Registration Form

We are very glad that you wish to register your son for a place at Caldicott. Please read through the following information carefully and complete the form below.

Parents may register their child at any time, and following this, a member of the Admissions team will be in contact to advise the next stage of the entry process.

Registration includes the payment of a non-refundable administrative fee of £100. All places are dependent upon availability and are awarded at the discretion of the Headmaster following a friendly, informal and age-appropriate assessment. For in-year enquiries, we would advise checking the availability of places in your son’s year group in the first instance.

Terms and Conditions

  • Day boys transfer to boarding for their last two years, this will normally be in the Autumn Term following their 11th birthday.
  • Fees are payable before the beginning of term in accordance with the Acceptance Form, the Schedule of Fees, the School Rules and the Terms and Conditions (Parent Contract) (as in each case may be varied from time to time). The Governors reserve the right to charge interest on any overdue fees or supplemental charges.
  • If you wish to withdraw your child from the School (other than at the normal leaving date), you must either give us a clear term’s notice to that effect, in writing, to the Headmaster, or pay to the School a term’s fees in lieu of notice, at such rate as would have been charged for the final term of provision if a term’s notice had been given.


I/we have read and agree to the Terms and Conditions above and request that the named child/children be registered as a prospective pupil. A non-returnable fee of £100 will be paid, as specified on the Schedule of Fees. Payment is made at the end of this form.

I/we understand that:

  1. Registration of our child as a prospective pupil does not secure a place at the school, but does ensure that our child will be considered for selection as a pupil at the school.
  2. The school may process personal data about our child (or either of us), including sensitive personal data, such as medical details, for the purpose of administering its list of prospective pupils; its registration, selection and/or admissions procedures including as set out above; communicating with the parents of prospective pupils about the School and generally managing relationships between the School and its prospective pupils.
  3. In the event that our child is offered a place at the school, such an offer will be subject to the school’s Terms and Conditions, including School Rules, for the provision of educational services, which will bind us in the event that we accept the place.

In order to comply with our responsibilities as a registered Child Visa sponsor, I/we consent to us notifying and/or supplying information relating to you and/or your child’s right to enter, reside and/or study in the United Kingdom to the United Kingdom Visas and Immigration (UKVI) unit of the Home Office and, in any event, if your child is offered a place at the School, such an offer will be subject to us confirming that your child has the right to enter, live and study in the United Kingdom.

A copy of the current edition of the terms and conditions, including School Rules, is available below, however, this may be subject to change prior to the point in time when a place at the School for your child may be offered.

If applicable, the School may request from your child’s present school or educational institution: (a) information and a reference in respect of our child; and/or (b) information about any outstanding fees and/or supplemental charges.

I/we give consent to the information I/we have provided being processed by the School in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and as amended or superseded, including the General Data Protection Regulation (EU 2016/679) and the UK Data Protection Act 2018 and other related legislation. The School will process such personal data as set out in the Terms and Conditions and in the School’s Privacy Statement which is available on the School website, as may be amended from time to time.


  • This application must be signed by both parents unless, exceptionally, only one parent has parental responsibility. Any other person with parental responsibility for the pupil should also sign.
  • Parental responsibility is defined in the Children Act 1989 as ‘all rights, duties, powers and responsibilities and authority which by law a parent of a child has in relation to the child and his or her property’. It equates to legal responsibility for the child. If you have any doubts about whether you do or do not have parental responsibility for the child you may wish to seek legal advice.
  • For parents who are divorced or separated, it is the school’s responsibility in law to keep on record the name and address of the non-residential natural parent. The non-residential natural parent has right of access to information on his/her son’s education unless the school has on file a photocopy of the relevant Section 8 Specific Issue Court Order or Prohibited Steps Order.
  • To comply with Bucks County Council (BCC) Guidelines, we must inform them of any new admissions to Caldicott. We must also inform them when a pupil leaves Caldicott. This includes passing on the pupil’s name and address as well as the contact details for the parents. This information is sent to BCC via confidential email.