Firstly, all your Camden Private School Entrance needs are met through the links provided below.
Camden Private School Entrance Exams
London is not only the capital of the United Kingdom but also probably seen as an educational hub for UK students and students from all over the world. Many aspire to get into some of the best universities in the world from here and find that a private school education is the best way to prepare for their academic future.
Independent/private schools are spread out over London. These schools are fee paying. Private schools are run by governors and independent of many regulations that apply to state schools. The biggest of these regulations that they are independent of is the National Curriculum.
Private Prep Schools
Prep (Preparatory) schools are those that cater for students up to the age of 13 to ‘prepare’ learners for school entrance to the public (expensive and exclusive schools for 13-18-year-olds). Alternatively, for independent secondary schools.
You can then find the Website and Admissions pages for these schools either through the below links or by going to our various pages like:
London Prep School Guide
However, as each private school manages their own admission procedures, these vary greatly. Most private schools are however academically selective and administer some kind of assessment.
For children, up to 7, a prep school would usually ‘assess’ prospective students through an interview and a taster day at the school. There are however more schools that make use of 7+ formal assessments.
Private Secondary Schools
These schools cater for children between 11 / 13 to 16 and often has a Sixth Form within the school for children 16-18. Many of these private schools are members of the Independent Schools Council (ISC). This is a non-profit organisation representing about 80% independent schools in the UK (in 2011).
Independent schools that belong to the ISC are inspected by the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) according to a framework agreed upon between the various assessment bodies including the DfE and Ofsted.
The best way to search for school options is to have a look at the schools in your borough and work from there. You can then find the Website and Admissions pages for these schools either through the below links or by going to our various pages like:
Private Secondary School Websites (London)
Admission to Private Secondary School Websites (London)
As each private school manages their own admission procedures, these vary greatly. Most private schools are however academically selective and even those that don’t, require an interview to see whether your child would fit into their particular school environment.
For academically selective schools various forms of assessment can be used either at 11+ or 13+. These may include Maths, English, Verbal Reasoning, Non-verbal Reasoning and exams on various other subjects. The best would be to check the Admissions page of your preferred schools.
There are 32 boroughs in the 33 local authority districts in Greater London. The 33rd is the City of London, not technically a borough. These 32 boroughs are as follow:
- Let’s start with the City of London (not a London borough, but local authority district).
- Moving on to Westminster.
- Third is Kensington and Chelsea.
- Then Hammersmith and Fulham.
- Fifth is Wandsworth.
- Sixth is Lambeth.
- Seventh is Southwark.
- Next is Tower Hamlets.
- Moving on to Hackney.
- After which is Islington.
- Then, Camden.
- Also, Brent.
- Next we have Ealing.
- Moving on to Hounslow.
- After which is Richmond upon Thames.
- Also, Kingston upon Thames.
- And Merton.
- Next is Sutton.
- Barking and Dagenham
- Waltham Forest
Camden Private Schools Entrance
CATS College London
Devonshire House Preparatory School
Fine Arts College
Hereward House School
Lyndhurst House School
Mulberry House School
Naima Jewish Prep School
Sarum Hall School
South Hampstead High School GDST
St Anthony’s; and St Christopher’s School; next St Margaret’s School, Hampstead; and then St Mary’s School Hampstead
The Cavendish School; and also The Phoenix School
University College School, Hampstead and also University College School Junior Branch
Private School Entrance (by London Borough)
Firstly, Barnet / Secondly, Brent / Thirdly, / Next, City of London / Then, Croydon / Also, Ealing /And Enfield / Plus, Greenwich / Then, Hackney / Also, Hammersmith & Fulham / Plus, Hampstead / Next, Haringey / Also, Harrow / And Havering / Next, Hillingdon / Also, Hounslow / Then, Islington / Plus, Kensington & Chelsea / And Kingston-upon-Thames / Also, Lewisham / Merton / Notting Hill / Redbridge / Richmond-upon-Thames / Streatham / Southwark / Sutton / Wandsworth / Westminster / Wimbledon