Helping your child to become the very best version of themselves.


If you decide that Bethany’s supportive yet challenging learning environment is the right fit for your child, then our Admissions team are here to support you through the application process.

Our main years of entry are Years 7, 9 and the Lower Sixth and entry into Years 8 and 10 is also possible, subject to availability of places. For September 2022, the Entrance Assessment dates are as follows:

  • Year 7 on Saturday 13th November 2021 (with scholarship assessments the following week)
  • Year 9 on Saturday 15th January 2022 (with scholarship assessments the following week)

Further information is available on our fees, as well as scholarships and bursaries and our school minibus routes. We suggest that you do come along to visit us, either attending an Open Morning or booking an individual visit; we are always delighted to welcome prospective families to Bethany. Our next Open Morning will be held on 20th October 2021 Register Here

To apply, simply download our Admissions Forms and return to our Registrar, Mrs Sally Martorell, via post or email (registrar@bethanyschool.org.uk).

Download our Admissions Form

You can also view our Admissions Policy and terms and conditions for the provision of educational services.

The Admissions process

School admissions can be a confusing process, so we have created a handy ‘how-to’ guide. To learn about the process, watch our video or download our Admissions Flowcharts, which detail each step so you always know where you are in the process.

Four years ago I joined Bethany, my previous school predicted that I would get no GCSEs Grade C or above. Since then I have passed all my GCSEs and I achieved an A* in Business Studies, grade B in Finance and a B in Media Studies at A level. I cannot express how privileged I feel to have gone to such a wonderful school which has nurtured, supported and matured me over the past four years. I leave Bethany starting a new chapter in my life, moving to London to do a degree apprenticeship.

Ollie Khan