Leavers’ Destinations
Where to next?

The vast majority of our students gain places at their first choice of senior school including top London day schools, boarding schools, single-sex and co-educational. Every year they receive a number of academic and non-academic scholarships.


Our Year 6 students have achieved a cluster of fantastic offers to top senior schools in London and beyond for 2022 entry and we are still awaiting news from a number of schools.

To date, offers have been received from Blackheath High School (1), City of London School for Girls (2), Dulwich College (1), Francis Holland Regent’s Park (2), Francis Holland Sloane Square (4), Germantown Friends School, USA, (1), Godolphin and Latymer School (3),  Highgate School (1), Latymer Upper School (1),  More House (1),  Putney High School (2),  Queen’s College, London (2), Queen’s Gate School (4),  St James Senior Girls’ School (4), Wetherby Senior School/Chepstow House (1). Among the very impressive offers, three girls have been awarded Academic Scholarships to Francis Holland Sloane Square and one pupil was awarded a Music Exhibition to More House School.

11+ destination schools in the last five years have included:

City of London School for GirlsDowne HouseEmanuel School
Francis Holland, Regent’s ParkFrancis Holland, Sloane SquareGodolphin and  Latymer
HarrodianJAGSLady Margaret School
Latymer Upper School Putney High SchoolQueen’s College
Queen’s GateSevenoaks SchoolSt James Schools
St Mary’s School AscotSt Paul’s Girls’ SchoolWimbledon High School

Historically some boys have sat the 7+ or 8+ for a school that goes up to 13+, although with the move towards 11+ admissions this option is becoming less popular. Destination schools in the last five years have included:

Dulwich College JuniorEaton House The ManorFulham Prep
HarrodianLatymer Prep SchoolKing’s College Junior School 
Northcote LodgeSt Paul’s Junior SchoolSt Philip’s School
Sussex House Westminster Cathedral Choir SchoolWetherby Prep

“Redcliffe children… have no trouble in succeeding in the ferocious competition for places at demanding senior schools”