Leavers’ Destinations

8th July 20

I am delighted to be able to share with you this year’s Common Entrance results – and they are superb!




It is fair to say that this year’s cohort have experienced a less than normal build up to their examinations, with lockdown forcing them to adapt their revision plans, teachers adapting their materials for online platforms and parents helping them to study from home.  However, the triangle of pupil – teacher – parent has worked tremendously and it is testament to the hard work, perseverance, dedication and resilience of the pupils that they have achieved so highly under such difficult circumstances.  I am sure you will join me in congratulating them all.


We are also publishing the list of Year 8 destination schools and scholarship awards.  As you can see from the table below, the pupils have gained places at local schools and those further afield.


Caterham School27.7Sport Scholarship
Eastbourne College311.5

Drama Scholarship

Music Scholarship

Hurstpierpoint College00

Drama Scholarship

Music Scholarship

Kent College27.7
King’s Rochester27.7Drama Scholarship
Sevenoaks School1038.5Scholarships postponed until Autumn 2020 (4 Academic Candidates, 1 Sport Candidate)
Sutton Valence School311.5Sport Scholarship
Tonbridge School311.5
Wellington College13.9


We have also enjoyed much success in Year 6 with pupils gaining places for Year 7 at the following senior schools:


Caterham School213.3
Lingfield College16.7
Maidstone Grammar School for Boys16.7
Sevenoaks School533.4
Sutton Valence School16.7
The Judd School16.7
Tunbridge Wells Grammar School for Boys213.3
Walthamstow Hall16.7
Woldingham School16.7


A number of Year 6 pupils have also been offered places for Year 9 at the following senior schools:


Brighton College
Caterham School (Sport Scholarship)
Eastbourne College
Hurstpierpoint College
Kent College Pembury (Academic Scholarship)
Lingfield School
Marlborough College
Radnor House School (All Rounder Scholarship)
Sevenoaks School (Music Scholarship)
Sutton Valence School
Tonbridge School


Yet again, it has been about finding the right school for the character of the individual, and I am proud the relationships we have with our destination schools that enable us to work together in the best interests of the child.  Our pupils have secured scholarships in sport, drama and music; our academic scholarship candidates have had their examinations postponed from May this year to Autumn Term 2020, and we wish them every success in their endeavours.


We are hugely proud of everyone’s achievements and wish them every happiness for the future.


Luke Harrison