Junior School

Group tours will start again during our summer term. Open Mornings for Pre-Prep and Prep are on 1 Oct.

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Senior School

Open Mornings 21 Sept, 1 Oct & 11 Oct. Taster Event for current Year 5 pupils 23 May

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Junior School

  • Does JAGS take overseas candidates? 

    We welcome applications from overseas; however, please note that we do not sponsor incoming pupils for student visas and can only accept applications on behalf of candidates who are relocating with their families to the UK. Whilst we would hope that candidates applying from Europe would travel to London for their entrance examination, candidates applying from further afield are welcome to sit their papers at their current school as long as their Head is content for the school to oversee the entrance examination. This is a conversation for the candidate’s family to have with their daughter’s school prior to making an application to JAGS.

    Please note, references are sought from an applicant’s current school on application.

    Enquiries about overseas applications should be addressed to the Junior School Registrar.

  • If an applicant has special needs, how will this be accommodated?

    We work in partnership with families to provide the appropriate support for all our students. Please ensure that you notify us in advance if your daughter has any special educational needs, learning difficulties, disabilities or circumstances which require us to make reasonable adjustments to our assessments, or which might affect your child’s performance in the assessment, so that special consideration can be given. If you are applying for extra time for the 7+ assessment, please submit a recent educational psychologist’s report, no older than three years, at the time of registration.

  • Does the school operate a reserve list?

    Our Junior School is oversubscribed, and we are not always able to offer places to all the children who have performed well in our assessments and who we feel have potential to thrive at our school. For these applicants we operate a reserve list in case we can offer a place after the deadline for acceptances has passed. We do not provide information regarding the number of applicants or the position of any applicant on the reserve list.

Senior School

  • Does JAGS take overseas candidates? 

    We welcome applications from overseas; however, please note that we do not sponsor incoming pupils for student visas and can only accept applications on behalf of candidates who are relocating with their families to the UK. Whilst we would hope that candidates applying from Europe would travel to London for their entrance examination, candidates applying from further afield are welcome to sit their papers at their current school as long as their Head is content for the school to oversee the entrance examination. This is a conversation for the candidate’s family to have with their daughter’s school prior to making an application to JAGS. Please note, references are sought from an applicant’s current school on application.

    Enquiries about overseas applications should be addressed to the Assistant Registrar, Buffy Handslip or call +44 (0)20 8613 6336.

  • If an applicant has special needs, how will this be accommodated?

    We work in partnership with families to provide the appropriate support for all our students. The school must be notified in advance of any learning difficulties, disabilities or circumstances which might affect a candidate’s performance in the examination so that special consideration can be given. If you are applying for extra time please submit an educational psychologist’s report, no older than three years, at the time of registration, and tick the relevant box on the registration form.

Sixth Form

  • Does JAGS take overseas candidates? 

    We welcome applications from overseas; however, please note that we do not sponsor incoming pupils for student visas and can only accept applications on behalf of candidates who are relocating with their families to the UK. Whilst we would hope that candidates applying from Europe would travel to London for their entrance examination, candidates applying from further afield are welcome to sit their papers at their current school as long as their Head is content for the school to oversee the entrance examination. This is a conversation for the candidate’s family to have with their daughter’s school prior to making an application to JAGS. Please note, references are sought from an applicant’s current school on application.

    Enquiries about overseas applications should be addressed to the Assistant Registrar, Buffy Handslip or call +44 (0)20 8613 6336.

  • If an applicant has special needs, how will this be accommodated?

    We work in partnership with families to provide the appropriate support for all our students. The school must be notified in advance of any learning difficulties, disabilities or circumstances which might affect a candidate’s performance in the examination so that special consideration can be given. If you are applying for extra time please submit an educational psychologist’s report, no older than three years, at the time of registration, and tick the relevant box on the registration form.

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