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How can I enquire about a place for my son at The Pilgrims' School?

Great to hear that you're interested in our wonderful school. Please enter our Admissions Portal via the button below to enquire, book an Open Day, or to register your son. 

How can I arrange a visit?

We are happy to show families around individually, or you can join an Open Day. Find out about our upcoming Open Days or Pilgrims' Play pre-schooler sessions here or contact us to arrange an individual tour. 

How do I register my son at The Pilgrims' School?

To register your son, to either Pre-Prep or the Prep, please complete the registration form on our Admissions Portal and pay the registration fee, which is a non-refundable single payment of £100. 

Will this mean my son has a place at The Pilgrims' School?

Registering your son at The Pilgrims' School does not entitle him to a place in the school, as entry is always by some form of assessment, incorporated within a taster visit. All boys must be registered before they come for a taster visit. We suggest you contact us before registering to check that there is a place available in the year group you would like your son to join.

What are the Registration fee bank transfer details?

You will find the payment bank transfer details here

A school focused on academic progress and excellence while providing boys with a healthy focus of music and sport.  A happy school where growing confidence and kindness in boys is an actual focus, not just rhetoric.

Our Location

We are blessed with a truly idyllic location. Just an hour south of London by direct train, with easy access to all the major travel hubs, and yet we are surrounded by the stunning countryside of the South Downs National Park. The school is tucked away between Winchester Cathedral and Winchester College, within the secure and secluded Cathedral Close. Moments from our front door is the heart of the historic city of Winchester, or step through our back gate to find water meadows, countryside, and the South Downs Way.