Entrance Procedure


If you are a prospective parent interested in Kingswood House for your son please contact the Admissions Registrar in the first instance, who will be happy to make an appointment for you to visit, or to advise you of our future Open Mornings.

Contact the Admissions Registrar

To view the School, register your child or book a Taster Day, please contact Mrs Helen Parker on 01372 723590 or email admissions@kingswoodhouse.org. Mrs Parker will also be happy to answer any of your admissions queries.


Initial Contact and Parent Visit

Prospective parents who show an interest in the School are invited to visit, either on an Open Morning or on an alternative day which suits them, when they will be given a tour of the School by a Senior boy and have an opportunity to see the School in action and meet the Headmaster and SENco if necessary. When you visit, please park at the front of the School.



If you would like to register your child for a place at Kingswood House, please contact the Admissions Registrar, Mrs Helen Parker, on 01372 723590 or email admissions@kingswoodhouse.org. You will also need to pay a Registration Fee of £100. You may download the Registration Form below and send it to us via post or email.

Download a Registration Form


Taster Day and Offer of a Place

A mutually agreed day will be arranged for the child to attend the school. During the Taster Day the child will have the opportunity to experience a day at Kingswood House and meet the peer group of the class. During this visit, the SENco will meet with the child on 1:1 basis to talk and do a few informal tests to assess the level of performance. The Headmaster will contact the parents after all feedback has been gathered in order to make a fair decision, based upon a range of evidence. A decision will always be made in the best interests of the child. If a pupil satisfies our entry criteria, a place is available and a satisfactory reference from the pupil’s current school received, then an offer will be made. Written confirmation will be sent – and once accepted – full joining details will follow.

You may download a copy of Admissions Policy by clicking here



Scholarships are awarded to bright and talented boys for entry into Year 3, Year 5, Year 7 and Year 9. Assessments take place in November (6+), January (11+), March (9+ & 13+) the year prior to entry and applications are open to both internal and external candidates. Academic or All-Rounder awards are offered up to a value of 30% of tuition fees. Additional bursarial support is available, where there is a genuine need, of up to 100% of tuition fees.

The Governors of Kingswood House School are committed to broadening access to the school by offering to eligible parents or guardians means-tested financial support with the payment of schools fees. Such support is known as a Bursary and these may be awarded in the form of a discount of up to 100% on tuition fees payable, depending on the financial, compassionate or other pertinent circumstances of applicants.

Further information is available on our ‘Scholarships and Bursaries’ page.


Please Note: Parents have a responsibility to inform the prospective school of any issues/ conditions and disclose any reports both medical and academic relating to the applicant. Withholding information may necessitate the school reviewing their offer of a place.

Mrs Helen Parker

Whether you are just starting your search for the right school, or if you feel you have made your decision with Kingswood House, I look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to the school.