Skegness Grammar School was initially founded in 1483 as Magdalen College School, but took its current name in 1933. A co-educational day and boarding grammar school, it teaches over 700 pupils aged 11-18 and is in the seaside Lincolnshire town of Skegness.
Previously classed as a High Performing Specialist School, Skegness Grammar achieved academy status in 2012 and is currently sponsored by the David Ross Education Trust. The school delivers a traditional curriculum and places particular emphasis on self-discipline and good manners from its students. When not studying, pupils can take part in a variety of extracurricular activities and enrichment programmes
Address: Skegness Grammar School, Vernon Road, Skegness PE25 2QS
Admissions Info: [email protected], 01754 610000
School Type: Co-Educational Grammar
Number of pupils: 716 (approx.)
Number of Places in Year 7: 130 (approximately)
Open Day Date: June/July
Exam Date: September
Exam Board Type: GL Assessment
Admission to Skegness Grammar School in Year 7 is determined by pupil performance in the 11 Plus exam. The school complies with Lincolnshire County Council’s coordinated admission arrangements for Year 7 admissions and is part of Lincolnshire Grammar Schools’ Consortium.
As the school does not publish its oversubscription criteria for Year 7, parents are advised to call 01754 610 000 with any questions.
Parents living in Lincolnshire should complete a Common Application Form (CAF) via the local authority (LA) website to register their child for an 11 Plus exam place.
Those living outside of Lincolnshire must return their CAF form to their own LA, who will forward the application to Lincolnshire LA.
Prospective pupils to Skegness Grammar School are required to sit two 11+ exams. Both papers are multiple choice and students will be tested on:
These papers are usually taken on separate days, but parents can make alternative arrangements that are more suitable to their child’s needs.
For your child to achieve good results at 11+, they must be thoroughly prepared ahead of exam day. Allowing children plenty of time to study for the exams, without the need for any last minute exam preparation, will not only improve their confidence, but will also allow you to recognise any knowledge gaps that might exist.
Help your child to prepare for the 11 Plus exam by creating a study plan that’s achievable. Always opt for short bursts of regular study practice (say 20-30 minutes at a time), as opposed to irregular, lengthy sessions.
Our 11 Plus guide for parents will answer any further questions you have about the test. As the Skegness Grammar School eleven plus exam focuses on reasoning skills, your child will also benefit from the advice given in these articles:
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