Wolverhampton Grammar School is a co-educational independent school in West Midlands. Founded as an all-boys school in 1512 by Sir Stephen Jenyns, a master of the ancient guild of Merchant Taylors and Lord Mayor of London in the year of Henry VIII’s coronation, the school began admitting girls in 1984.
In Senior School, pupils take lessons in a range of disciplines such as Arts, Science, Humanities, Sports and Social Sciences, coupled with PSHE and MFL.
Via over 100 clubs, societies and workshops, the school ensures that pupils’ individual interests are met. Ranging from Fundraising Committee, Craft Club, Chess Club, Debating Club and Archaeology Club to Book Club, Student Parliament, Political Forum, History Society and Astronomy Club, Wolverhampton Grammar’s extra-curricular programme maximises its pupils’ skills and abilities.
Aiming to develop each student’s confidence,, the school’s highly skilled staff complements the vibrant community underpinned by openness, trust and mutual respect. Pupils at Wolverhampton Grammar School matter, their voice is heard and they are taken seriously, hence they approach adulthood with key skills and ambitious aspirations for the future.
Address: Wolverhampton Grammar School, Compton Road, Wolverhampton, WV3 9RB
County: West Midlands
Admissions info: email@example.com or 01902 421326
School Type: Independent co-educational day school
Open day: January, February, March
11+ Exam Date: January
11+ Exam Type / Board: School’s own
The school holds Open Door Mornings, open events which provide families with the opportunity to take a guided tour, ask questions and see lessons as they happen. There’s no need to book in advance.
If you wish to arrange a personal tour of the school, please contact the Admissions Team.
Application to the School should be made via Registration Form, available on the school’s website. The registration fee is £25.
Wolverhampton Grammar School is academically selective, evaluating candidates on the basis of academic merit assessed in the entrance examination. Current-school references and the most recent school report will also be requested.
To accept an offer of a place, you will be expected to pay an acceptance fee of £250.
At 11+, the school offers The Jenyns Scholarship (named after the founder of the school) and The Year 7 Music Scholarship. The Jenyns Scholarship is offered to students coming from the Wolverhampton area who have demonstrated strong academic ability and a capacity to make a positive contribution to the school. It covers various areas such as art, sports, drama and debating and is equivalent to one full fee paying place. The value of the Scholarship is determined on a means-tested basis.
Bursaries, also means-tested, are awarded at the discretion of the Directors, the Head and the Bursar. Applying for a Bursary includes completing a Statement of Financial Circumstances Form which seeks to evaluate the financial circumstances of the household. The form may be obtained from the Admissions Registrar following registration. The form and supporting documentation should be submitted prior to the entrance examination.
The evaluation process includes a home visit. The outcome will be made known at the same time that an offer of a place is made, usually within three weeks of the entrance exam. For more information, please contact the school.
The Wolverhampton Grammar School 11+ entrance examination consists of the following papers:
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 will include questions on number, measurement, geometry, algebra and statistics.
The Verbal Reasoning paper is primarily designed to test and assess your child’s logical thinking, use of English language and vocabulary.
Please see below for further details and recommendations on how to prepare for the Wolverhampton Grammar School 11+ entrance examinations.
One of the best ways to prepare for a competitive entrance exam is to use our practice tests. Getting to know the types of questions and the format of the actual exam will help boost your child’s confidence.
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Our recommendations to help your child prepare for the Wolverhampton Grammar School 11 plus entrance examination can be found below.
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