classes, activities and sports, and meet other 11+ applicants.
Your child can also attend a Shadow Day, usually held in the Spring or Summer Term prior to entry, during which they can experience a typical day at Worth, shadowing a ‘buddy’ pupil.
The admissions process begins with registration, followed by an entrance examination, interviews and small group tasks. References and reports from your child’s current school will also be requested.
You will be informed of the outcome of the admission process in Spring of the year of entry. If a place is offered, your child will be invited to an Introduction Day later that year. To accept the offer, you will be expected to pay a non-refundable deposit.
Scholarships are available to students demonstrating outstanding talent and ability in the spheres of Academic Study, Art, Drama, Music or Sport. The scholarship process, which includes taking separate assessments, can begin only if your child is registered with the school.
Your child may hold one or more awards concurrently and a fee concession may be made where, during the assessment process, exceptional potential or need has been identified. The level of the fee discount can be augmented by a means-tested bursary support.
Bursaries may be awarded in the form of a discount of up to 100% of school fees, depending on your financial, compassionate or other pertinent circumstances. These are subject to annual review and may vary, subject to changes in your financial circumstances. For more details, please refer to the Admissions Office.
The Worth School 11+ entrance examination consists of:
CEM Select examines your child’s skills in Verbal Reasoning, Non-Verbal Reasoning and Numerical Reasoning.
Please see below for further details and recommendations on how to prepare for the Worth School 11+ entrance examinations.
One of the best ways to prepare your child for a competitive 11+ entrance exam is to familiarise them with the types of questions and the format of the actual exam. You can achieve this with the use of our practice tests.
Consisting of thoroughly researched and up to date questions, our practice tests will help you identify the strong and weak areas in your child’s knowledge base, and thus remove unnecessary stress from the exam preparation process.
By getting used to answering questions quickly and under time pressure, your child will gain a significant advantage over other candidates who prefer a less structured approach towards preparation for a competitive Year 7 entrance exam.
Our recommendations to help your child prepare for the Worth School 11 plus entrance examination can be found below.
Recommendations for the Worth School 11 Plus exam can be found below:
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Our practice tests aim to show what sort of questions were included in the Worth School 11+ past papers. The information provided about Worth 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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