Rossall School 11 Plus (11+) Entrance Exam Information

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Introduction

 

Rossall School is a co-educational, independent school located between Cleveleys and Fleetwood in Lancashire. Founded in 1844 with the aim of providing quality education to the sons of Clergymen (and others) at a moderate cost, the school occupies a magnificent 161-acre estate next to Rossall Beach. [1]

 

The curriculum covers English, maths, science, art, computing/DT, drama, food studies, geography, history, music, MFL, Latin, PHSE and PE. The wide range of co-curricular clubs further develops pupils’ abilities, allowing them to take part in climbing, art & photography, debating, yoga, zumba and a number of other activities. 

 

Trips to foreign destinations are organised on a regular basis and have included destinations such as Malta, Switzerland, France, India (Himalayas) and Iceland.

 

Providing a pastorally nurturing, culturally diverse and intellectually stimulating environment, the school ensures that children are inspired to take full advantage of the first-class education on offer. As they develop their intellectual interests and curiosity, they mature into self-motivated and independent thinkers, receptive to new ideas and eager to explore and improve the world around them.

Rossall School 11 Plus (11+) Exam Information

 

Address: Rossall School, Fleetwood, Lancashire, FY7 8JW

County: Lancashire

Admissions info: admissions@rossall.org.uk or 01253 774 273

School Type: Independent, co-educational day and boarding school

Number of Students: 640 (approx.)

Open day: October

11+ Exam Type / Board: School’s own

 

Open Events for Rossall School 11 plus (11+) Entry

 

The school holds an Open Day in October, and is open to arranging personal visits via its Admissions Office.

 

Rossall School 11 Plus (11+) Admissions

 

The admissions process at 11+ begins with registration. An online registration form is available on the school’s website. Your child will then be invited to attend a Taster Day, during which they will be formally assessed. 

 

There will also be an interview with the Head and Deputy Head. Alternatively, your child can be assessed on a separate occasion (on Assessment Day). 

 

Accepting an offer of a place includes paying a deposit of £500.

 

Rossall School 11 Plus (11+) Scholarships and Bursaries

 

Scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit and outstanding talent in the fields of Academics, Sports, Music, Art and Performing Arts/Drama. These are valued at up to 20% of the fees and are reviewed annually. 

 

One boarding scholarship, the Anchor Award, is available to a full boarder (from the UK) applying for Year 7 entry. The award carries a 25% reduction in fees. 

 

The Trapnell Scholarship, The Jackson Scholarship and The Lugard Bequest carry a greater reduction in fees. Click here for more details. 

 

The deadline for scholarship applications is at the end of the Autumn term of the year preceding entry. Scholarship interviews and assessments take place in January.

 

Bursaries, awarded on the basis of financial need, require the completion of a financial circumstances form. They are reviewed annually and can supplement a scholarship.

 

The school also offers Forces Bursaries, valued at up to 25% of fees, and non means-tested Clergy Bursaries, which cover 65% of fees on each child.

 

Rossall School 11 Plus (11+) Exam Format

 

The Rossall School 11+ exam consists of the following papers:

 

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Non-Verbal Reasoning

 

The English paper examines both comprehension and writing skills, including inference, spelling, vocabulary and punctuation. Marks will be awarded for good use of imagination, creativity, form, purpose, organisation, cohesion and sentence structure.

 

The maths exam assesses your child’s problem-solving abilities and arithmetic skills. The paper may include questions on number, measurement, geometry, algebra and statistics.

 

The Non-Verbal Reasoning paper measures their ability to understand, interpret and problem-solve, testing logic and intelligence rather than knowledge. 

 

Please see below for further details and recommendations on how to prepare for the Rossall School 11+ entrance examination.

 

How to Prepare for the Rossall School 11 Plus (11+) Exam

 

Practice tests are an effective tool for preparation for the Rossall School 11+ exam. With the help of our practice tests, designed and formatted to match the actual exams, your child will learn to deal with various 11+ exam question types quickly and confidently. 

 

The benefits for your child are numerous: the tests provide focused practice and familiarity with a wide variety of possibilities and examples, serving as an indicator of any weaker areas that require additional work ahead of the exam. We suggest starting early with your revision so that you have plenty of time to identify subject areas that need additional work.

 

The practice tests are challenging, and preparing for the 11 Plus can sometimes feel overwhelming. But once a carefully thought-out revision plan is implemented, students should find the process a lot more manageable. 

 

Aside from getting used to answering the types of questions that may be asked on the big day, they also work on developing time-management skills, such as answering questions under pressure.

 

Our practice tests are used successfully every year by tens of thousands of students targeting schools with a competitive entrance exam. They are age-appropriate, reflecting the demands of the actual exam.

 

Our recommendations to help your child prepare for the Rossall School 11 plus entrance examination can be found below.

 

Rossall School 11 Plus (11+) Exam Practice Papers

 

Recommendations for each section of the Rossall School 11 Plus exam can be found below:

 

English

 

We highly recommend the following packs to prepare successfully for the Rossall School 11+ English paper. They will help improve your child’s comprehension skills, such as inference, and writing skills, including spelling, vocabulary and punctuation:

 

Comprehension

 

11+ English Pack 1

 

11+ English Pack 2

 

11+ English Pack 3

 

11+ English Pack 4

 

11+ English Pack 5

 

11+ Inference Skills

 

11+ Complete Comprehension Guide

 

11+ Reading Workbook

 

Writing

 

11+ Complete Writing Guide

 

11+ Writing Prompts

 

11+ Rewrite & Improve

 

11+ Spelling Pack 1

 

11+ Spelling Pack 2

 

Mathematics  

 

We highly recommend the use of the following packs to help develop your child’s arithmetic and problem-solving skills within the examination context of the Rossall School 11+ maths test:

 

Full Practice Tests

 

11+ Mathematics Pack 1

 

11+ Mathematics Pack 2

 

11+ Mathematics Pack 3

 

11+ Mathematics Pack 4

 

Skill Specific Practice

 

11+ Problem Solving Pack 1

 

11+ Problem Solving Pack 2

 

11+ Mental Arithmetic 

 

11+ Algebra

 

11+ Angles & Degrees

 

11+ BODMAS

 

11+ Estimation & Place Value

 

11+ Factors & Multiples

 

11+ Fractions, Decimals & Percentages

 

11+ Measurements

 

11+ Money

 

11+ Operations

 

11+ Perimeter, Area & Volume

 

11+ Position & Direction

 

11+ Probability

 

11+ Properties of Shapes

 

11+ Ratio & Proportion

 

11+ Reflection, Rotation & Symmetry

 

11+ Sequences

 

11+ Special Numbers

 

11+ Speed, Distance & Time

 

11+ Statistics

 

Non-Verbal Reasoning

 

To develop your child’s Non-Verbal Reasoning abilities ahead of the Rossall School 11+ entrance examination, we suggest that you make use of the following packs that cover all of the key question types:

 

Full Practice Tests

 

11+ Non-Verbal Reasoning Pack 1

 

11+ Non-Verbal Reasoning Pack 2

 

11+ Non-Verbal Reasoning Pack 3

 

11+ Non-Verbal Reasoning Pack 4

 

Masterclasses

 

11+ Non-Verbal Reasoning Masterclass

 

Interviews

 

11+ Interviews – The Complete Guide

 

 

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Our practice tests aim to show what sort of questions were included in Rossall School 11+ past papers. The information provided about Rossall 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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