The 11+ test is given in year 6 to students if students obtain a mark of 121 or above to then qualify for a grammar schools. The secondary transfer test is provided by GL Assessment for 2020. Our students have a high pass rate and are continuously assessed from the first day they join; this is then a continuous process with regular mock 11+ tests to enable your child to have the best chance of gaining a place in a grammar school. Parents are updated regularly with test scores and reports of your child's current level. Your child will be working with qualified experienced teachers who specialise in the 11+.

The test will check if your child can think through and work out verbal, numerical and non-verbal questions problems.

4 weeks at 2 hours a week

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Course Overview

The 11+ is an examination administered for students in their last year of primary education to determine their admission to secondary schools and the next step to their learning.

This course, taught by our fully-qualified teachers, gives pupils the basic foundation of what is expected to come in the future years of secondary education, improving and advancing ones skills in subjects such as core English and Maths.

Our course consists of both exam boards for the 11+, CEM and GL, giving  you the freedom of choice to choose your preferred board.

We take care and precaution in our teaching, and make an effort to monitor our students progress in their education frequently.

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  • English
  • Maths
  • Verbal reasoning
  • Non-verbal reasoning


  • Comprehension exercises, where children have to read a passage of text and answer questions on it
  • Spelling, where children are asked to spot mistakes
  • Use of capital letters and punctuation
  • Word choice and grammar, where children can show their understanding of the English language


  • Knowledge of times tables
  • Apply the four basic operations (+ – x ÷)
  • Quick mental arithmetic
  • Graph reading
  • Understanding of shapes, space & measures


Verbal Reasoning

  • Processing verbal information
  • Identifying patterns
  • Similarities and differences between words
  • Demonstrating understanding of the rules and meaning of language
  • Applying logical thinking and problem-solving skills

Non-Verbal Reasoning

  • Process graphic information and follow patterns and rules
  • Use of spatial awareness
  • Apply mathematical skills – rotation, reflection and symmetry
  • Apply logical thinking and problem-solving skills