If you’ve visited Woodbridge, met the staff and students, seen the community and know this is the right school for you, then you’re very welcome to apply. Here, we go through the simple journey to making an application. If you have any questions, our Admissions team will be very happy to help.
The initial enquiry
Completing the online enquiry form is the first stage in every application. This is just to register your interest and tell us key information about you and your child ahead of a visit to the School, so we can get an idea of your needs. It only takes a few minutes to fill out, and then we’ll be in touch to help you take things further.
You can come along to one of our special Open Day events, and are also welcome to make an individual appointment to view the School on a normal working day. A tour of the school, speaking to the Head, meeting staff and students and asking questions will allow you to get a real feel for our environment as well as the drive, passion and warmth of our community.
Our Head, Miss Shona Norman, and the Head of Prep School, Mrs Nicola Mitchell, both make sure they get to know everyone applying to Woodbridge as part of the process. If you are considering boarding, you’ll also get to see School House and meet the resident Head of Boarding, Mr Richard Pineo.
Once you’re familiar with our activities, facilities, ethos, goals and values and want Woodbridge to be a definite option for your child, you are very welcome to formally apply. The registration fee for each application is £50 for day pupils and £100 for boarders, which is non-refundable.
At this stage, please also make us aware of any individual needs for your child, and if you intend to apply for a bursary or scholarship.
Once you have formally applied for a place for your child you will be invited along to the next stage of the admissions process including interviews and taster days.
Note: deadline for applications for 2022 entry is Monday 18 October However, it is worth contacting the Admissions team to see if any spaces have become available for late admissions or to be put on a waiting list.
Those applying to the school from outside the UK may do so directly to us, or via an agent. We are able to easily take payments from overseas sources, and are happy to liaise with applicants and conduct meetings and assessments online. Please complete the initial enquiry form as usual and we’ll help you from there.
If you have any questions not answered on any of the pages above, feel free to contact the Admissions team: