Located in Trafford, Greater Manchester, Sale Grammar School is a co-educational facility founded in 1991. A selective school, Sale Grammar achieved academy status in 2011 and has specialist status in Visual Arts, Science and Maths.
The school aims to teach its pupils a traditional and challenging curriculum, while encouraging them to be innovative and creative. Pupils are active within the local community through a range of initiatives including arts, sports and science.
Address: Sale Grammar School, Marsland Road, Sale M33 3NH
County: Greater Manchester
Admissions Info: email@example.com, 0161 973 3217
School Type: Co-Educational Grammar
Number of pupils: 1,269 (approx.)
Number of Places in Year 7: 180
Open Day Date: June
Exam Date: September
Exam Board Type: CEM 11 Plus (University of Durham)
Sale Grammar School is part of Trafford Grammar Schools CEM Consortium and is responsible for its own Year 7 admissions. All four schools within the Consortium use the same 11+ test. Admission to Sale Grammar School is determined by pupil performance in this 11 Plus exam.
Sale Grammar offers 180 places at Year 7 and, due to its popularity, always encourages parents and children to attend its open day in June. This event will give you a better idea of whether a grammar school education is the right learning environment for your child.
Sale Grammar School is consistently oversubscribed for Year 7 places, and so it uses the following oversubscription criteria, giving priority to:
For more information about Sale Grammar’s admissions policy, visit the school’s website.
To apply for a place at Sale Grammar, parents must register their child for the school’s entrance examination. A link to the registration form will be available on the school’s admissions page from early May until late June. Further information about registration can be obtained from all primary schools in the catchment area.
In addition to completing the registration form, parents also need to complete a Local Authority Common Preference Form. Sale Grammar School should be listed on the form in ranked order of preference. Late applications can be considered but only after all other applications that were submitted before the deadline.
The 11 Plus exam at Sale Grammar School consists of two test papers, covering:
Each paper lasts approximately one hour and contains a mix of multiple choice and standard format questions. There will be a short break between the two papers.
For your child to be in with a chance of gaining a place at the school, they will need a qualifying score of 334. The results of the entrance exam are posted in October.
Our in-depth guide to studying for the 11 Plus exam covers everything you need to know about creating a revision plan. If your child is set to take the Sale Grammar School 11+ tests, you may also benefit from the following articles:
At Exam Papers Plus, we would recommend starting your child’s exam preparation early with practice exam papers. These papers will give you a general overview of your child’s current abilities and will identify their strengths and weaknesses.
As the exam date gets closer, try to encourage your child to do the tests under timed conditions to get them used to answering questions quickly and under pressure.
Our practice papers come complete with answers, enabling you to accurately measure your child’s performance and track their improvements. We have a host of 11 Plus practice papers that are specifically designed to help prepare your child for entry to Sale Grammar School.
We recommend using the following resources to prepare for the CEM 11+ exam used by Sale Grammar School:
11+ Verbal Reasoning (CEM)
11+ Comprehension (CEM)
11+ Cloze (CEM)
The information provided about Sale Grammar 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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