Located in Tonbridge, Kent, The Judd School was founded in 1888. The school teaches boys aged 11-18, with a co-educational Sixth Form. The school is named after Andrew Judd, a 16th century merchant who helped fund the school.
In 2004, Judd became a music and mathematics specialist school and was awarded ‘High Performing Specialist School’ status in 2007. Currently, the school specialises in teaching music, English, science and mathematics.
The school offers its students a traditional curriculum and aims to develop children’s life skills in preparation for higher education and employment.
Address: The Judd School, Brook Street, Tonbridge TN9 2PN
Admissions Info: [email protected], 01732 770880
School Type: Boys’ Grammar
Number of pupils: 957 (approx.)
Number of Places in Year 7: 155
Open Day Date: July and October
Exam Date: September
Exam Board Type: Kent 11 Plus Exam
Admission to The Judd School is determined by student performance in the Kent 11 Plus Test. The school has 155 Year 7 places available with 135 places allocated to pupils from the school’s designated ‘Inner Area’. The remaining 25 places are allocated to those living in the ‘Outer Area’. It should be noted that the school is often oversubscribed in Year 7. When the number of applicants is greater than the spaces available at the school, The Judd School uses the following oversubscription criteria for Inner Area children, giving priority to:
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For more information about The Judd School’s admissions criteria, and further details about the Inner and Outer Areas, visit the school’s website.
The Judd School’s Year 7 admissions are coordinated by Kent County Council, the Local Authority (LA). To register for the Kent Test at 11+, you must complete an online registration form.
Once students have taken the Kent Test at eleven plus, parents must complete the Secondary Common Application Form and submit it online to their LA. Parents will receive the results of the exam via the Council in October and Year 7 place offers will be sent out in March the following year.
The Judd School follows the Kent 11 Plus exam for Year 7 admission. The tests are split into the following sections:
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Parents should create a revision timetable with their son that covers all the required subjects and includes time for relaxation. Starting revision early can ensure that children don’t become overwhelmed as the exam date draws closer, and enables parents to identify any weaker areas that may require additional attention.
For The Judd School eleven plus exam, we would recommend using the following practice tests, which have been specifically designed for the Kent Test:
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