The Mall has an enviable track record in preparing boys for successful entry to senior schools in the highly competitive London market. Despite being non-selective at Reception, we are consistently getting boys into a range of highly academically selective senior schools including state grammar schools.
However, there is no such thing as the right school, only the right school for the individual boy. Not every boy is going to be highly academic and as a school we work with parents to identify the right school for him. We aim to prepare boys academically and socially so he can move on confidently at the age of 11 to his next school and where he will flourish.
To support you in this process the Headmaster meets all parents individually from Year 4 to discuss options for their sons and there are a series of future schools events where parents are informed about the process and what the school does to support them and their sons. We also run an annual senior school fair in the spring term where parents can meet representatives from a range of schools.
In 2019 when our first Year 6 cohort left at 11+, we had offers from twenty-eight different schools with three-quarters of our boys receiving offers from two or more schools. The table below lists the destination schools for our leavers and details of any academic or non-academic scholarship awards.
11+ Offers and Awards 2020
|Senior school||Number of offers||Awards|
|Claremont Fan Court||2||Academic|
|Hampton||9||Academic (2), Chess, Music|
|King’s College School||4||Academic|
|Kingston Grammar School||4||Academic|
|Radnor House||5||Academic (2), Music|
|Queen Elizabeth’s School, Barnet||1|
|St Benedict’s Ealing||1|
|St George’s College||10||Academic|
|St James||10||Academic, Sport (3)|
|Claremont Fan Court||1|
|Hampton||8 (2 academic; 1 music; 1 sport)|
|King’s College School, Wimbledon||3 (1 academic)|
|Reed’s||1 (1 sport)|
|St Paul’s Juniors||1|
|Brighton College||2 (2)|
|Hampton||14 (4)||6||11 (3)||13 (7)||11 (2)|
|King’s College School||3 (1)||1||1||4||1|
|Lord Wandsworth College||2|
|Reed’s||6 (2)||5 (2)||3||3 (1)|
|St Paul’s||4 (2)||2 (1)||4 (1)||1|
|(1) denotes number of scholarships awarded|