|Secondary Schools||Number of Offers||Accepted|
|Marylebone Boys’ School||3||2|
|Marylebone Girls’ School||15||3|
|City of London||5||1 full bursary|
|North London Collegiate||4||3/1 bursary|
|Merchant Taylor for Boys||4|
|Dulwich College||1||1 scholarship|
|St Pauls Girls||1||1|
|Latymer Upper||7||7 declined|
|Godolphin and Latymer||7||7 declined|
|Francis Holland||7||4 declined 2 full bursary 1 accepted|
|Mill Hill||1||1 declined full scholarship|
|South Hampstead||5||5 declined|
|Queens College||2||1 accepted|
|Haberdasher Askies||1||1 declined|
|Noting Hill and Ealing||3||3 declined 1 waiting|
|St Benedict Secondary||1||1 declined|
|Dulston Court Secondary||1||1|
Pupils from Hampden Gurney have applied for an increasingly wide number of schools, both from within the borough of Westminster and slightly further afield. Parents and pupils generally start looking at prospective secondary schools in the autumn term of Year 6 when many local schools have Open Days, but it is good to have an idea of the sort of school that you would like your child to attend before this.
Details on the secondary schools in Westminster, and how to apply are contained in the Westminster Secondary School admissions brochure, Westminster - your choice for secondary education. Further information about applying for Westminster schools can be found on the 'Transferring to Secondary Schools' page on the Westminster council's website.
Those parents wishing to apply for independent and grammar schools will need to approach these schools directly for information and application forms. Most have Open Days in the autumn term, with entrance exams following in early January. Offer dates for independent schools are usually published in March. The list below, although not exhaustive, gives an idea of some of the choices that parents have made for their children in the recent past.