Hi, I am not in the Kent area but this might help
Kent Schools Information On The 11plus Tests
Choosing a school for your child is an important decision and the 11 plus exam (11+) will play a part in your choice of school. Grammar schools in the Kent Council area cater for children who are deemed selective under the 11+ exams prepared by NFER (National Foundation for Educational Research.)
Kent 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 2006 children will sit their 11+ tests in January 2006.
Children will take the following eleven plus tests:
Verbal reasoning test
Non-Verbal reasoning test
English writing exercise
The tests are marked, the scores standardised and results issued.
Schools are asked not to coach children for the assessment process.
Further information is available at www.kent.gov.uk
Mr Graham Badman
Strategic Director - Education & Libraries, Kent County Council, Sessions House, County Hall, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1XQ
Telephone: 01622 671411
Fax: 01622 694091
Best of Luck