We warmly invite you to visit St Andrew’s School, Turi and see our beautiful country estate and School life in action. Visits to the School are best organised in advance by speaking to our Admissions Team. This allows us to organise a personal tour for your family, focusing on areas specific to your child. You will also have the opportunity to meet with the Headmaster or Deputy Head as well as other key members of staff.
Senior School Assessments
Years 9 &10 (ages 13-15)
The assessment is solely to inform us of the pupil’s current abilities. Your child will be asked to do a number of tasks which provide insight into learning preferences, views and character.
- Cognitive Assessment Test (CAT) – this is a computer based assessment of reasoning ability that can identify where a student’s real strengths lie. It measures a pupil ability in four areas: non-verbal, quantitative, verbal and spatial
- Progress Test in Maths and English (PTM & PTE) – this is a computer based assessment that measures the child’s curriculum progress in Maths and English.
Before your visit
We would ask you to scan and email copies of your child’s most recent school report, a copy of their birth certificate and passport at the time of your application.
Long Distance Applications
We would always encourage families to visit the School as you consider making an application, so that we can welcome you to this very special place and you can see the School ‘in action’. However, as a School which attracts pupils of over 22 different nationalities we understand that a personal visit isn’t always possible in the first instance. If you feel this is the case for you please do not hesitate to contact the appropriate member of the Admissions Team to discuss our long distance application process.
This test is followed by an online form with the information sent to an email address, once submitted.
For more information contact the Admissions Office: firstname.lastname@example.org