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King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys

King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys

Established in 1883, King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys stands as an esteemed educational institution in Birmingham. Renowned for its students' outstanding academic accomplishments and a comprehensive curriculum, the school positions itself as a well-resourced and top-tier educational facility. Camp Hill Boys shares a picturesque campus with its closely affiliated girls' school.

The curriculum is both expansive and ambitious, encompassing core subjects such as computing, biology, and chemistry, as well as the arts. With this robust study program, students are well-equipped to pursue further education in their chosen fields.

Throughout their academic journey, students have the fantastic opportunity to explore their interests and hobbies through a myriad of extracurricular subjects, including religious studies, history, modern languages, physical education, and more. Camp Hill Boys is committed to teaching students to embrace risks when necessary, view failures as learning opportunities, and foster ambition and intellectual curiosity.

At the core of the school's philosophy are values of empowerment, resilience, responsibility, and improvement. It strives to cultivate a community where diversity is celebrated, and everyone feels welcomed. By offering a diverse range of subjects and extracurricular activities, the school aims to mold responsible young individuals who lead fulfilling and healthy lives.

Boasting a consistent track record of impressive results, the school's students regularly achieve high scores in both GCSE and A-level exams. Furthermore, their continued education at prestigious universities serves as evidence of the success of the school's educational approach.

County / Area:
Boys Grammar

For King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys, the priority catchment area is determined by residential addresses within the following electoral wards in Birmingham: Acocks Green, Balsall Heath West, Billesley, Bordesley & Highgate, Bordesley Green, Bournbrook & Selly Park, Brandwood & Kings Heath, Druids Heath & Monyhull, Hall Green North, Hall Green South, Highters Heath, Moseley, Small Heath, South Yardley, Sparkbrook & Balsall Heath East, Sparkhill, Stirchley, Tyseley & Hay Mills.

Number of places in Year 7:
Total number of students:
5+ applicants for every place
King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys, Vicarage Road, King's Heath, Birmingham, UK
11+ Exam Details:
Exam Board/Format:
Birmingham 11+ Exam consists of two GL papers comprising English Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Mathematics and Non-Verbal Reasoning.

The Birmingham 11 Plus exam is composed of two GL test papers, each lasting around 60 minutes. These papers consist of individually timed sections that encompass:

1. English Comprehension, which evaluates comprehension skills, including inference, without a writing component.

2. Verbal Reasoning, assessing logical thinking, proficiency in the English language, and vocabulary.

3. Mathematics, measuring problem-solving abilities and arithmetic skills, covering topics such as number, measurement, geometry, algebra, and statistics.

4. Non-Verbal + Spatial Reasoning, both testing logical reasoning and intelligence.

The exam is designed to comprehensively evaluate students' abilities in these key areas.

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

Parents can access the results of the 11 Plus online in October, while the final allocations of Year 7 places will be published in March of the subsequent year.

How to prepare:

We run specialist 11+ online courses focussing on the GL Assessment (English Comprehension, Verbal Reasoning, Mathematics and Non-Verbal Reasoning) . The sessions are online and highly interactive. Speak to us about how we can help your child.

Mock Exams: Our mock exams are designed to reflect the real exam in complexity and format. Click here to view the mock exam schedule.

Practice Papers: Practice packs designed to help your child master the entire syllabus.

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