Thank you for your interest in Sedbergh School. Families are warmly welcomed to visit to see at first hand all that is offered for their child/ren.
To find out more, or to arrange a visit, please don’t hesitate to contact us:
- For British families (living in the UK or abroad): Mrs Amanda Ferguson, Senior Registrar, +44 (0) 1524 279 211 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- For International families: Ms Christine Ritchie, Overseas Registrar, +44 (0) 1524 279 209 or email@example.com
- Or you may complete the Admissions Enquiry Form below.
Visit Sedbergh: families may wish to bring their child/ren on the first visit, or may prefer to pay an initial visit alone, then return for a second visit with them; both options are warmly welcomed.
Register Your Child/ren: to formalise an application please Register your child/ren. Registration Forms are available from the Registrars; the Registration Fee is £125.00 (non refundable). It is recommended that children are Registered at least 18 months prior to their start date. A copy of your child/ren’s most recent School Report is required alongside the Registration Form.
Sedbergh asks that applicants demonstrate that they will be able to access the curriculum and that the School will be able to support academic progress. Sedbergh also asks that pupils arrive with a willingness to participate in both academic and extra-curricular activities, the day to day life of the School, and with the desire to make a positive contribution.
- All applicants will be interviewed by the Headmaster or a member of the Senior Leadership team, and will take an aptitude test.
- Those applying for entry to Year 9 will either take the ISEB Common Entrance exams, or Sedbergh’s papers in maths and English/English as an additional Language.
- Those applying to 6th Form will complete an Essay paper and must submit GCSE predicted results and, when available, mock exam results.
Sedbergh will, with parental permission, contact the applicant’s current School for a reference from their current Head Teacher.
Boarding Taster: all applicants are encouraged to come for a ‘boarding taster’ for up to 48 hours as part of the application and/or familiarisation process. For applicants to Year 9 this is best undertaken during Year 8. Please do contact the Registrar to discuss this further.
- A Year 9 Open Day will be held each year in May. Dates will be advertised once confirmed.
- A Year 12 Open Day will be held each year in September - next on Sat 21st Sept 2019 (registration will open in due course)
Sedbergh offers the opportunity to be assessed for a Scholarship Award for entry to Year 9 and to Sixth Form.
Scholarship assessments are held in Academics, Art, Design & Technology, Drama, Music and Sport (main sports assessed are rugby, hockey, netball, and athletics; secondary sports assessed are tennis, target shooting, and swimming).
A Scholarship Award is recognition of outstanding excellence in a particular field or fields. Awards are made at the gift of the Headmaster. Sedbergh commits to developing the talents of all Scholars to their fullest. Scholars are expected to continue their commitment to this development and to be role models to others in the School.
To find out more please contact Mrs Amanda Ferguson on +44 (0) 1524 729 211 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sedbergh School welcomes bursary applications from families who might, under ordinary circumstances, not consider Sedbergh School for their child for financial reasons.
Having already contacted the Registrar, and Registered your child’s application to Sedbergh, you should contact the Bursary (Mr Tony Roberts, Deputy Bursar (Compliance), on +44 (0) 1539 620 303) for guidance on making an application.
Sedbergh School is committed to widening access by enabling children, who would not otherwise be able, to join the School, and to allow children to remain in the event of an unforeseen change in a family’s financial circumstances. However, Bursarial funds are limited and therefore distributed as beneficially as possible based on a wide range of criteria, not just financial.
All applications are treated in the strictest of confidence, means tested, and will be considered against any entitled concessions, current or pending awards or scholarships which may be combined into one level of support. A personal or online application interview or home visit may be required.
|Old Sedberghian||10%||Either a Parent or Grandparent would qualify|
|1st Sibling||5%||When a 2nd sibling Registers, Accepts and pays the required deposit for a place in either the Prep or Senior School, then the first sibling will enjoy 5% gross fee reduction. All sibling concessions are non-concurrent.|
|HM Services||10%||Any parent who is a serving member of HMS|
For parents of children who will be joining Sedbergh, please click HERE to reach New Starter Information, The Parent Handbook and Admissions Forms including:
- Pupil Arrival Dates and Times for September 2019
- Sedbergh School Terms and Conditions
- The Parent Handbook which includes information about
- Contact details for the School and Boarding Houses
- Requirements for Laptops
- Sedbergh School Digital Media
- And more
- Medical Information
- New Pupil Admissions Forms
- For all new pupils
- For new pupils resident outside the UK
- Information about Insurance
- The Direct Debit Mandate
Information about the School Shop, Brown of Sedbergh, and the Uniform Guide and Lists can be found by clicking HERE
Find out more about the Old Sedberghian Club
Find out about the Sedbergh School Foundation
Meet the Admissions Team
Admissions Enquiry Form
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