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King’s High, Warwick

A King’s High education opens doors, hearts, and minds. As one of the UK’s leading schools for girls, we are educating the Changemakers of the future – young women who will go out into the world and make a positive difference, inspired by strong values and a powerful sense of social responsibility. 

We welcome students aged 11 to 18 and work with them to nurture talents, build confidence and enable them to succeed and thrive. We are proud to put each girl's wellbeing and aspirations at the heart of all we do, preparing them for a life of fulfilment and to be a force for good in society. 

In our rapidly-changing world, we know that our students will need core skills and values to enable them to thrive: creativity and curiosity; empathy and emotional intelligence; teamwork, networking and leadership opportunities – as well as the digital skills that are so valuable in the age of Artificial Intelligence. 

Our forward-thinking and future-inspired curriculum is carefully designed to nurture and develop these skills, building the confidence and self-belief for leadership. As a flagship centre for creative thinking, we combine high standards and high ambitions with a warm, caring and nurturing approach and outstanding pastoral care, based on a strong culture of wellbeing. We work in partnership with our parents and our families to ensure that each girl enjoys a happy and fulfilling experience. 

There is no typical King’s High girl. Instead, we celebrate individuality, diversity, and difference as we respond to the unique strengths and interests of each and every student. Whilst our academic results are superb, our focus is on the complete educational experience and our extensive co-curricular programme and partnerships in our local community attest to this fully. 
As part of Warwick Schools Foundation, we operate within a wider family of schools that provides unparalleled opportunities to combine the very best traditions of girls’ education with all the benefits of co-educational opportunities outside of the classroom. 

In September 2019 we moved from our home of 140 years on Smith Street in Warwick into our world-class, state-of-the-art new school on our Foundation campus. As one of the largest investments in girls’ education in the UK, Project One Campus is testament to our determination to create inspirational spaces for our students. We are also delighted to now offer Sixth Form Boarding for girls.

11+ Assesses
Part 1: CEM (Online) Assessment covers verbal ability (vocabulary, grammar and comprehension), numerical ability (arithmetic and problem-solving), and non-verbal ability.
Part 2: Written Papers - English and Maths

Admissions contact
Boys / Co-Ed / Girls

Girls Day and Boarding

Age range

11-18 years

Type of exam

Stage 1:
Stage 2: Written assessment in Maths, English and Verbal Reasoning

Stage 1:
The candidates required to submit a personal statement along with GCSE predicted grades.

Stage 2:
Candidates invited for interviews

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