Hunkering in to a small community is not the right long-term attitude.
This event provides a helpful insight for those wishing to apply for a place at Whitgift.
Mr Alistair Osborne, Assistant Head - Admissions and Co-curricular and Mr Simon Beck, Registrar provide answers to the most common questions received by our Admissions Team.
The full broadcast (approximately 25 minutes) can be viewed here.
For ease we have also provided a list of key questions and topic areas below, so that you can skip directly to the areas that may be of interest to you. Simply click on the question and you will be taken to the relevant part of the video.
Applying for a place at 10+
Applying for a place at 11+
Scholarships and bursaries
The interview process
What are we looking for during an interview?
Pastoral care and wellbeing
How is transition from primary to secondary school managed?
Co-curricular at Whitgift
How do boys manage their busy days?
More about our academic curriculum
My son had never expressed an interest in acting before he arrived at Whitgift, so the entire family were shocked when he landed a role in the Junior Years Play. He loved it and I'm so grateful to his teachers for helping to support him in finding his passions.
WHITGIFT SCHOOL CURRENT PARENT (2020)
The House Drama competition, ingeniously transferred to film, provided something of that magic.
We are continuing to find ways of keeping that spirit alive in school
We have a long, tough winter ahead and we will be here for you.
Giving forward means taking a gift and making the world better for those who come after.