Here you can find everything you need to know about applying for a place in our Senior School, including the 11+ entrance assessments.

First steps...

11+ (Year 7) Entry

For entry in September 2021, applications have now closed.

A non-refundable registration fee of £125 (or £200 for overseas applications) is payable at the time of applying.

Occasional Vacancies (Year 8, 9 or 10)

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

Successful candidates will have an enthusiasm for learning and a strong desire to make a positive contribution towards the life of the school.

Financial Assistance

Bursaries

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.

More about bursaries

Scholarships

Our scholarship programme is designed to recognise potential and offer opportunity. Expectation is high and our staff work with scholars to nurture their progress.  The award of a scholarship brings opportunities and scholars are expected to participate fully in the life of the school.

In the Senior School we offer Academic, Music and Sport scholarships at 11+ (Year 7 entry).  For girls aged 16+, Academic, Art, Design, Drama, Music and Sport scholarships are available. Travel scholarships in Modern Foreign Languages and Sciences are also available for internal applicants.

More about scholarships

Events

Find out more about the school at one of our Open Day events

Senior School Tour

Join Elizabeth and Pooja as they show you around our Senior School, Sixth Form Centre and other facilities.
Putney students are noted for their many wonderful achievements, but they are characterised by their enthusiasm for taking part, their huge capacity for making friends.

To learn about our Senior School curriculum, please click below

“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

A Level and beyond

Find out more about opportunities in the Sixth Form

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