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Destination of Leavers


Offer of Places20162015201420132012
Number of Pupils in Year2111181323
Carshalton High for Girls1
Caterham7 (1)6 (2)10 (10)3 (2)5 (1)
Croydon High School6 (2)39( 10)1 (1)5
Greenacre1 (1)13 (2)1
James Allan Girls' School1 (1)1 (1)
John Fisher1
Kent Grammars13
Nonsuch High School1122
Oasis Academy1
Old Palace2 (1)3 (2)3 (6)1 (1)2
Queen Elizabeth (Barnet)1
Reigate Grammar1 (1)1 (1)2 (2)
Riddlesdown Collegiate7243
Royal Russell9 (6)2 (2)6 (5)3 (1)6 (2)
Sutton High School14 (1)2 (1)
Sutton Grammar3215
Trinity8 (2)3 (1)3 (2)3 (1)6 (2)
Wallington High School1172
Wallington County Grammar4326
Whitgift8 (2)4 (2)4 (2)4 (1)3 (2)
Woodcote High School12
Woldingham113 (3)13


At the end of Form 6 pupils leave St David’s to go to senior school. We send our pupils to a wide range of schools including local state and grammar schools as well as the leading independent schools in the area. One of our most important tasks is to offer guidance as to which school we feel will best suit your child’s needs when he/she leaves St David’s – our strong relationships with the local senior schools are the starting point, and personal meetings with the Head Teacher as well as our annual senior school information evening help make the task easier and less stressful.

We are often asked to which schools most of our leavers transfer. Listed opposite are offers of places received for the last few years. The numbers in brackets indicate the number of scholarships that were awarded by these establishments.

Please note that as some children have been offered more than one scholarship at a school, the number of scholarships awarded can sometimes be higher than the number of offers made.