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The Head Teacher's Office
Christ's Hospital
West Sussex
RH13 0LJ

T    01403 247432

  • Headmaster: Mr Simon Reid
  • Type: Co-educational Independent day and boarding school
  • Number of pupils: Approx. 900
  • Admissions:  Age 11+ (Year 7) and 13+ (Year 9), Sixth Form (including boarders): 16+ (Year 12)
  • Age: Range 11 to 18
  • ISI Report: Christs Hospital School ISI Report

Christs Hospital School 11 Plus School Admission

(from Christs Hospital website)

Non-bursary boarding and day applications to Christ’s Hospital can be made throughout the year but we suggest that applicants follow the timetable below, for September 2022 entry, as we cannot always guarantee that places will be available for late applicants.

Christs Hospital School 11 Plus Key Dates

YEAR 7 and YEAR 9
Saturday 11 September 2021
Open Day
Friday 17 September 2021
Deadline for 2022 bursary applications
Friday 1 October 2021
Initial assessment invitations sent to candidates
9, 13 & 16 October 2021
Initial assessment dates (candidates attend one of these) 
W/C Monday 8 November 2021
Initial assessment results 
Thursday 6 and Friday 7 January 2022
Residential assessment
W/C Monday 14 February 2022
Residential assessment results
Monday 14 March 2022
Deadline for acceptance

Christs Hospital School 11 Plus Entry Requirements

As a guide, children entering at age 11 into Year 7 need to show evidence of academic potential, working towards the higher end of the ability range in both the Mathematics and English National Curriculum syllabuses (i.e. predicted more than 100 in the Key Stage 2 tests and ‘working above the expected standard’).

Our assessment process for a bursary place is in two stages. An Initial Assessment in October (just before October half-term) that uses computer based tests (verbal, quantitative, non-verbal and spatial reasoning).

Those children who are successful in the Initial Assessment will be invited to our Residential Assessment in January (just before term starts). The children stay overnight, have the opportunity to experience boarding life and take part in assessment tasks, the children are being assessed not only on their academic potential but also on their suitability to board.

As a guide, children joining CH are working towards the higher end of the ability range in both Maths and English National Curriculum syllabuses (ie predicted more than 100 in the Key Stage 2 tests and working above the expected standard). Year 9 entrants will be expected to be predicted to achieve an average of about 60% at Common Entrance.