Head Master's Welcome
    At Worth we educate and nurture boys and girls between the ages of 11 to 18 in the Catholic and Benedictine traditions. They are encouraged to discern their purpose in life and to learn "to listen with the ear of the heart" (The Rule of St Benedict).

    Our School is set in 500 acres of glorious Sussex countryside in the South East of England, just 15 minutes from Gatwick and within easy reach of London and its other airports. It's the perfect backdrop for learning and we instil within each student intellectual curiosity, creativity and excellence. They are encouraged to develop their individuality whilst also living within a community that inspires learning, worship, friendship and service. Responding to the individual needs of each student is central to our mission and enables us to prepare each person to be joyful, successful and to make a positive difference to the world. Worth is a school which enables your son or daughter to be the best they can be, reach high levels of achievement, and be part of a supportive and invigorating community which prepares them for life beyond school. 

    I very much hope that you will visit and see for yourself what this beautiful, distinctive and special community has to offer.

    I look forward to meeting you.

    Gino Carminati, MA FRSA
    Head Master

    Visit our Admissions section to find out more about joining Worth School


    The Admissions Process
    1. Contact the School and request a prospectus
    2. Attend one of our Open Days
    3. Complete the registration form
    4. Arrange an individual visit to the School
    5. Dependent on age, either entrance tests or interview
    6. Enrolment in September and induction day for new pupils
    Today at Worth School
    Our Benedictine Ethos

    The Rule of St Benedict was written some 1,500 years ago for religious communities in an age very different from what we know today. Yet the wisdom of The Rule remains a clear and practical guide for modern day life and the complexities of 21st century living. Within our Benedictine ethos we discover how to structure community living which enables the individual to find personal strength, success and contentment whilst also establishing a genuinely supportive environment.

    At Worth we recognise that everyone in our community is on a personal spiritual journey. Our experiences and relationships can be transformed on a daily basis by the power of God’s infinite love and by our response to that love. Our Benedictine tradition encourages young people to go on a journey of self-awareness and understanding. It inspires them to consider by thought, action and prayer, to know themselves and their potential, whilst learning how to live with virtue and integrity. Their journey is not a solitary path but one shared and supported by the entire community.

    Read more about our Benedictine ethos

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