Could your daughter be a Putney girl?

At Putney, we are interested in the individual, so we meet every girl who would like to join our school.

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

First Steps…

We are delighted that you are considering applying to Putney High School.

If you have any questions throughout the process, please contact admissions@put.gdst.net.

Register your daughter for 4+ at any time by completing our online application form. A non-refundable registration fee of £125 (or £200 for overseas applicants) is payable at the time of applying. All those who apply will be invited for assessment.

4+ (Reception) Entry

Applications are open for entry in September 2022 and can be made through our online portal OpenApplyOur priority is always to ensure our admissions process is simple and stress-free for parents, and fun and stimulating for girls.  We typically admit two classes of in the region of 22 pupils per class.

Key Dates:

  • Applications close on Friday 29 October 2021
  • Assessments from Wednesday 5 to Friday 14 January 2022

For further information, please contact admissions@put.gdst.net

7+ (Year 3) Entry 

Applications are now closed for entry in September 2022.  

For further information please contact admissions@put.gdst.net

Occasional Vacancies

Applications are now closed for entry in September 2022.

For further information, please contact admissions@put.gdst.net

Click below to access our 4+ application form.

ISI Report

You get a deep sense that this is a school which is ambitious yet kind

Parent

Teaching in the Early Years Foundation Stage is excellent. It is lively, imaginative and fun.

ISI Report
Autumn 2015

Our Junior School curriculum offers an inspiring foundation for bright girls. By the time she leaves Year 6, each pupil is perfectly placed to extend her education in our Senior School.

Find out more about our exciting Junior Sports Programme

“A down to earth and real world school…this school has caught the tide and is beginning to set the pace.”
The Good Schools Guide
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