Most students enter Langley Grammar School in Year 7 through the 11+ academic selection process. There are occasional vacancies for places in other year groups. A further group of students will join the Sixth Form at the start of Year 12.
Boys and girls are eligible to be considered for admission to Langley Grammar School in Year 7 if they meet the required standard in the 11+ examination, which is designed to identify pupils with the ability and aptitude for a grammar school education. The school is part of an 11+ testing consortium with Herschel Grammar School, Upton Court Grammar School, and St Bernard’s Catholic Grammar School.
For general information about the school's admissions arrangements for 2019 entry, please go to the 2019 Admission page.
For further details of the 11+ examination process, go to the 11+ admission process page.
Year 8 – 11
Admission to other year groups will be subject to the availability of places, and the demonstration of a comparable standard of ability to the year group in question. This will be determined by written tests set by the school, together with an academic report from the applicant’s current school.
The great majority of Year 11 students at Langley Grammar School stay on to the Sixth Form, and we also welcome a number of students transferring from other schools.
Students hoping to join us for A Levels should have a good GCSE profile, typically averaging at least B grades across the range of subjects studied. Entry to specific A Level subjects normally requires B grades in relevant GCSE subjects, and for Maths, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics we expect A grades.
For further information about entry to the Sixth Form go to the Sixth Form admissions page.
For enquiries about admissions, please contact the Admissions Officer, Mrs Alison Congdon, on the main school telephone number 01753 598300.
LGS Orchestra perform at the Royal Albert Hall
On 1st July 2018, members of Langley Grammar School’s very own Orchestra walked into the Royal Albert Hall as performers rather than spectators to perform Dvorak’s Slavonic Dance No. 1 as part of a 200-strong orchestra of students from Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.