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St John's School Entry assessment

St John's School Entry Assessment - January 2021

St John's entry assessment will be online and will use inbuilt invigilation software provided by Mettl, which includes artificial intelligence, to ensure the process is as fair as possible. The invigilators are all St John's School staff. The software will take a photograph of the child for authorisation purposes before the assessment starts. No personal data is uploaded to the system other than the child's first name.

Compatibility

Thank you for completing the Compatibility Test and form. Should you need to revisit the compatibility instructions, please follow the link below. If you have not already submitted your form, please click here to confirm you have completed the compatibility test.

Entry Assessment Guide

Please find below the link to our entry assessment guide. Although the guide is quite long, the test is straightforward and the on-screen instructions are easy to follow.

 

If you experience any issues, please contact our IT department (Monday to Friday) on 01372 385 464 (8.00am - 5.00pm) or 07391 682164 (9.00am - 6.00pm).

Our Admissions team are also available to support in any way on admissions@stjohns.surrey.sch.uk

 

Data Protection, Information Security and Safeguarding 

The School’s Privacy Notices for Pupils and Parents were signposted at the point of Registration and are available on the website by clicking here.  

In summary, the School needs to process your / your child’s personal data in order to progress your application for a place at St John’s School, to fulfil our various legal rights, duties and obligations and in accordance with the School’s legitimate interests (or the legitimate interests of another) provided that these are not outweighed by the impact on individuals, and provided it does not involve special or sensitive types of data.   

The School expects that the use and processing of your personal data for the purpose of selection and admission of pupils (including confirming the identity of prospective pupils and their parents) will fall within “legitimate interests”.  

Third party processing by Mettl: Mettl provides the software which supports our online admissions entry assessments. The software and data processing complies with UK GDPR and ISO 27001:2013, the standard for Information Security. 
Safeguarding: The operation and invigilation of the online entry assessments complies with our E-safety Policy, Safeguarding and Protecting Children Policy and Procedures.  

Any queries about privacy or compliance please contact Carol Robinson, Director of Operations and Compliance on crobinson@stjohns.surrey.sch.uk