Barnet, Bexley, Bromley, Enfield, Kingston upon Thames, Redbridge, Surrey, Sutton
There is one grammar school in Enfield and that is Latymer School which is an extremely popular and successful school. The main school and the sixth form are heavily oversubscribed with sometimes upto 10 applicants for each place. Pupils travel large distances to attend this school.
Enfield use assessment tests which are written by CEM (Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring at Durham University) and used by a consortium of Grammar Schools in the UK.
All consortium schools agree to administer the tests on the same day. The tests will consist of two 45 minute papers, each of which contains a mix of verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning and nonverbal reasoning components.
Schools have no advanced knowledge of the topics covered in the tests. Applicants are expected to show competence in skills appropriate to Key Stage 2 English and Mathematics, and to be able to apply these skills creatively.
These tests can only be taken once, at one consortium school. For parents applying to more than one consortium school, the test results will be shared between these schools. The raw scores will be optically marked and age standardised by CEM.
The ranking is determined by the aggregate of the age standardised scores of both tests. There are no practice papers for sale in respect of these tests. A familiarisation sheet of questions will be available on our website.
The Latymer School have other admission criteria for the apporoximately 192 pupils that enter year 7.
Director of Education, Children's Services and Leisure.
London Borough of Enfield
PO Box 56,
Telephone: 020 8366 6565
Fax: 020 8982 7375
Enfield grammar schools
Local Education Authority
Kingston Upon Thames Schools
Kingston Upon Thames
Kingston schools information on the 11 plus tests
There are grammar schools in the Kingston-upon-Thames Council area who cater for children who have passed their eleven plus exam (selection tests).
Kingston-upon-Thames Council provide an excellent booklet of advice for the parents of children who are about to sit their elevenplusexam. The booklet contains a wealth of information about selective and non-selective schools in their council area.
For entry to secondary school or grammar school in September of the following school year children will usually sit their 11 plus exam in the autumn term of their last primary school year- often in October.
Children may take the following eleven plus tests.
Non-Verbal reasoning test
Verbal reasoning test
The tests are marked, the scores standardised and results are issued usually in March. In this region it is possible that there will be five or six applications for each grammar school place.
Kingston Upon Thames LA
Director of Education & Leisure Services, Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames, Guildhall 2, High Street, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, KT1 1EU
Telephone: 020 8546 2121
Fax: 020 8547 5296
Kingston upon Thames Grammar Schools
The Tiffin Girls' School
Mrs Edwina Grant
Director of Education and Lifelong Learning, London Borough of Redbridge, Lynton House, 255-259 High Road, Ilford, Essex, IG1 1NN
Telephone: 020 8478 3020
Fax: 020 8478 9044
Redbridge Grammar Schools
Ilford County High School for Boys
Woodford County High School for Girls
Dr Paul Gray
Director of Education, Surrey County Council, County Hall, Penrhyn Road, Kingston upon Thames, KT1 2DJ
Telephone: 08456 009 009
Fax: 020 8541 9503
Surrey Grammar Schools
Nonsuch High School for Girls
Strategic Director of Learning for Life, The Grove, Carshalton, Surrey, SM5 3AL
Telephone: 020 8770 6500
Fax: 020 8770 6545
Sutton Grammar Schools
Sutton Grammar School for Boys
Wallington County Grammar School
Wallington High School for Girls
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Please contact your LA or chosen grammar school for all admission and eleven plus exam queries.