Admissions (ages 7-13)

Entry to Millfield Prep School is possible into all year groups, with the largest intake at Year 7. We will consider entry in January and April, as well as in September.

If you would like to consider a place at Millfield Prep for your child, the first thing to do is to come and visit us. We would be delighted to give you a tour of the school and, if you think your child would enjoy Millfield Prep, you can formally apply for a place by completing the Registration Form. If you are unable to visit, we can offer a virtual introduction to Millfield Prep School. Please do fill in the form below if you would like a virtual tour.

Following this, we will request a reference from your current school and, on receipt of a satisfactory report, invite you to bring your child for interview and assessment. If they would like to spend the day with us, they would be most welcome. We would then formally offer a place and the return of the Acceptance Form and Fee completes the entry procedure.

You may, of course, enter your child for future years, but we would not normally complete the paperwork until the year preceding admission. Most children transfer to Millfield School for Year 9, subject to a satisfactory final report from the Headmistress.



Millfield has been closely monitoring information released from the UK Government to establish how Brexit might affect prospective students who live overseas. This information provides a practical interpretation of the UK Government’s current immigration proposals and is based upon the Boarding Schools’ Association Autumn Briefing (September 2019) and information on the Gov.UK website.

The information is accurate at time of writing (16 December 2020) and will be updated should there be a change in political circumstances or UK Government policy. For more information please read Advice for Prospective Millfield Students.

Girls laughing together at breaktime at Millfield Prep School in Glastonbury, Somerset