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Worth School

An education with heart and soul, which is what we aspire to at Worth, equips young people to see the value of things, to exercise good judgement and enjoy the fruits of imagination throughout their lives. Lived out at school, our values encourage pupils to be ambitious, to strive for academic success and to develop a love of learning.
But they go further. They encourage pupils to be self-aware, to become more centred individuals, conscious both of their strengths and their weaknesses, and able to separate beauty, truth and goodness from noise and distraction.

Pupils are encouraged to live in the present, to value the small, day-to-day moments of life and not always be looking impatiently to the next thing. Worth pupils learn that while living in a community requires effort, that effort brings great rewards, such as a strong sense of belonging and a desire to see justice for everyone in society.

At Worth, we know that their years at school form young people for their lives ahead – their values; how they come to see themselves as part of a community; what they have to offer society when they leave school – and we know how important these things are in providing a lifelong foundation for purpose and fulfilment.

We also know (of course) that education should be about hard work, academic ambition and the joy of exploration, and all within a culture where every pupil is supported and encouraged by highly motivated, friendly and deeply engaged teachers. Every one of the 675 pupils at Worth benefits from the high standards that we set ourselves in all these areas. At the same time as being an academically selective school, we take nothing for granted, and we work hard to nurture every individual pupil’s desire to do well and enjoy being at school, and to ultimately find through personal exploration their own particular direction in life.

The School’s character, its education with heart and soul, is best seen up close – in our service activities, the way we play sport, our art and music, our Benedictine tradition, the faith life of the School, the way people interact with each other. 

11+ Assesses
Online (ATOM) - English, Maths ,Verbal Reasoning, Non-Verbal Reasoning

Admissions contact
Boys / Co-Ed / Girls

Boarding and Day School

Age range

11-18 years

Type of exam

Assessment Day: online assessments in Numerical, verbal reasoning and Non Verbal Reasoning
Stage 2: Informal Interviews and small group tasks

Online adaptive Online test in English, Verbal, Non Verbal and numerical tests plus a creative comprehension and creative writing exercise

Stage 1:
Online adaptive Online test in English, Verbal, Non Verbal and numerical tests plus a creative comprehension and creative writing exercise.

Stage 2:
Submit assessed examples of academic work

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