Homewood School and Sixth Form Centre is a co-educational academy in Tenterden, Kent. The school educates over 2,500 students and has over 250 staff members. The school provides flexible learning opportunities and operates within the Kent selective system. Homewood is also a Specialist Arts College. The school aims to provide its students with a vibrant, world-class learning experience in partnership with the wider community.
Address: Homewood School, Ashford Road, Tenterden, TN30 6LT
Admissions Info: [email protected], 01580 766267
School Type: Mixed academy
Number of pupils: 2500 (approx.)
Number of Places in Year 7: 390 (day places only)
Open Day Date: September
Exam Date: September
Exam Board Type: Kent 11 Plus Test
Year 7 entry to Homewood School is coordinated in conjunction with Kent County Council. In cases where the number of applications exceed available places, the following criteria is used, giving priority to:
For more information on the admissions process at Homewood School, please visit the Kent County Council website.
Year 7 applications to Homewood School are handled by the coordinated admission scheme under Kent County Council. Homewood uses the Kent Test to determine admission and parents must register online with the LA in the first instance.
Once students have taken the 11+ Kent Test, parents are required to complete the Common Application Form (CAF) and submit it to the LA. This process can usually be done online. Parents will receive their child’s test results from the Council in October, with offers sent out in March.
Twenty percent of Homewood School’s intake (78 pupils) is made with reference to ability or aptitude. All students who register for the Kent Test will be invited to take the assessment.
The Kent Test consists of two multiple-choice tests:
Pupils must also complete a 40-minute writing task. However, this does not form part of the final 11 Plus result but is used only in borderline or appeal cases.
Kent is known for being a competitive grammar school region, and most schools are oversubscribed for Year 7 entry. In order for students to have the best chance of gaining one of the 78 places at Homewood School, they should invest additional time into studying and revising in the build-up to the test.
Parents should help their child prepare by creating a study timetable that outlines what topics need to be studied and when.
In addition to working from a study schedule, we recommend that students use practice exam papers to help boost their confidence ahead of the test.
Students who are registered to take the Homewood School entrance test will especially benefit from these practice resources:
The following resources will help target the various sub-sections of the Kent Test:
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The information provided about Homewood 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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