Our main point of entry is into the Nursery class at 3+, in the September following your daughter’s third birthday. Occasional places occur higher up the school from time to time.
The admissions process begins upon registration; we recommend you register your daughter at least two years prior to intended date of entry. A registration form should be completed and returned to the School with a non-refundable registration fee of £100.
Registered parents are invited to visit us and have a personal meeting with the Headmistress. These meetings occur during the school day between October and March, two years before entry, and include a tour of the school. After this visit, prospective parents are asked to write confirming their continued interest in a place for their daughter.
We are currently accepting registrations for September 2020 admittance onwards.
September 2019 admissions are now closed. If you would like to discuss a waiting list place please contact email@example.com.
Girls entering the school at the age of three are not assessed. From Year 1, girls are tested in mathematics and English. Reports from previous schools are requested.
The school has a policy of accepting siblings. Older siblings will be offered a place should a vacancy arise.
Offering of places
Places are offered 15 months before entry. Due to a high level of demand, it is not possible to defer places or acceptance.
Upon acceptance, an enrolment deposit of one term’s full fee is payable, in two stages: £500 is due on acceptance of the offer of a place with the balance is due seven months before entry. The deposit is refunded with the pupil’s final account.
2017/2018 Termly Fees are as follows:
Nursery – £4,450
Reception to Year 6 – £4,820
Sarum Hall School currently subscribes to the Free Early Education Scheme for 3 and 4 year olds through the London Borough of Camden. If your child qualifies for the scheme, fees will be:
Nursery – £3,423.70
Reception – £3,793.70
“Why did we choose Sarum Hall? It was highly recommended by parents whose opinions I value, excellent purpose built facilities, the feeling of the school: a happy, industrious, well-run and organised place.”
Sarum Hall parent