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In Year 7, the educational provision is extensive and stimulating, deepening students’ knowledge and skills in the areas of English, mathematics, MFL, technology, science, computing, humanities, art, music, religious education, PSHE, drama, PE and games.
A number of activities, ranging from chess, debating and coding to DofE, karting and skiing, further enrich the time spent on campus. Whether through acting, singing, dancing, writing or backstage work, students are encouraged to actively participate in performing arts to help develop their artistic skills and creative expression.
The STRS Sports Centre hosts a variety of sporting activities, such as swimming, basketball, martial arts, badminton, roller skating and fitness. It features a 25-metre swimming pool and two multipurpose sports halls, providing students with top-class facilities for the benefit of their physical and overall wellbeing. 
The school’s ethos is rooted in the British values of democracy, tolerance and individual liberty, maintaining a safe and supportive learning environment where communication is ‘open and honest’. An understanding of different faiths and beliefs is strongly encouraged, thus Tommies often invites local Imams to campus to lead school assemblies. 
Sir Thomas Rich’s School In-Year Entry (12 Plus & 13 Plus) Admissions Information
Sir Thomas Rich’s School standard entry point is 11 Plus. However, the school also accepts applications from pupils interested in In-Year (Late) Entry. To assess pupils for In-Year entry, Sir Thomas Rich’s School uses papers for Mathematics, English and Science.
Sir Thomas Rich’s School In-Year (Late Admissions) Entry Exam Information
Address: Oakleaze, Longlevens GL2 0LF
Admissions info: email@example.com or (01452) 338400
School type: Grammar school for boys
Number of students: 1010 (approx.)
As part of the assessment process for late transfer entry, your child will be asked to complete papers in English (1h), Mathematics (1h) and Science (1h).
- The English paper may examine both comprehension and writing skills, including inference, spelling, vocabulary and punctuation.
- The Maths exam assesses your child’s problem-solving abilities and arithmetic skills. The paper will include questions on number, measurement, geometry, algebra and statistics.
- The Science paper examines your son’s knowledge in the areas of Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
Sir Thomas Rich’s School Late Transfer (In-Year) Practice Papers
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