11+ admissions process - September 2019 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
Details of the Key Dates for admission in September 2019 can be found in the document at the end of this page, together with the Slough Consortium Guide to the 11+ entrance examination. Further information can also be found in the Frequently Asked Questions document at the end of this page.
Admissions arrangements for 2019 entry
The Determined Admissions Arrangements for 2019 (also known as the admissions policy) can be accessed by following the link above or downloaded the document at the end of this page.
Allocation of places for September 2019
School places were allocated by your home local authority on Friday 1 March 2019. If you wish to appeal against the decision not to allocate your child a place at Langley Grammar School, please follow the online process using the link below.
We understand that parents wishing to appeal to the Independent Appeals Panel for Langley Grammar School will often ask for information to help them prepare their case. The document LGS Appeals Information - 2019 entry which can be downloaded below covers the most commonly received requests for information and may help you when considering whether or not to make an appeal.
The document Slough Consortium - 2018 11+ test - anonymised cohort results, which can also be downloaded below, lists the standardised test scores for all candidates who sat the Slough Consortium 11+ test in September 2018.
All the entrance test papers 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 Grammar Schools will not undertake any test remarks until after the national offer date (Friday 1 March 2019). 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.