Firstly, all your South East 11+ Grammar School Entrance info is shown below.

Grammar schools in England and subsequently in British territories overseas have a long and colourful history as part of a highly rated education system. The existence of these schools can be dated as far back as the sixth century. However, the term ‘scolae grammaticales’ (Grammar schools) was only used since the 14th century.  Originally these schools were attached to cathedrals and monasteries and taught Latin because this was seen as the language of the church.

However, in more recent days, Grammar schools are seen as selective academically-oriented secondary schools in England. They also now teach a wide variety of subjects.

South East 11+ Grammar School Entrance

The South East of England is the most populated of the 9 official regions in England. It consists of the following regions with their associated Grammar Schools below:

 

Grammar School Practice Tests for Other Regions

Buckinghamshire / Essex / Kent / Lincolnshire / London Boroughs / North West England / Slough & Reading / South East England / South West England  / West Midlands

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School research

As highlighted in the recent BBC mini-series, Grammar Schools: Who will get in, children within or entering the selective education system often struggle with high levels of anxiety and a fear of failing. This fear of failing often extends as far as them believing that if they fail their 11+, this equates to them failing in life. Although this programme only follows students in 3 Bexley, South London schools, this might be a general occurrence within this system. Children need guidance and support to overcome these anxieties and fears.