11+ admissions process - September 2020 admission
Year 7 entry
As an academy Langley Grammar School operates as its own admissions authority and collaborates in an 11+ testing consortium with Herschel, St Bernard’s Catholic and Upton Court Grammar Schools for entry to Year 7.
Admission to any of the four grammar schools in Slough is based on reaching an eligibility score in the consortium 11+ examination. Any child reaching a score of 111 on a standardised scale (this score represents approximately the top third of the 11+ examination outcome range) is deemed potentially suitable for a grammar school place and is eligible for consideration for admission. However, each of the four schools have different criteria for admission in the event of over subscription.
Admissions arrangements for 2020 entry
11+ examination registration
11+ registration for children to sit the test in September 2019 for year 7 admission in September 2020 will open on Wednesday 1 May 2019 and close at midnight on Friday 14 June 2019.
To register your child to sit the 11+ examination for the Slough Consortium of Grammar schools, please click here
Open mornings at Langley Grammar School
Parents and children will be able to tour the school with our current students. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions of the Headteacher, Deputy Headteacher and Admissions Officer. Places on the tours must be booked in advance.
Open morning tours will take place on:
Friday 7 June at 9.00am and 10.00am
Thursday 13 June at 9.00am
To book your place on a tour, please use this link:
Details of the admissions timetable for entry to Year 7 in September 2020 can be found in the Key Dates document below.
Further information about the admissions process for entry to Year 7 in September 2020 can be found in the following documents which can be found at the end of this page.
Slough Consortium - Guide to the 11+ examination
Frequently Asked Questions
Singapore Visit to Langley Grammar
On Wednesday 24th March, a few students from each year had the opportunity to showcase their computing and iPad skills to delegates from the Ministry of Education in Singapore. The main purpose of their visit was to understand how computing is taught in UK secondary schools.