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Our Admissions

Admissions are open for learners from Grades 0 to 12. We accept admissions all year long and learners can join the Blue School at any time. We currently have fully-funded scholarship places to offer to a learner in Grade 2 or 3 (see below).

We have now received our registration from the Ministry of Education to expand our school up to Grade 12. We will be offering Cambridge International IGCSEs in Grade 10 and A-Levels in Grade 12. As these are two year courses of study, we will not take new pupils into an exam year unless they have already completed one year of study in the equivalent system. For more information please get in touch at info@luderitzblueschool.com

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Selected children will then be invited into school for a Trial Day(s). During the Trial Day(s), children will have a school tour and participate in the regular timetabled lessons and playtimes. They will also be required to complete an independent online aptitude test. This is not a test of what the child knows so much as an assessment of how they learn.

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Following the Trial Day, a member of the school management will contact parents to inform them whether the child has been successful. If a place is to be offered to the child, the parents will be invited in for a meeting with a member with School Management to discuss the next steps and receive all necessary paperwork. We will endeavour to inform parents whether their child has been successful or not within 7 days following the Trial Day.

Scholarship Places

The Lüderitz Blue School would like to make a top-class education available to as many children in Lüderitz as possible. We therefore offer a number of fully-funded scholarship places. The scholarship places available will increase in proportion to the number of enrolled learners at the school.

 

We currently have scholarship places available in Grades 2 or 3. The application process is the same as above but parents should enclose a 'motivation letter' that sets out why they are applying for a scholarship place and why they think their child would benefit from it. Please see the scholarship policy for more details.

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