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Aylesbury Grammar School

Aylesbury Grammar School

Established in 1598 in Buckinghamshire, Aylesbury Grammar School initially began as a co-educational institution and has since evolved into an all-boys grammar school. With an enrollment of approximately 1260 students, the school operates on a house system comprising six houses: Denson, Hampden, Lee, Paterson, Philips, and Ridley.

Aylesbury Grammar School boasts a comprehensive curriculum encompassing core subjects, humanities, and arts. To inspire and recognize students' efforts, the school employs an internal awards system at the conclusion of each term, offering Colours, Honours, or Learning Honours. This system serves to acknowledge the dedication of the boys and motivates them to strive for excellence.

The school places equal emphasis on both academic pursuits and extracurricular activities. Aylesbury Grammar School provides a diverse array of projects and clubs, including orchestra, debating, jazz bands, chess, drama, film club, and more, conducted during lunchtime or after school.

Fostering individuality and core values, Aylesbury Grammar School encourages students to define themselves and their place in the world. The school's overarching goal is to ensure each student realizes their full potential during their educational journey, cultivating qualities such as empathy, responsibility, and respect for the community.

With a longstanding reputation for academic excellence, the school consistently achieves exceptional results in GCSE and A-level exams. Recognizing the school's quality, Ofsted has bestowed an "Outstanding" report.

County / Area:
Boys Grammar

Aylesbury Grammar School employs a catchment area system, wherein  priority is determined by the proximity and location of the students in  relation to the school.

Number of places in Year 7:
Total number of students:
About 30% achieve the qualifying score, and thereafter, placements are granted based on proximity to the school gate.
Aylesbury Grammar School, Walton Road, Aylesbury HP21 7RP, UK
11+ Exam Details:
Exam Board/Format:
Buckinghamshire Secondary Transfer Test:

Comprehension, technical English, and Verbal Reasoning
Non-Verbal Reasoning, Spatial Reasoning, and Mathematics

GL Assessment serves as the designated exam board for the 11+ Test in Buckinghamshire. The Buckinghamshire Secondary Transfer Test is structured into two papers, assessing the following areas:

  1. Comprehension, technical English, and Verbal Reasoning

  2. Non-Verbal Reasoning, Spatial Reasoning, and Mathematics

Each test paper has a duration of approximately 45 minutes, with all questions presented in a multiple-choice format. The 11+ Secondary Transfer Test is categorized by the following weight distribution:

  • Verbal Ability: 50%

  • Non-Verbal Ability: 25%

  • Numerical Ability: 25%

Exam Date:
Registration Starts:
Registration Closes:
September 2024
May 2024
June 2024

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