FAQs

Your child will sit these exams at the start of Year 6, their final year of primary school, when they are aged 10 or 11.

It is important to contact your Local Education Authority’s Admissions Department as well as each individual school directly to ensure you obtain the most up-to-date and precise information about individual admission policies. Each local authority and school will have its own policy.

You should contact individual schools for exam dates and exam arrangements.

Competition for grammar and independent school admission is high and the overwhelming majority of children who sit these exams have been extensively tutored.

At Learn Log the quality of our tailor made tuition, coupled with experienced teaching allows us to get the best out of our students. We provide regular feedback and advice to parents about their child’s progress. We will evaluate your child’s shortcomings and work on them, and always encouraging your child throughout the 11 Plus journey. We firmly believe that quality tuition and practice makes a huge difference.

We run mock tests during the summer so that the children get used to exam conditions and the time constraints for completing papers. All tests are marked and assessed and we go through any corrections to ensure the children understand where errors occurred and learn from their mistakes.

Every week your child is given homework to supplement their learning in the classroom. Homework is an essential part of the learning process and enables children to practise the techniques we teach them in class. Homework enables pupils to apply their learning from the lessons.

Our tutors at Learn Log are qualified and experienced, with a proven track record of success. All our tutors are enhanced DBS checked.