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Admissions Procedure

To begin the Lime House school admissions process please contact our admissions team by telephone or email to discuss your child’s application to Lime House and the next steps.  We are also happy to discuss your individual requirements and answer any questions you may have.

  Ms Jackie Fisher
  +44 (0) 1228 710225
  office@limehouseschool.co.uk

Registration & Forms

Parents seeking the admission of their sons or daughters are asked to complete and return a registration form.

  • A child should be registered as a prospective pupil as early as possible before the proposed date of entry.
  • A non-refundable registration fee of £150 is payable and should be submitted with the registration form
  • A deposit of £1000 (international students) is payable upon acceptance of a place. This will be held and returned when the student leaves the school.

Reference

For entrants at all ages Lime House will approach a candidate’s present school for a report on their current progress.

Offer of a Place

The school will offer the student a place in the school. This could be after the interview. Students are also offered ‘Taster Days’ before accepting the offer of a place.

Aceptance of a Place

The parents are then sent a letter of acceptance together with an invoice for the first term’s fees. The school will ask that all forms are completed in full before the student begins school. This includes medical and confidential information as well as contact details.

Taster Days

Taster days are available, throughout the academic year, to any potential student.

International Applications

Lime House is a British boarding school with an international outlook, welcoming a large proportion of its pupils from countries across the world.

The admissions process is similar to that explained above. Sometimes guardians, relatives or family friends visit the school for the interview.

Most applications are made via a recognised Educational Agency. They deal with the application process.

Students will be asked to complete an English and Mathametics screening test to allow the school to place them on the correct English or Mathamatics course.