Entry at 11+ (Year 7)
Entry in September 2019
Girls must have reached the age of 11 before 1 September in the year of entry, and will be in Year 6 when they sit their entrance examination. Girls applying to start in Year 7 in September 2019 must have been born between 1st September 2007 and 31st August 2008. The deadline for registrations is 30 November 2018 and the examination for entry into Year 7 in September 2019 will be held on 11 January 2019.
Notting Hill & Ealing High School is part of the London 11+ Consortium (previously known as the North London Girls’ Schools’ Consortium). These twelve independent girls’ schools set the same test paper which is taken on the same date in all schools. The Consortium schools also share results and have common dates for releasing results and deadlines for acceptances. This makes the applications process simpler, for both pupils and parents. An individual application must be made to each Consortium school for which you wish to apply. Each school makes its own arrangements for interviews and references.
The schools are:
|Channing School||Godolphin & Latymer School||Notting Hill & Ealing High School||South Hampstead High School|
|Francis Holland (Regent’s Park)||More House||Queen’s College||St Helen’s School|
|Francis Holland (Sloane Square)||Northwood College for Girls||Queen’s Gate School||St James Senior Girls’ School|
For 11+ entry in September 2019 onwards, all schools in the London 11+ Consortium have refined the application process, replacing the previous English and Mathematics entrance examinations with a 75 minute, bespoke cognitive ability test incorporating verbal, non-verbal and mathematics questions. This new test has been designed to identify academic potential and further details can be found on the 11+ Consortium website. The website is where you will also find familiarisation materials which show the style of the examination and the type of questions likely to be asked. These materials are not intended to be an indication of the standard of the examination.
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