Entry at 16 +

Entry at 16 +

Registration

Applications to enter the Sixth Form are welcome from both girls and boys, looking for day and boarding places. Westminster is a school for pupils under the age of 19. Those applying for Sixth Form must be under 17 years old on entry to Westminster and will have their 17th birthday whilst in year 12.

Registration opens in the summer one year before the date of entry and closes in early October.

Registration for Sixth Form entry in 2015 will open online via our website on Monday 9 June 2014. At this time the 2015 Sixth Form Courses booklet explaining the available A-level/Pre-U subject choices and their corresponding entrance exams will be available to download. 

Please note that registration for Sixth Form entry in 2014 is now closed.

Open Days

Each year we hold two Sixth Form open days. These open days include an address by the Head Master, a tour of the school and the opportunity to meet subject specialists and is the best way to learn about Sixth Form at Westminster.

We will have two Sixth Form open days for entry in 2015 next year. The first will take place in June 2014 and the second will take place in September 2014. Booking for these open days is essential so if you would like to attend please click here.

Entrance Examinations and Interviews

Admission is by competitive examination and interview in November the year before entry. Candidates select the four subjects in which they are to be examined based on their likely A-level choices. Overseas candidates may sit their examinations in their country of residence but if selected for interview must come to Westminster School on the designated day.

Offers of places are made in early December.

There are no Sixth Form Scholarships but a number of bursaries of up to 100% of the day fees are available. They are awarded on the basis of academic ability and financial need.

For more detailed information about Studies at 16+ please visit Sixth Form Entry - Apply Online.  

School fees

Please refer to the latest list of fees.
There are three terms per academic year.