11 Plus Schools

Hertfordshire - Barnet & Enfield 11 plus

London Borough of Barnet

The admissions brochure can be downloaded from the London Borough of Barnet website.

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Henrietta Barnett School Admissions Information Entry 2020

Places 93 in Year 7
The School receives in excess of 2000 applicants for 93 places in Year 7
Closing Dates 31st October 2019 for CAF form
Closes – 17th July 2019 by 5pm
11+ Test Dates Round One – 3rd September 2019
Round Two – early October 2019 (date to be confirmed)
Test Types There are two parts
Round One: Verbal Reasoning, Non-Verbal Reasoning and English – GL Assessment
Round Two: English and Mathematics
The first round of Tests is used to determine which candidates are, and which are not, of the necessary academic
standard to be considered for a place.
Following the First Round Tests, the results of the verbal, non-verbal and English questions will be combined,
standardised and placed in rank order. On the basis of this rank order, the top 300 candidates will be invited back
to sit the second round of Tests.
Familiarisation paper Verbal Reasoning
Non-Verbal Reasoning
Allocation March 2020
Admissions Henrietta Barnett
Admissions Policy 2020

Appropriate Practice Materials for Henrietta Barnett

Verbal Reasoning
Non-Verbal Reasoning

Queen Elizabeth’s School Entry 2019

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Open Evening Thursday 5th July 2018
Closing Dates 31st October 2016 for CAF form
Test Registration – Friday 13th July 2018 (noon)
Forms available from 1st May 2018
11+ Test Dates Thursday 20th September 2018
11+ Test Types Maths and English both multiple choice.
Both papers will be sat in one session.
Examiner GL Assessment
Scores Scores are standardised and then combined and then listed in rank order. Those who achieve a combined score of 210 will be deemed to have met the standard required. Achieving the required score does not however guarantee that a place will be offered. In the event of applicants scoring the same mark, allocation will be determined by the distance to the school
Test Results Posted to parents Friday 5th October 2018 (provisional)
Allocation 1st March 2019
Admissions Queen Elizabeth
Admissions Policy 2019
Recommended Materials Maths Practice Materials see here
English Practice Materials see here

Queen Elizabeth School’s previous scores

Number taking the test Number reaching the minimum score Number of Applicants Lowest score gaining admission
Sept 2017 entry 2224 801 892 224
Sept 2016 entry 2204 770 869 226
Sept 2015 entry 1946 699 837 222
Sept 2014 entry 1985 718 830 223
Sept 2013 entry 1631 575 717 227

The number of applicants exceed the number achieving the required score because some applicants still make an application despite not passing.

Mill Hill County High School Admissions Information for September 2019 Entry

From two tests, there is now only one test. There is no longer a Mathematics test.

Places 243 places in Year 7
Type Mixed, partially selective
Open Evening September 2018, date to be confirmed
Closing Dates 31st October 2018 for CAF form
Registration deadline: Friday 18th May 2018 3pm
(Registration opens Friday 30th March 2018)
11 + Test Dates Saturday 15th September 2018 – Aptitude Test: Verbal Reasoning & Abstract Reasoning(non-verbal), multiple choice
Saturday 16th June 2018 and Sunday 8th July 2018 – Dance auditions
Sunday 10th June 2018, Sunday 24th June 2018 and Saturday 30th June 2018 – Music auditions
Examiners GL Assessment
Notification Test times and auditions – by Friday 1st June 2018
Results Dance/Music results – by Friday 20th July 2018
Aptitude results – by Friday 19th October 2018
Allocations 1st March 2019
Other information The following criteria is used for admissions:-
1. Looked after children (Children in public care) or previously looked afterchildren
2. 90 pupils on the basis of geographical proximity
3. Siblings
4. Children of members of the teaching staff of Mill Hill County High School
5. Up to 24 technology, 24 music and 12 dance places
Numbers for 2017 Admissions:-
*There were 1148 applications for 243 places.
*There were 1148 applications for ‘geography’ places, with 108 places being allocated, the furthest address being 1.090 miles from the Head’s office.
*2266 children sat the Technology Aptitude Test for 24 places.
*420 children were auditioned for 24 Musical Aptitude places.
*211 children were auditioned for 12 Dance Aptitude places.
Admission numbers for previous years see HERE
Recommended Practice Materials Verbal Reasoning
Non-verbal Reasoning
Admissions Mill Hill County High School
Admissions Policy 2019
Tel: 020 8238 8180
Email: admin@mhchs.org.uk

St Michaels’ Admissions Information for September 2018 Entry

Places 96 places in Year 7
Type Girls Grammar
Open Evening Wednesday 28th June 2017
Closing Dates 31st October 2017 for CAF form
Tuesday 11th July 2017 for Test Registration
11 + Test Date Friday 15th September 2017
11+ Test Types Verbal Reasoning, Non-verbal Reasoning, English, Mathematics, all multiple choice format
Examiners GL Assessment
Scores Children are ranked in order starting from highest score. A minimum score must be reached in each paper. Where applicants have equal scores, the verbal reasoning score will be considered first, then non-verbal reasoning, then English, then Maths.
Allocation March 2018
Admissions St Michael’s
Admissions Policy 2018
Recommended Practice Materials Verbal reasoning
Non-verbal reasoning

London Borough of Enfield

Latymer School

There is only one grammar school in Enfield, the Latymer School, which is mixed.
In 2016 there were 1974 applications. In 2012 there were 1741 applications (for 2013 entry). In 2011 there were 1675 applicants. In 2008 there were 1778 applications.

Latymer allocate up to 20 places based on exceptional musical standard. Those seeking these places have to also sit the entrance test.

Note: Latymer 11+ change for 2018

For entry 2018, Latymer School has changed it’s entrance test to a two stage testing and have also changed the exam provider from CEM to GL Assessment
They will have the stage one test in July 2017 which will entail multiple choice Mathematics and Verbal Reasoning.

The top 650 applicants will be invited back to sit the stage two test in September 2017 which will be a full written English paper consisting of a comprehension and writing exercise.

Latymer Admissions Information for entry September 2019

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Places 192 in Year 7 (Mixed)
Open Evening Wednesday 27th June 2018 or Thursday 28th June 2018
Closing Dates 31st October 2018 for CAF form
Registration form: Tuesday 3rd July 2018, 4pm
Registration opens on Monday 18th June 2018
11+ Test Dates Sunday 2nd September 2018
11+ Test Types and Scores All applicants will be invited to sit tests in Mathematics, Verbal Reasoning and a written English paper. The Mathematics and Verbal Reasoning test will be provided by GL Assessment, will be one hour in duration and of multiple choice format. The English paper will be set by the school and will include both reading and writing sections, it will be 45 minutes in duration. Applicants are expected to show competence in skills appropriate to Key Stage 2 English and Mathematics. On receipt of the standardised results for the Mathematics and Verbal Reasoning Paper, parents will be informed in writing if their child has a ranking position within the top 650 candidates who attempted this paper. Only candidates ranked within the top 650 of the Mathematics and Verbal Reasoning test will have their written English paper marked. Candidates who fall below the 650 threshold in the Verbal Reasoning and Mathematics paper will not be considered for admission to the school.
Criteria The following criteria will be applied in order of priority:
1. A child with special needs (must be ranked in top 650)
2. A child in care (must be ranked in top 650)
3. Maximum of 20 applicants from the inner area who show musical talent
4. Maximum of 20 applicants from the inner area eligible for Pupil Premium
5. Remaining places being offered to those in the inner are with highest aggregate age standardised scores
The inner area consists of the following postcodes (there is no preference within this list):
E2, E4, E5, E8, E9, E17, EN1, EN2, EN3, EN4, EN5 (Sectors 1, 2, 4, 5 only), EN8 (Sectors 7, 8, 9 only), N1 (not N1C), N2, N3, N4, N5, N6, N7, N8, N9, N10, N11, N12, N13, N14, N15, N16, N17, N18, N19, N20, N21, N22.
Test Results October 2018
Allocation 2March 2019
Admissions Latymer School
Draft Admissions Policy 2019
Recommended Practice Materials Verbal Reasoning see here
Maths see here
English see here

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Page updated 12th February 2019