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Dulwich College 11 Plus School Information
- Headmaster: Dr Joseph Spence
- Type: Co-educational Independent day and boarding school
- Number of pupils: Approx. 1804
- Admissions: Age 4+ (Reception), Age 7+ (Year 3), Age 11+ (Year 7) and 13+ (Year 9), Sixth Form (including boarders): 16+ (Year 12)
- Age: Range 2 to 19
- ISI Report: Dulwich College School ISI Report
Dulwich College 11 Plus School Admissions
(from school website)
Around 70 boys join the Lower School into Year 7 (age 11) each academic year from a wide selection of primary schools and independent schools. In addition, boys from Dulwich College Junior School move up into Year 7, making a year group total of around 125 boys.
Entry to Year 7, September 2022
The admissions process for examinations and interviews, will remain under review. We may need to make changes, and possibly at short notice, as a result of Government regulations. We will notify those registered of any changes.
Age of applicant
|For boys born between 1 September 2010 and 31 August 2011|
|Number of places available||70|
|Academic and Music Scholarships and Bursaries||Available|
|Closing date for Registration||Monday 1 November 2021, midday|
All applicants will be invited to sit these tests on one of these days:
|Saturday 13 November 2021|
Saturday 20 November 2021
|English and Mathematics Examinations|
On the basis of the Reasoning results, 300 boys will be invited back to sit these papers
Wednesday 15 December 2021
|Number of boys invited for interview||160|
|Interview Dates||Friday 14 January to Thursday 20 January 2022|
|Results Date||Posted on Thursday 10 February 2022|
The offer of a place at the College is made on the basis of
- the candidate’s performance in the appropriate examination
- an interview
- a report from the Head of the candidate’s present school
and is subject to the College’s Standard Terms and Conditions.
Candidates who show promise in the written papers are invited to attend for an interview shortly after the examination. Our aim is to provide a friendly atmosphere for the interview during which the candidate will be allowed the opportunity to give further evidence of his academic strengths and some indication of interests and abilities with which he might make a contribution to the general life of the College.
Extra Time in Entrance Examinations
Additional time is available for boys who have an Educational Psychologist’s report that shows they have below average scores for speed of cognitive processing. Use of a computer is available for boys for whom it is the normal way of working and where it is appropriate to their needs. Please make the Registrar aware of this at the time of application.