Admissions Procedure

Admissions Procedure

At Oxford Prime Academy, we are not academically selective. However, we do believe that our school has a special set of values and want to make sure that a potential student will fit the environment we have.

Below is a brief outline of what prospective parents can expect during the admissions process at Oxford Prime Academy. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our admissions on +38 044 334 32 14 or via email at [email protected]

Open Mornings

You can start your acquaintance with the school during a pre-appointed open morning. We will be happy to answer any of your questions during the visit.

Registration

A parent may register their child at Oxford Prime Academy by completing a simple form. We have up to 6 places in each class with entry procedure outlined below depending on a particular year group.

Entry at 4+

After registration we invite your child to spend some time at Oxford Prime Academy. It is a good opportunity for children to get to know the school and to experience school life. They will try different activities, which may include art, music, sport, science or an academic lesson. They will also play some games.

Subject to our observations made during the visit, children will be offered places at Oxford Prime Academy. 

Entry at 7+

We invite children to discover the school. At this age, we will need to assess child’s learning skills as well as English and Mathematics knowledge. 

Testing and exams are always stressful for both adults and children, which consequently affects the results. However, it is never an issue with our assessment as we offer a child just a game to play.

In our unique specially designed board game, a child can reach the finish successfully completing different tasks and solving questions. They may be written, oral, intellectual, linguistic, involve sports, drama acting etc.

We offer places at Oxford Prime Academy based on the assessment and interaction with the child during the visit.

Entry at 13+

At this stage, children are taught curriculum leading to GCSE qualifications. Tuition takes place on individual basis or in small groups up to 6 children.

Entrance assessments are in English, Mathematics and Science. We arrange a day for your son or daughter to take papers in relevant subjects, after which we invite the child for an informal interview and to discover the school, taking part in normal every day activities with other children. We aim to understand particular interests and aspirations of the child.

Places are offered taking into account both academic and extra-curricular strengths.