Welcome

Come along and meet our international community

55 Nationalities

40 Languages spoken

71 Countries lived in

46 countries studied in

Dwight School London is an IB World School that welcomes local and international students seeking the IB Primary Years Programme, IB Middle Years Programme and IB Diploma Programme. We serve students representing a wide range of academic abilities, ranging from those who are highly able to those who may require additional learning support. Our focus is on individual progress, and our small classes, skilled professionals and positive approach helps us to maximise each student's potential. Although high academic standards are our target, we know that excellence can be achieved in many areas.

English as an Additional Language (EAL) support is available for students who are not fully fluent in order to make their start at the school as smooth as possible. The Quest Programme that is designed to help Dwight’s IB students with up to five lessons per week of learning support for specific educational needs is also available.

Please peruse our website to learn more about our School and the IB programmes we offer. We invite you to join a community that prides itself on global exploration and discovery and that fosters internationally-minded, inquiring learners.

With students applying from over 50 countries, Dwight does not have an admissions test, but bases decisions on the student’s previous academic record and family statements about expectations and educational values.

Getting Started

If you would like more information on admission to Dwight, please complete the Enquiry Form (This merely registers your interest with us and is in no way an obligation to submit a formal application) or give us a call to arrange an appointment to visit.

Director of Admissions
Mary Langford +44(0)20 8920 0637
admissions@dwightlondon.org

Admissions Assistant (term-time only)
Rebecca Curtis +44(0)20 8920 0639
admissions@dwightlondon.org

The Admissions Process

To start an application please read the section below and then complete the Application Form.

Step 1: Complete and Submit the Application form.

As part of the admissions process, in addition to completing the online Application Form you will be asked to provide the following:

  • passport photo;
  • copy of birth certificate/passport;
  • Any specialist education reports or education plans, if applicable.

On submitting the Application Form you will receive an invoice for the £200 non-refundable Application Fee. You may pay this online via a credit/debit card. At this point you should receive an email confirming your student account and login information, unless you previously submitted an Enquiry Form (as above).

Step 2: Submit the Supporting Documents

You will see on your dashboard a link to required documents to be completed online. These include:

  • a Parent Statement about your son or daughter*.
  • a Student Writing Sample (a short piece of age-appropriate writing following the question prompts provided) for the student to share something about him/herself. (This can be done on a separate piece of paper and scanned and uploaded, if you prefer. Young children can submit a drawing with a few words of caption or text.)
  • a Language Profile to help us understand the student's linguistic background.

In addition we ask you to seek:

  • a reference from the last school (you will need to have the student's teacher's email address). Enter it on the Reference Form and press the submit button. The teacher will receive an email request from the system to complete the form online, once the teacher has completed and submitted the form, we will receive it directly.

Step 3: Uploading Documents

Finally was ask that you scan, and upload:

  • copies of school reports for the previous two years (we may ask to have these translated);
  • any other certificates or supporting documents we may request that helps us to form a better understanding of the student.
  • *if the Parent Statement was prepared and translated by a third party, please upload a copy of the original document in the original language.

Step 4: The Admissions Committee Review

Once we have received the completed Application Form, required documents and the Application Fee, the file will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee and you will be informed in writing of the decision whether a place will be offered, declined, waitlisted or whether further steps are to be taken. Once offered a place, in order to secure your child's place you must complete the Acceptance Form and pay the Deposit.

We are happy to meet students, or to have Skype interviews with families and students, and in some cases we may require a taster day so that we can evaluate the student in the context of our school. As a school serving an internationally-mobile community we do our best to accommodate families visiting at short notice.


Dwight School London has Tier 4 Sponsor Status.