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After St Peter's

After St Peter’s…

 

At the end of Year 6, our children transition on to a wide range of secondary schools.   

Schools that our children have transferred to in recent years have included:

 

 

State Schools

Independent Schools

 Brentford School for Girls

Burlington Danes Academy

Chelsea Academy

Chiswick School

Christ’s School

Fulham Boys School

Fulham College Boys School

Green School for Boys

Green School for Girls

Grey Coat Hospital

Grey Court (Richmond)

Gumley House School FCJ

Hammersmith Academy

Holland Park School

Kensington Aldridge Academy

Lady Margaret School

Sacred Heart High School

St. Marylebone CofE School

Twyford CofE School

West London Free School

Woodland High School 

Dauntsey’s

Godolphin & Latymer

Hampton Boys

Harrodian School

King’s House School

Latymer Upper School

Leighton Park School

Notting Hill & Ealing High School

Shiplake College

St. Benedict’s School

 

We recognise what a daunting time secondary school transition can be for both our children and their parents and therefore we are proactive in providing support both during the application process and afterwards once secondary schools offers are made available.  We advise parents to start considering their child’s secondary school options in Year 5 and invite them to attend a secondary transfer meeting at the end of this academic year.   Parents are also given the opportunity to meet with the Headteacher at any stage during the application process and then again later when offers are made, to discuss their child’s options.

 

It is important that parents chose a school that suits their individual child. Therefore, we encourage parents to be proactive in visiting as many schools as they can so that they are fully informed when deciding which setting they think is going to provide the best opportunities for their child. Following this, we advise that parents select a smaller number of schools to take their child to so that they can make their final choices without being too overwhelmed.