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Boys who do well at St Paul’s and Colet Court are talented, possess intellectual curiosity, have interests outside the classroom, can excel by themselves or as part of a team and have energy and zest.
Entry to Colet Court Aged 7
St Paul’s Preparatory School – Colet Court, is a selective school with a dynamic, varied and enriching curriculum. Boys may be registered for Colet Court, from the age of four. We admit thirty-six boys at the 7+ entry point from a wide range of state and independent schools in and around London.
Entry to Colet Court aged 8
The First Year is regarded as a period of settling in and adjusting to life in a large, fast moving prep school. The timetable allows the boys to spend most of their time in their own form room, ensuring a sense of routine and stability.
Boys may be registered for Colet Court from their fourth birthday. For entry at 8+, a boy’s eighth birthday must fall on or before 31 August in his year of entry.
Entry to Colet Court aged 11
St Paul’s Preparatory School – Colet Court, is a selective school with a dynamic, varied and enriching curriculum. Boys at maintained primary schools may apply when they are in Year 5 and/or Year 6 to join Colet Court at 11+. Boys coming from Independent schools should apply in Year 6. We admit twenty boys at the 11+ entry point.
Entry to St Paul's aged 13
Entry to St Paul's School is selective. Our admissions process is designed to identify boys who have a curiosity and flair for learning and who have interests beyond the curriculum. We look at each boy's potential, ensuring he will feel confident and happy in our exciting and fast paced environment.
Approximately 176 boys will join St Paul’s School in Year 9, half of whom will have joined from our preparatory School - Colet Court.
The next available year for 13+ entry is 2019, which is for boys born between 1 September 2005 and 31 August 2006.
Entry to St Paul's aged 16
Every year approximately 20 boys join St Paul’s School in Year 12. The application process opens in June when boys are in Year 10 and the selection process takes place in the Autumn Term when boys are in Year 11.