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FAQs

Children are assessed in different ways depending on their age.

Aged 2 to 4. Your child will meet with teachers and a small group of children of the same age to
determine age-related language and other developmental milestones. A discovery discussion between you and teachers will follow to help us get to know you and your child.

Aged 5 to 6. Your child will meet a teacher for a one-to-one assessment, which will consider
literacy, numeracy, and reasoning, as well as developmental progress and social skills. A
discovery discussion between you and teachers will follow to help us get to know you and your
child.

Aged 7 to 12. Assessments in literacy, numeracy and reasoning skills will take place. An
interview to establish their broader interests and character will follow. Further assessment of
non-academic potential and talents may be appropriate.

Aged 13 to 16. Academic assessment will take place, either through consideration of formal
Public Examination results or through assessment in numeracy, literacy, reasoning and other specific subjects as required. An interview to establish your child’s broader interests and
character will follow. Further assessment of non-academic potential and talents may also take place.

Yes, we often deal with families living in other countries.

Yes. We will use the assessment process to discover your child’s English language levels and cognitive ability. We will also take age, background, and other factors into consideration as we get to know your family. If we feel your child is ready for Rugby school, we will offer you a place.

We offer discounts for siblings and for annual payments. CLICK HERE to look at all fees your
family will be asked to pay. We also offer scholarships for Academics, Sport, Music, Drama and Art. CLICK HERE for details of this programme.

Yes. We accept enrolments throughout the year.