We aim to make our admissions process as smooth as possible for our prospective families. Our experienced Admissions Team is always happy to answer your questions, explain our entrance procedures or arrange a visit.
Children may join Mowden Hall School at any age from the term they turn three years old. They may join in the Autumn, Spring or Summer term and we are used to welcoming new children into all year groups at different times of year.
Mowden Hall School is a co-educational, non-selective School and is committed to equal treatment for all. We strive to create a diverse and inclusive learning environment so that high quality learning and teaching leads to positive experiences and outcomes for our pupils.
We would be delighted to welcome you to the School for a visit and to hear more about your child. We will arrange for you to have a tour of the School and to meet the Head, Mrs. Martin when possible. We are also offering Virtual Tours and meetings.
Following a visit to the School, registration is the first formal stage of the admissions procedure and early registration is advised. There is a £100 Registration Fee to pay at this point. Registration Forms are available from Mrs. Debbie Freeman-Griffith, Marketing and Admissions Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
During the year preceding entry, pupils registered to join the Pre-Prep and Prep School are invited to the School for a Taster Day (and overnight stay if appropriate). This not only provides an opportunity for each child to familiarise themselves with Mowden Hall School life, but also gives us the opportunity to spend time with every child to ensure we are a suitable provision before an offer of a place is made.
If your child is offered a place, an Acceptance Form must be completed and returned to indicate acceptance of the place, which is then guaranteed. A copy of the most recent school report is requested on the offer of a place. At this point, a deposit of £1000.00 is required, which is credited against your child’s final term’s fees.
If it is not possible for a child to attend a Taster Day – if living overseas for example – then we will request an English report and a Skype interview with the Head.