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The Admissions Office is open!

Despite current school closure the Admissions team is still here to guide you through the process of applying to join Colfe’s. Main entry points for 3+ (Nursery), 4+ Reception, 11+ (Year 7) and 16+ (Year 12) are now full for September 2020. Applications are open for September 2021 and beyond.

We would usually say that the best way to find out if Colfe’s is the right school for you is to come and visit. While we are closed this isn’t possible and it may be a while before we can introduce personal tours or open days because of social distancing guidelines. In the meantime, we have created some virtual tour videos to give you an idea of the school:

Junior School (age 3-11)
Senior School (age 11-18)
Leisure Centre

Further videos of the Headmaster, Head of Junior School, co-curricular departments and pupils from the junior and senior schools are available throughout the site.

We are also working on a virtual admissions experience for the autumn term should we be unable to hold our usual open days – more information to follow.

Once you are ready to apply to join Colfe’s you will need to complete our online application process for your preferred year of entry. We also ask for a non-refundable administration fee of £100. Please note for occasional place entry (outside of our usual entry points) you will need to contact directly.

It is important to note that it is not our policy to allocate places by date of registration. Whilst we are happy to accept early registrations, the usual period for receipt of applications is between September and November of the year proceeding to entry.

If you have any specific questions relating to the admissions process please contact the team directly via email or phone 020 8463 8110.

We hope to hear from you soon.

Our first year at Colfe's

Year 7 pupils - a mix of our own Junior School pupils and those from local independent and state primaries - tell us about the start of their Colfe's journey, the transition to secondary school and making new friends.