Destination Schools


We are a true prep school in the sense that we are here to guide and support our boys as they progress onwards in their education.

Moving to senior school is an important step, and one that must match a pupil’s ambition, ability and personality to ensure their ongoing happiness and success.

We actively engage with families throughout the process to provide ongoing, detailed support, and we are proud to have achieved a 100% success rate in our Year 6 boys securing a place at their first-choice school for the start of the 2020/2021 academic year.


The Pathway

From as early as Year 3, we ensure the curriculum reflects the variety of assessments and exit points pupils can expect, providing them with the academic preparation and mental support they need on an ongoing basis.

In Year 5, the more formal steps in the process begin, with Information Evenings by the Headmistress and Heads of Departments in English and Maths. This is followed by a 1:1 meeting with the Head to discuss initial thoughts and decisions.

We then provide ongoing 1:1 feedback and support on school choices and suitability, with detailed information on how pupils are performing and the schools that will provide the best fit for them as an individual. This level of support continues right up until the point they leave us.


The Process

We are proud of the strong relationships we have with senior schools, and keep close links to stay abreast of any changes in the requirements for the various entry points both in London and further afield.

For boys sitting 11+ examinations, the majority transfer to local independent schools at the end of Year 6. Boys continuing until 13 will most likely sit the ISEB Pre-entry Assessment in the November of Year 6 before completing the Common Entrance (CE) Syllabus in Year’s 7 and 8, however, a number of 13+ schools no longer require CE and ask for a Head’s report in Year 8. We provide full support for boys and parents in all aspects of the process, which includes information evenings, a Senior Schools Fair and 1:1 meetings.

Whichever route a boy takes, we are dedicated to ensuring they find the right school – for who they are now and, crucially, for who they are going to be. We have years of experience in helping boys and their families successfully navigate this journey, and our guidance ensures they can take their next step filled with confidence and excitement.


The Outcome

Destination Schools

Some of the most popular schools include the following London Day Schools (11+ & 13+):

Hampton School Ibstock Place School St. James’ Senior Boys’ School St. Paul’s School
King’s College School St. Benedict’s School Wetherby Senior School Halliford School
Kew House School Radnor House School Latymer Upper School Whitgift School
Emanuel School Maida Vale School Harrodian School Merchant Taylors’ School
Fulham Senior Kingston Grammar City of London Westminster


A number of boys also secure places in prestigious boarding schools including:

Aldenham Beadales Epsom College Haileybury
Brighton College Bryanston Charterhouse Caterham
Monmouth Shiplake College Tonbridge School Stowe
Wellington College Winchester College Mill Hill Oundle
Bradfield College Eton College Reed’s Cranleigh
Seaford College Bedford School Harrow Lancing College

2020 Destination Schools

Year 6 Destination Schools 2020

Falcons Prep – Richmond Stayers (24 boys) Hampton (3 boys)
John Lyon (1 boy) Emanuel School (1 boy)
Kew House (4 boys) St. Benedict’s (3 boys)
Harrodian (1 boy) St. George’s (1 boy)


Year 8 Destination Schools 2020

Tonbridge (1 boy) Portland Place (1 boy)
King’s Burton, Somerset (1 boy) Fulham Senior (1 boy)
Maida Vale School (1 boy) Hampton (1 boy)
Wellington College (1 boy) St. James’ (1 boy)
St. Benedict’s (1 boy) Halliford (1 boy)
Lancing College (1 boy) Stowe (1 boy)
Harrodian (1 boy) Westminster (1 boy)
Charterhouse (1 boy) Hampton Court House (1 boy)
Falcons Preparatory School for Boys

Reception Class - Opening January 2021

We are delighted to welcome boys aged 4+ to our new purpose-built Reception Class from January 2021.

To find out more about the new Reception Class or Years 3-7 entry please the Registrar for more information: