We support each parent in the process of selecting the right senior school for their child.
We are very experienced in the process of choosing suitable senior schools for each pupil and are aware that every child has specific abilities, individual talents and requirements. Our Head not only knows our pupils well but also has connections with each senior school, understanding their ethos and entrance conditions to assist parents with this sometimes daunting task.
As we move to an 11+ only prep school from September 2020, we prepare and support our pupils with entrance to their preferred 11+ senior schools. Historically the most popular schools for boys leaving Clifton Lodge have been Merchant Taylors’ School, City of London Boys’ School, Hampton, The John Lyon School and St Benedict’s.
Girls leaving us in Year 6 have gained places at Nottinghill & Ealing High School, St Augustine’s Priory, St Benedict’s, Latymer Upper School, Godolphin & Latymer & Putney High.
Announcement – June 2018
September 2018 will be our last intake of Year 7 pupils, who will complete Year 8 in July 2020. From September 2020 Clifton Lodge will become a solely 11+ prep school, with one exit point in Year 6. For more information, please read our Question & Answer attachment: CL 11+ announcement QA June 18 (MK)
Please see below our senior school offers for 2017/2018. This gives an indication of the range of schools our pupils follow on to:
|Eton College||1 offer|
|Hampton School||1 Wait List|
|Aldenham School||1 offer|
|John Lyon School||4 offers||1 Academic|
|St Augustine’s Priory||3 offers||2 Academic|
|NHEHS||2 offers||1 Academic|
|Godolphin & Latymer||1 offer||1 Academic|
|St Helen’s School||1 offer||1 Academic|
|Putney High School||1 offer|
|Northwood College||1 offer||1 Academic|
|Queens Gate School||1 offer|
|St Benedict’s School||3 offers|
|St James’s School||3 offers|
|Tiffin Girls’ School||1 offer|
|Clifton Lodge Internal Scholarship||2 Academic|
SIS Inspection Report
The great majority of pupils gain admission to their preferred secondary schools and leave thoroughly prepared for the next stage of their education.