Our Registration Procedures
Our Registration Procedures and Enrolment
(Early Years – Senior School)
Applications for registration of children at Chiswick House School and St Martin’s College are processed on a first-come, first-served basis and are subject to availability of place within the relevant entry level. We therefore recommend that parents who would like to register their children at Chiswick House School and St Martin’s College, contact the school as soon as possible.
Applicants who have successfully completed the registration process are enrolled within the school subject to availability of place within their entry level. In cases where full capacity has been reached within the relevant entry level, applicants are placed on a waiting list. A limited number of applicants are accepted on a waiting list for each level.
Parents who wish to register their child/ren at Chiswick House School & St Martin’s College are to contact our School Registrar, Ms Roberta Zammit Briffa.
Enquiry, Assessment and Registration Procedures
An introductory meeting is held with parents who are interested in sending their child to Chiswick House School and St Martin’s College. A representative from the Registrations Office will meet with the parents and the child.
Parents are requested to bring their child’s latest school report to the meeting. The school report is to be provided in English.
- Assessment procedures and selection process
In order to establish a child’s potential to cope with the academic requirements of the programme, the school assesses pupils in the following manner prior to registration.
The assessment for pupils applying to join the school at entry levels 2, 3, 4 or 5 takes the form of an entry assessment questionnaire which Parents/Guardians need to complete.
The assessment for students applying to join the school at entry levels 6 and above takes the form of a placement test in English, Mathematics and Maltese. The Maltese placement test does not apply for international applicants.
Parents must submit a copy of their child’s latest school report either together with the entry assessment questionnaire (Level 2 to Level 5) or on the day of the placement test (Level 6 to Level 11) whichever is applicable. The school report is to be produced on an official letterhead and accompanied by the contact details of the Head of School. The report must be in English – if not, an official translation must be produced prior to registration.
The Registrations Office at Chiswick House School and St Martin’s College reserves the right to contact the previous school of the student.
- Documentation required for registration
Based on the entry assessment/ placement test results, the school will determine whether a child may be accepted into Chiswick House School and St Martin’s College. Should the school confirm that a child may be accepted, the following documentation will be required in order to register the child:
- Fully completed and signed registration form
- Child’s latest school report (The report must be in English – if not, an official translation must be produced prior to registration.)
- Child’s original birth certificate. (If an original certificate cannot be provided, an authenticated copy of the original birth certificate must be produced. Furthermore, the birth certificate must be in English – if not, a certified official translation must be produced.)
- Photocopy of the child’s passport/ ID card
- Photocopy of parents’ passports/ID cards
- Photocopy of the child’s vaccination card (only applicable to International applicants)
- One coloured passport size photo of the child (from 2yrs upward)
- Head’s Reference Form (for students entering Levels 6 – 11)
Enrolment fees are to be paid upon registration. These include a registration fee, a deposit on school fees/ refundable contribution, and an entry fee. Enrolment fees may be paid in cash, by cheque payment, or bank transfer.
IMPORTANT TO NOTE
Prior to full settlement of the enrolment fees and to submission of the required documentation as stated above, the school will not be in a position to process an application for registration.