It is the first time the team have played together and the fixture consisted of two 20 and two 15 minute quarters to allow the coaches to experiment with different combinations ahead of the big game against Ireland Under18s Clubs next Sunday (Ashbourne RFC, Dublin, 11:30).
Worcester immediately put England on the back foot as they kept possession and controlled the play to take a 17-0 lead after 15 minutes.
It was not until the second quarter, after both sides had made several tabled changes, that England really began to threaten the Worcester defence and good acceleration from Tom Bowen put England on the score sheet.
Defensive weaknesses allowed the score board to keep ticking over for the academy side but tries either side of half time from Joe Bartlett's pick-and-go and Tom Crozier's driving run reduced the deficit to 21-36 and brought the game within reach.
The forwards were strong in the set piece and made telling tackles but were unable to deny a powerful and pacey Worcester side utilising the width to full advantage.
England gained confidence and improved as a team as the game progressed and showed their offensive potential with inspirational runs from JJ Kilmartin and tries from Hugo Govett and Nico Woodward. Captain, Freddie Gabbitass converted three, and Joe Bartlett one, of the five scores.
An additional two Worcester tries in the final ten minutes created a score of 58-33 which suggests Worcester's domination but does not reflect the endeavour of an England team who can take many positives from the game as well as identify the areas for improvement.
"We have learned a lot from playing a very strong and physical Worcester team," said Head Coach, Paul Mullan. "We chose to play our warm up game against them because we wanted a stern test and that is what we got."
"We've only had a limited amount of training time and today was an important stepping stone. It is the first time the boys have played together so we tried different combinations and different passages of play.
"We scored five tries and I'm pleased with some areas of our game but disappointed with others and that's what we will really have to work on in Guildford next week so that we get it right and ensure that it all comes together for the Sunday match against Ireland."
The team meet again on Friday (April 8) at Guildford Surrey Sports Park before flying to Dublin on Saturday.
1 Hugh McBride (Bromsgrove School, North Midlands)
2 Nico Woodward (St. Peter's, Coney Hill, Gloucestershire)
3 Ross Harrison (Lymm High School, Lymm, Cheshire)
4 Elliott Stooke (Hartpury College, Gloucestershire)
5 Joe Robinson (Sedbergh, Newcastle Falcons, Cumbria)
6 Hugo Govett (Leeds Grammar School, Yorkshire)
7 Hugh Lockhart (Bromsgrove School, Bromsgrove, North Midlands)
8 Daniel Lee (Ivybridge Community College, Crediton, Devon)
9 Henry Taylor (Cranleigh, Marlow, Bucks)
10 Freddie Gabbitass (Millfield, Bath Rugby, Somerset)
11 Tom Bowen (Sussex Downs College, Lewes, Sussex)
12 Henry Purdy (Cokethorpe, Chipping Norton, Oxon)
13 Tom Harty (Epsom College, Cobham, Surrey)
14 Jacob Wilson (Cokethorpe, Wasps, Oxon)
15 Jamie-John Kilmartin (Millfield, Harlequins, Somerset)
1 Kieran Ball (Wellington College, Essex)
2 Tom Crozier (Colchester VI College, Colchester, Eastern Counties)
3 Matthew Lamont (Ivybridge Community College, Ivybridge, Devon)
4 Joseph Bartlett (Ivybridge Community College, Taunton, Somerset)
5 Harry Sloan (Skinners, Harlequins, Kent)
6 James Crossley (Wymondham College, North Walsham, Eastern Counties)
7 Josh Pettet (Cranbrook, Sevenoaks, Kent)
1 Kieran Ball, 2 Tom Crozier, 3 Ross Harrison, 4 Josh Pettet, 5 Joe Robinson, 6 Hugo Govett, 7 Matthew Lamont, 8 Daniel Lee, 9 Joe Bartlett, 10 Freddie Gabbitass, 11 Tom Bowen, 12 Harry Sloan, 13 James Crossley, 14 Tom Harty, 15 Jamie-John Kilmartin.
Hugh McBride, Nico Woodward, Elliot Stooke, Hugh Lockhart, Henry Taylor, Henry Purdy, Jacob Wilson