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Hi there

I was looking for general advice please.

We live in Surbiton, so I understand we are in the area for Tiffins.

My daughter is entering year 4 in September, summer born as well.

She seems very academically able - and extremely motivated to learn.

Her state primary has a very strong reputation and tests 3 x a year.

She achieved 118 for reading, 118 for SPAG and 115 for maths in her end of year assessments. Max mark is 120.

She was assessed as "mastered" for reading, spag, writing and maths, and secure in science.

My question is does this seem to indicate she could have reasonable prospects of getting into Tiffins? How do you start to assess if your kid would have a decent chance?

I am aware she would be up against private school kids and kids that have been tutored from around year 3, and if not year 4, whereas I don't intend to formally tutor in year 4.

How do you start to assess whether your kid could get into a grammar, and especially one as competitive as Tiffins?

Grateful for any tips to a complete novice!

Thanks


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