The Crypt School was founded in 1539 and is located in Gloucester. It became an academy in 2011 and, from 2018, it is fully coeducational. Over 800 pupils are divided across five houses: Brown, Henley, Moore, Raikes and Whitefield.
The school encourages its pupils to pursue their passions outside of the classroom through an impressive range of extracurricular activities.
Address: The Crypt School, Podsmead, Gloucester GL2 5AE
Admissions Info: email@example.com, 01452 530291
School Type: Co-Educational (from 2018)
Number of pupils: 804 (approx.)
Number of Places in Year 7: 150
Open Day Dates: March and June
Exam Date: September
Exam Board Type: CEM (Gloucestershire)
To be considered for a Year 7 place at The Crypt School, prospective pupils must achieve the required standard in the 11 Plus exam. The school’s admissions are centrally-coordinated by Gloucestershire County Council and parents who wish their child to sit the 11+ test for the school must complete the Gloucestershire Grammar Test Registration Form.
With an average of five applications for every Year 7 place at The Crypt School, in the event of oversubscription, the school will give priority to:
For more information about The Crypt’s admission process at Year 7, visit the school’s website directly.
The Crypt School uses the same eleven plus test from CEM (Centre of Evaluation and Monitoring) as the other grammar schools in Gloucestershire. For children to be considered for a Year 7 place at the school, parents must complete a Common Application Form (CAF) online via their Local Authority (LA), as well as a test registration form, available via the school’s website during the registration period.
To be considered for a place at The Crypt School, parents must include the school as one of their ranked choices on the CAF. Parents will receive results from the 11 Plus in October and the LA will send out official place allocations in March of the following year.
The Crypt School uses the CEM 11 Plus exam by University of Durham. This test consists of two multiple-choice papers that cover the following subjects:
Both tests are taken on the same day and each last 45-50 minutes.
Students who are due to sit the 11 Plus exam at The Crypt School should create a thorough revision timetable well ahead of exam day. The more prepared children are ahead of the exam, the better chance they will have of achieving a good score.
Children may need to commit time to additional revision sessions alongside their usual homework. If students are struggling to get motivated, consider introducing fun revision games.
Practice exam papers are an effective preparation tool for The Crypt School eleven plus. These papers are an excellent way of improving time management skills. The more papers that a student takes, the more familiar they will become with the types of questions they could be asked in the exam.
For The Crypt School 11+ exam, we would specifically recommend the following resources:
The information provided about The Crypt School was believed to be correct at the time of publishing. However, please be aware of future changes. We advise you to contact the school directly if you are unsure of anything. School contact details are provided within the post.
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