• Spring front of school - March 2020

Year 7 Admissions September 2021

Applications for Year 7 entry in September 2021 have now closed. We are unable to accept any late registrations.

 Please see the links on the left for FAQs and other relevant information.

If you have any questions regarding admissions, please email admissions@nonsuchschool.org

The Selective Eligibility Test for 2021 entry that was due to be held on 15th September is postponed.

The new date for the SET is Wednesday 11 November

The Nonsuch & Wallington Second Stage Entrance Examination will take place on Saturday 28 November 2020

This necessary delay means that the Selective Eligibility Test will now take place after the deadline for submission of your Local Authority Common Application Form (31st October 2020). Any questions about this must be addressed to your Local Authority as schools do not have any involvement in this part of the process.



On 31st October the Prime Minister announced additional national measures in response to COVID-19, beginning on November 5th.

As part of his announcement it was confirmed that schools will remain open. We are waiting to hear from the Department for Education as to whether there are any implications for the Selective Eligibility Test scheduled for Wednesday 11 November and will let you know in good time of any changes to our planned arrangements via e-mail.

In the meantime we would be grateful for your patience and understanding – there is no need to contact the individual schools.



COVID-19 and the Selective Eligibility Test - Joint Statement by the Participating Schools

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and government restrictions, the participating schools in the Selective Eligibility Test have been working to ensure that the test day runs as smoothly and as safely as possible for all those involved.  The specific arrangements in place at each school will vary as a result of the unique circumstances of each school. You will be able to access more details about the specific arrangements in place at the school where your child will sit the test on the relevant school’s website. However we can assure you that all of the participating schools will have measures in place in relation to the following:


  • Social distancing of parents and candidates on arrival and collection
  • Social distancing of candidates and school staff and student helpers within the school premises
  • Reduction of queuing so far as possible
  • Face coverings for parents, staff, student helpers and candidates when and where appropriate (unless exempt)
  • Hand washing/sanitising for everyone involved
  • Cleaning of chairs, desks, toilet facilities and high touch points between sessions
  • Appropriate ventilation of exam venues


We all share responsibility for controlling the spread of the virus and therefore parents/carers are expected to assist the efforts in this regard on the test day by following all instructions provided by your allocated school venue before the day and on the day, carefully. These instructions will include ensuring your child arrives with a personal bottle of hand sanitiser, tissues, all necessary pencils and associated equipment for the test and is dressed appropriately for the day. We are very grateful for your support.

Those schools with second stage tests will follow similar protocols on the second stage entrance examination day.