11+ Results

11+ Results

Each year, our talented and diligent Year 6 pupils triumph in the important 11+ process, securing a wide range of both offers and scholarships. As a School, we take great pride in guiding our pupils to secure places in some of the UK’s leading senior independent schools, both day and boarding, single sex and co-educational.

It is without doubt our own pupils who demonstrate the success of our rigourous academic programme – culminating in their Year 6 results. Each year, an average of 36 senior schools award multiple offers and scholarships to our Year 6 cohort. This includes the likes of Eton, Westminster, Harrow, Dulwich, JAGS, Putney High, Alleyn’s and Cheltenham Ladies College. In the past two years alone, over 30 scholarships have been awarded. This is a testimony both to the talent of our committed cohort and to the immense breadth of opportunity that Eaton Square Prep School strives to achieve for all pupils.

Below is a list of schools who have recently offered places to Eaton Square pupils.

Day School Offers:

Alleyn’s King’s College Wimbledon
ASL Latymer Upper
Channing Putney High
Dulwich Queen’s College
Eaton Square Senior School Queen’s Gate
Emanuel Roedean
Francis Holland Regent’s Park Sydenham High
Francis Holland Sloane Square Sylvia Young Theatre School
Godolphin and Latymer The Oratory
JAGS Westminster

Boarding School Offers:

Badminton Millfield
Bradfield Radley
Brighton College St Mary’s Calne
Charterhouse Tonbridge
Cheltenham Ladies’ College Woldingham
Downe House Harrow
Eton Wellington
Lancing Winchester


“Eaton Square is the independent, co-educational school of choice for families seeking excellence in academic achievement, pastoral support and vibrant extra-curricular variety.”

The Sunday Times

“I just didn’t want the moment to pass without saying how grateful we are at your willingness and preparation towards meeting about our child and your sincere interest in seeing your students find the best place suited for them.”

Current Parent, 2022


Do you only prepare children for 11+?

No. Though the majority of our pupils take the 11+, we can also prepare children for 13+.