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Langley Grammar School

Langley Grammar School

11+ admissions process - September 2020 admission


Due to building works taking place at the school there will be no parking on site.  The roads next to the school are narrow and become gridlocked very quickly so please do not park in Reddington Drive, Wilford Road, Darrell Close, Paget Road, Stanley Green East, Kimberley Close and Churchill Road.  If you live locally please walk to the school.  If you are driving then allow time to park some distance away and walk the last part of the journey.  Please drive and park considerately and in a manner that will not offend our neighbours.  You should be aware that the Police will be in the area to enforce parking regulations.,-0.552778,17z


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

The Determined Admissions Arrangements for 2020 (also known as the admissions policy) can be accessed by following the link above or downloading the document at the end of this page. 

If your child currently attracts Pupil Premium funding and you wish to apply to Langley Grammar School, please ensure that you complete and return the Pupil Premium form - 2020 entry which can be found at the end of this page.


11+ examination results

I would like my child’s paper remarked – what do I do?

All the entrance tests are scanned twice using different hardware and different staff and the results checked against each other. In the highly unlikely event that there is a variation between the two scans, it is manually investigated and, if necessary, resolved before the data is uploaded for standardisation.   No changes have ever been made as a result of a remark due to the stringency of the process employed when the forms are scanned.  The Slough Consortium of Grammar Schools will not undertake any test remarks until after the national offer date (Sunday 1st March 2020).  The cost of a re-mark would be £50 per paper.  Requests for a remark should be made in writing to the school where your child sat the test.

General information

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