Admissions Process

Admissions procedure at Boundary Oak School

1. Request a Prospectus and/or make an appointment
Either call our Head of Admissions, Chloe Pestell on 01329 280955 or e-mail:
Alternatively please complete our Prospectus Request Form on this website.

2. Make an Appointment to visit us
Please call us to make an appointment to view the school. You will be taken on a tour of the school and grounds and then have an informal chat afterwards with Mrs Kellett, the Headmistress, to discuss your child and Boundary Oak School. The tour and meeting lasts for approximately one to two hours. You may prefer to visit us on one of our Open Days for a more informal tour of the school with the Senior children and refreshments in the library.

3. Register with us
When you decide that Boundary Oak is the school for you, we request that you complete the registration form and return it to us along with the non-refundable Registration fee of £50. (Payment details can be found under fees).

Registration Form Boundary Oak

4. Assessment or Taster Day
Your child will be invited to spend either one or two days (and a night if boarding) with us in their current year group to see how they get on. They will sit some informal assessments (Boundary Oak School does not have formal entrance exams and is non-selective). Parents have a feedback meeting with the Headmistress at the end of the taster day(s). The school does not discriminate against any child.

5. Offer of a Place
When a place is offered to your child, we ask you to confirm the offer in writing to us along with the Confirmation fee of £500 (this is refunded to you in the final invoice with us, less any disbursements that may have accrued). This will secure your child’s place at the school.

6. Joining Pack
This pack will be either emailed to you or printed for your collection and it contains everything you will need for your child’s start at Boundary Oak School. This is given to you upon receipt of the Confirmation fee. They are also available to download on our website.

7. Uniform
A private appointment will be made for you and your child to visit the school shop to purchase all that is required at a date and time that suits you best. The well stocked on-site shop holds both new and secondhand uniform.

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