Children are admitted to Reception class if they have passed their second birthday on 1st September of the year of admission. Children are expected to be toilet-trained, ready to spend time away from home, and to respond normally to stimuli.
Children must be above age 3 but under age 4 on 1st September of the year of admission. For admission to Foundation, children are assessed for their independence and ability to respond intelligently and normally to stimuli.
Children must be above age 4 but under age 5 on 1st September of the year of admission. For admission to Pre-1, children are assessed for their understanding of English language, letters of alphabet (English), numbers, as well as independence and conduct.
Class 1 to Class 4
Children must be above age 5 but under age 6 on 1st September of the year of admission. For each successive class, a year should be added to the age. For admission, children take a written test in English and Maths. Children are also assessed for their English reading and spoken English.
Class 5 to Class 8
Children must be aged 9 – 10 on 1st September of the year in which they seek admission to Class 5. For each successive class, a year should be added. Applicants are required to sit a written entrance examination in English and Maths.
Form III to Form V
Children entering Class 9 must have passed their 13th birthday by 1st September of the year of admission and must pass the entrance tests in English & Maths, (and Science, if applicable).
Admission to the A Level course at Bloomfield Hall School is granted to those who hold O Levels or other equivalent qualifications. For admissions into Bloomfield Hall’s A Level programme a candidate must have the following qualifications:
At least 5 O Level passes including English and Maths (or the equivalent)
Those opting for science subjects at A Level must have passed science subjects at O Level with good grades.