S. Anselm’s prides itself on nurturing, supporting and inspiring children throughout their educational journey – fostering ambition and accomplishment, building on individual strengths and ensuring that every child achieves their full potential.
Entrance to S. Anselm’s is non selective, however entrance is at the discretion of the Headteacher and from the Pre-Prep School upwards, the offer of a place is subject to an interview.
The school has a Christian ethos but welcomes children from many different ethnic groups, backgrounds and creeds.
If you would like your child to be considered for a place at S. Anselm’s, we warmly invite you to arrange to visit us first and would be delighted to meet you and give you a tour of the school.
To arrange to visit us and for admission details for all parts of the school, please contact our school office on 01629 812734 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nursery Admission Process
Our Nursery accepts children from the term in which their third birthday falls, and provides an ideal stepping stone to a S. Anselm’s education.
The minimum number of sessions a child may be registered for initially is three per week. Parents will be asked to provide the school with the child’s original birth certificate, as proof of nationality.
Pre-Prep School Admission Process
Entrance to the Pre-Prep School is from age 4. Prospective parents will be invited to meet with our Headteacher.
Once a formal offer of a place has been make, parents will be asked to provide the school with the child’s original birth certificate, as proof of nationality.
Preparatory School Admission Process
Children can join the Prep School from 7 years old. Prospective pupils and their parents will be invited to an interview with the Headteacher.
As with Nursery and Pre-Prep, parents will be required to supply an original birth certificate.
For admission details, please contact our school office on 01629 812734 or email email@example.com.
College Admission Process
Whilst entrance to S. Anselm’s College is officially from Year 9 (age 13) onwards, we are pleased to accept children from Year 7 (age 11).
Prospective College pupils will be invited to an interview with the Head of College and the Headteacher. If a scholarship is being considered, references will be taken up from the pupil’s current school.
For admission details, please contact our school office on 01629 812734 or email firstname.lastname@example.org..
Further details are available in our Admissions Policy.