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PostPosted: Mon Apr 10, 2006 9:08 am 
My child will join year 5 in September, taking 11plus in Jan of year 6. We will be in Kent scheme for grammar. I know I am starting early, but wanted to begin some preparation at home with my child in year 5. I am slightly confused as to who is best placed to advise me on correct syllabus to follow, i.e., types of papers sat in West kent. The area will be Tunbridge Wells/Tonbridge. Do I contact Education dept of local council, will they be able to give me definitive list of paper types, are the paper types revised every year? I do sound rather unclued up, any advice welcome. Just wanted to have everything in place when time comes. Child appears capable so far, but have been advised by teacher friend to tutor either myself or with outside tuition to gain exam technique, regardless of how capable child is. Many thanks

PostPosted: Mon Apr 10, 2006 11:45 am 

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Hi guest5,

The best place to advise on 11+ syllabus varies depending on the region. It can be the council education department, a grammar school, or a grammar consortium.
You could contact Kent County Council admission department and they may advise you or redirect you to the right place.
You could also repeat your post in the Kent section below where you would have more chance to have your question noticed by someone who knows the area.

Best of luck


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