St Bernard's Catholic Grammar School
|Type of School||Grammar|
1 Langley Road
|Admission Year||Sept 2024|
|Gender in YEAR 7||Mixed|
|Virtual Open Day||
We operate a shared 11+ entrance examination process using the same examination papers and common eligibility criteria. The 11+ examination for entry to Year 7 in September 2024 will be held on Saturday 16 September 2023.
|Registration||27/4/2023 - 12/6/2023|
|Number of Places||150|
|Number of Rounds||1|
The structure and format of the examinations from September 2023 will be similar to those used under the previous provider. Pupils will sit two test papers, with questions covering a combination of verbal and non-verbal reasoning, English and mathematics.
A standardised score of 111 or above in the entrance tests means that an applicant is eligible for consideration for admission to the school. There is, however, no guarantee of a place, even for those children who have attained the eligibility score, if there are more applications than places available.
Candidates with a date of birth outside of the expected date range for Year 6 children will have their age adjusted through the standardisation process.
Admission Policy 2024
- Granada Learning (GL)
St Bernard’s Catholic Grammar School is part of the Slough Consortium of Grammar Schools and operates the GL Assessment 11+ entrance examination to assess eligibility of students through ability.
A standardised score of 111 is the minimum score required to be eligible for consideration for admission, as described above.
- Multiple Subject Paper (MSP)
The structure and format of the examinations from September 2023 will be similar to those used under the previous provider. Pupils will sit two test papers, with questions covering a combination of verbal and non-verbal reasoning, English and mathematics. All marking and standardisation will be carried out by the test provider.
|Name||Document or Link||Subjects|
|Multiple Papers||View||English, Maths, Verbal Reasoning, Non-Verbal Reasoning|
Parents are advised to read the information about the 11+ examination process which will be posted on the websites of each of the four grammar schools later this term, and should not rely on other sources which may not be accurate.