Founded in 1911, the Henrietta Barnett School (HBS) is a grammar school for girls aged 11 – 18. Located in the quiet surroundings of Hampstead Garden Suburb, the school became an academy in 2012.
HBS is known as one of the best academic state schools in the UK and consistently receives ‘outstanding’ Ofsted ratings. The school specialises in Music and English and, prior to becoming an academy, it was a Specialist Music College with English.
Address: Henrietta Barnett School, Central Square, Hampstead Garden Suburb, London NW11 7BN
County: Hertfordshire/London Borough of Barnet
Admissions Info: email@example.com, 020 8458 8999
School Type: Girls’ Grammar
Number of pupils: 745 (approx.)
Number of Places in Year 7: 95 (approximately)
Open Day Date: July
Exam Date: September (Round One) and October (Round Two)
Exam Board Type: Part 1: CEM (University of Durham), Part 2 is written and set by the school
Admission to The Henrietta Barnett School for Year 7 is by academic selection, following an 11 Plus exam. With over 2,000 applications and less than 100 Year 7 places available, the school strongly encourages prospective students and their parents to attend one of their open days, which take place in July, to ensure HBS is the right learning environment for the student.
In the likely event that there are more applicants than available places, the school uses the following oversubscription criteria, giving priority to:
For more information on The Henrietta Barnett School’s admission criteria, please visit the school’s website.
HBS follows the admissions process operated by the London Borough of Barnet. For your daughter to be considered for a Year 7 place, you must complete both the Common Application Form (CAF) via Barnet Local Authority and The Henrietta Barnett School Entrance Test Entry Form, which can be found on the school’s website when registration is open.
It is important that parents apply to both the school and the Local Authority to be considered for a Year 7 place at HBS. If parents do not complete the school’s entry form on time, their daughter will not be able to take the entrance exam.
The Henrietta Barnett School 11+ test consists of two rounds, divided as follows:
Following Round One, results from both sections will be combined and placed in rank order. The top 300 students will be invited back to sit the second exam (below).
The results of both tests will be used to determine the final rankings and place allocations for Year 7.
As one of the top girls’ schools in Britain, it’s no surprise that competition for Year 7 places at The Henrietta Barnett School is intense. However, by creating a good 11 Plus study plan, your child should be able to approach the exam confidently.
HBS is very clear about what students should expect from the entrance exam, so ensure that your daughter works on her Verbal Reasoning skills and make sure you read our 11 Plus guide to maths before creating a revision schedule. Practice exam papers are a great way to get your daughter used to the style of questions in the HBS 11 Plus exam and these papers can also help your child to work on their time-keeping ahead of the big day.
The information provided about Henrietta Barnett 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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