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Class sizes vary from year group to year group, but on average there are approximately 14 pupils in any class.
Most teaching classes have between 10 and 20 pupils but many groups are smaller, particularly in specialist subject teaching classes in the Senior Years.
We offer means-tested bursaries. Applications should be submitted by December of the year preceding the entry year.
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The Nursery is in partnership with South Ayrshire Council the majority of applications are considered at the start of the year, however, if there are places available, applications will be considered at any time of year. Prospective parents make an appointment to meet the Head, bring their child along and view the school.
At these stages there are no formal tests. Pupils are invited to come into school for a day to allow an informal assessment to take place with the appropriate class teacher. Previous school reports are requested and an interview with the Head must also be arranged.
At these levels, pupils must sit tests in English and Mathematics, set by the school. Wellington School offers education to pupils within a wide ability range and the tests are based upon the syllabus used in most Scottish schools. An interview with the Headmaster must also be arranged.
Entry test guidance
Entry to these levels is on the basis of examination results, interview and previous school reports.
The School Bus service is provided Dodds of Troon. Dodds operate three routes for Wellington pupils covering a number of locations in East, North and South Ayrshire. In the academic year 2015/2016 the routes covered the following towns: Dundonald, Fenwick, Irvine, Kilmarnock, Kilwinning, Monkton, Prestwick, Stewarton, Symington, Troon and West Kilbride. Please note these routes change according to demand.
For up-to-date information on the bus routes, times and prices please contact Dodds of Troon directly. Parents interested in finding out more are advised to contact Mr T Sapwell via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone 01292 288100 or 07849 147600.
The split is roughly 50% female and 50% male.
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