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Langley Grammar School

Langley Grammar School

Admission to Year 7 - September 2022

School allocations

Parents will be able to access their child's school allocation through their relevant local authority portal on 1st March 2022. 

Parents who have been allocated a place at Langley Grammar School will receive an email from the school with a formal offer a place. The letter will contain further details of what parents should do to accept the place. 


If your child has not been offered a place in their preferred grammar school which you named on the common application form, you may appeal by using the online appeals form available through Slough consortium website. This can be accessed by clicking here from Tuesday 1 March 2022.

Appeals must be made by Wednesday 6 April 2022.

Results of the 11+ examination held in Sept 2021

The results of the 11+ entrance examination for the Slough Consortium of Grammar Schools were published in late October through the Slough Consortium portal.

Please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)  and the Statistics summary for 2021 entry via the link below.  You can contact any of the grammar schools with queries, but please note that we will not be able to provide any further information other than that included in these documents.


Admissions Arrangements for September 2022 entry

The school's Determined Admissions Arrangements (the admissions policy) for entry in September 2022 can be found by clicking the following link:

These arrangements will also govern in-year admissions during the 2022-23 academic year. 

11+ examination arrangements

Registration for the 11+ examination for entry to year 7 in September 2022 closed at midnight on Monday 14 June.  

Testing arrangements for registered candidates were emailed to parents on Tuesday 13 July, and again on Monday 6th September.

A link to a health declaration form was also emailed to parents on Tuesday 7 September. 

The main 11+ test was held on Saturday 11th September 2021. A catch-up examination was held approximately two weeks later for those pupils who were ill on the main test day. 

The Slough Consortium Guide to the 11+ examination and Frequently Asked Questions document can be found at the end of this page.  

The usual Consortium 11+ Information Evening presentations normally held in early May did not take place this year.  Instead, there is a recorded presentation about the 11+ arrangements which can be accessed below:

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Late testing 

Parents who were interested in entering their child for the Slough Consortium 11+ test for entry in September 2022 were able to register for the test over a six-week period in May and June 2021.

The test was held on Saturday 11th September 2021.  Any pupil who had been registered but who was unable to attend because of illness was invited to a further session in late September.

Parents who missed the original registration were able to notify the consortium and were invited to register for a late testing session. This session took place in late January 2022. The aim of arranging this session was to enable those who had named one of the Slough grammar schools on the Common Application Form to still take the 11+ test.  This is in line with the requirements of section 2.9 of the School Admissions Code.

The Consortium will not be offering any further testing opportunities for September 2022 entry to pupils who were resident in the area prior to the closing date for the Common Application Form on 31st October. Where a pupil has moved into the area after 31st October and therefore not applied to any schools through the Slough CAF, parents are advised to contact the Local Authority to discuss how they might apply local schools, including grammar schools.