Junior School Admissions

Ages 4 - 11

We have a friendly and informal assessment process which takes place in the January before September admission.

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Senior School Admissions

Ages 11 - 16

Selection is based upon academic merit but also on our assessment of whether a pupil will flourish at our school.

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Sixth Form Admissions

Ages 16 - 18

Become a part of a vibrant, university-style community  in our purpose-built Sixth Form Centre.

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The deadline for 4+, 7+, 11+ and 16+ applications for entry in September 2020 has now passed. For late enquiries, please contact admissions@put.gdst.net.

Admissions for September 2021 entry will open in January 2020.

To enquire about occasional vacancies in year 8, 9 or 10, please contact admissions@put.gdst.net.

Prospectus 2019/20

Sixth Form Prospectus 2019/20

Bursaries & Scholarships

Although we are academically selective, we are “means blind” and do everything we can to ensure that girls with promise are able to benefit from a Putney education regardless of their parents’ ability to afford fees. Every 11+ application is automatically considered for an Academic Scholarship and these are awarded on merit.  We also offer Sport and Music scholarships.

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Katy-Ann joined Putney on a Bursary and with the support of our Elite Sportswoman Programme and our US Universities Coordinator, she has now gone on to a Sports Scholarship at Louisiana State University, USA.

A real sense of friendliness, looking out for each other and kindness is palpable

The Good Schools Guide

Join us to look around the school at one of our Open Days

As an eco-friendly school, we are fortunate to benefit from excellent public transport links, and operate several school bus routes from around South West London.

"I was allowed to be the individual I was," Alumna, Aicha McKenzie

Former British gymnast, model, dancer, choreographer and Putney Alumna, Aicha Mckenzie, is founder of AMCK . She spoke to Absolutely Education (Autumn Winter 2018) about her memories of school.

“I had a safe space to do my growing up, without the complications of boys and whether they liked me or not.”

Aicha McKenzie

Read the article here.

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