Upton Court Grammar School 11 Plus (11+) Exam Information
Address: Upton Court Grammar School, Lascelles Road, Slough, SL3 7PR
School Website: www.uptoncourtgrammar.org.uk
School Type: Mixed Grammar
Number of Pupils: 1027
Number of Places in Year 7: 165
Number of Applicants per Place: 7+ applicants for every place
Open Day Date: September
Exam Date: September
Exam Board Type: CEM (Cambridge Assessment)
About Upton Court Grammar School
Founded in 1912, Upton Court Grammar School is a co-educational selective school that achieved academy status in 2011. Previously known as Slough Grammar, it has specialisms in languages and science and is based in Slough, Berkshire. Over 1,000 students from a range of backgrounds are taught a varied curriculum, while the school invests in their overall wellbeing. The school encourages its pupils to be creative, offering a variety of co-curricular activities such as music, drama and arts across the school year.
Slough Consortium 11 Plus Arrangements
Upton Court Grammar School is part of the Slough Consortium of Grammar Schools with Herschel Grammar School, Langley Grammar School and St Bernard’s Catholic Grammar School. The four grammar schools in Slough operate as a consortium for the purposes of the 11+ entrance examination. The schools use a common 11+ entrance examination and administer it according to common procedures. A child sits just one 11+ examination, irrespective of how many of the Slough Consortium grammar schools parents are applying to.
Registering for Upton Court Grammar 11 Plus Exam
If you are thinking of applying to one or more of the four grammar schools in Slough as a choice for your child, the first step is to register your child to take the Consortium 11+ entrance examination. You can access registration information at Slough Consortium.
Upton Court Grammar School 11 Plus Exam
The examination consists of two separate papers, each of approximately 60-65 minutes duration, containing a variety of questions which will test verbal, numerical and non-verbal ability. Questions on both papers have a range of answer formats. Pupils indicate their answers on a separate answer sheet which is marked by computer and must be filled in exactly as directed in the instructions. The question booklet will not be marked and answers cannot be transcribed to the answer sheet after the examination. These exams are set by CEM.
How to Prepare for Upton Court Grammar School’s Eleven Plus Exam
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