King Edward VI Grammar School (KEVIGS), Louth is a co-educational facility established in 1276. Originally a boys’ school, girls have attended since 1965 when the local girls’ school joined with KEVIGS.
Located in the Lincolnshire market town of Louth, KEVIGS teaches approximately 800 pupils aged 11-18, and became an academy in 2015.
For an insight into the school’s extracurricular activities, watch this short promotional video showcasing its sports day:
Address: King Edward VI Grammar School, Edward Street, Louth LN11 9LL
Admissions Info: [email protected], 01507 600456
School Type: Co-educational Grammar
Number of pupils: 795
Number of Places in Year 7: 120
Open Day Date: June
Exam Date: September
Exam Board Type: GL Assessment
Admission to KEVIGS in Year 7 is determined by pupil performance in the 11 Plus exam. There are currently 120 places allocated to Year 7 students. The school strongly encourages prospective students and their parents to attend one of their open evenings. Parents can also arrange individual tours.
KEVIGS is a member of the Lincolnshire Consortium of Grammar Schools and the Local Authority co-ordinates the school’s admissions at Year 7.
With 120 places available, should KEVIGS be oversubscribed, the following oversubscription criteria are used, giving priority to:
If you have more questions about KEVIGS’s admission process at Year 7, visit the school’s website.
Parents must download and complete a registration form from the school’s website in the first instance. Once a child has sat the 11+ in September, results will be sent to parents by the LA in October. Parents living in Lincolnshire should complete a Common Application Form (CAF) directly via the LA website. Failure to do so will mean your child will not be considered for a grammar school place in Lincolnshire. Parents are advised by the school to place King Edward’s as their number one preference on the CAF to maximise their child’s chances of gaining a place in Year 7.
Prospective pupils to King Edward VI Grammar School, Louth must sit two 11+ tests on two separate dates. These exams are multiple-choice and students will be tested on:
While it’s understandable that some children worry about sitting their 11+, the reality is that with a good revision timetable and plenty of practice, there shouldn’t be anything to be concerned about. King Edward VI Grammar School in Louth is consistently oversubscribed for Year 7 places, so it’s important to allow your child plenty of time to revise for the 11 Plus exam. Regular revision will highlight any knowledge gaps early on and will also improve your child’s confidence.
The King Edward VI Grammar School, Louth 11 Plus focuses on your child’s reasoning skills, so take a look at these articles to help prepare them:
Have you considered practice exam papers? These should be introduced into your child’s revision timetable early on. Your child will need excellent time management skills to complete the 11+ GL Assessment and practice papers can help with this.
The 11+ practice papers below cover all the required question types that your child will face in the King Edward VI Grammar School exam. Designed to challenge your child, once the test is complete, you will receive scored feedback immediately. If your child is set to sit the KEVIGS in Year 6, we would highly recommend the following practice papers:
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The information provided about King Edward VI Grammar School, Louth 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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