Admissions Policy

Auckland College accepts boys and girls from aged 3 years old to 16 years old on a non-selective basis. We welcome pupils of all faiths, cultures, races and family backgrounds and do not discriminate on grounds of diversity, gender, race or religion.

We are happy to admit a pupil with a disability as long as both parents and the school are in agreement as to the appropriate provision for the child’s specific needs.

We do our best to ensure that the necessary provision is made for any pupil who has special educational needs and those needs are made known to all who are likely to teach them. A separate document sets out the school’s policy on special educational needs.

The main point of entry is from 3-4 years of age into our Pre-Prep School, however we are able to admit pupils to any year group that has available space.

The school admits children into the Pre-Prep and Prep schools at any point during the academic year to suit the specific needs of the child and family. For admission to our Secondary School this may still be possible depending on examination preparations.

There is no formal quota for admissions as each year we adjust our provision accordingly.

We operate a waiting list policy and applications for admission will be considered in the order in which they are received by the school and where a year group is already full, this will determine the position on the waiting list.

Priority will be given to those pupils who have a sibling at the school, along with children who have attended Auckland House Nursery.

All those joining the School must agree to abide by the Standard Terms and Conditions of Auckland College and to adhere to relevant school rules and policies.

The admission process requires a registration form to be completed and payment of a refundable deposit.