There are eight Grammar schools in the Kingston upon Thames and Sutton region. There are also a number of private school that use selection at 11 years of age.
Competition for these schools is very strong and the schools are generally heavily oversubscribed. Like many other council areas parents who wish for their child to attend these schools must complete a Supplementary Information Form (SIF) and return it within the stated time span. You should contact the school or council directly for full details. You can follow links on the council websites to the various schools.
The test format has been based on English and mathematics questions though at later stages of the process Verbal and Non-verbal reasoning tests have been used. The schools write many of the papers themselves.
The grammar schools.
The grammar schools in Kingston-upon-Thames are:
Tiffin School (Boys)
Tiffin Girls’ School
The grammar schools in Sutton are:
Nonsuch High School for Girls
Sutton Grammar School for Boys
Wallington County Grammar School (Boys)
Wallington High School for Girls
Wilson’s School (Boys)
Greenshaw High School (Mixed, partially selective)
Sutton Council, Surrey
St. Nicholas Way,
The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames
Kingston upon Thames
** This information is provided for guidance only and while the content is, to the best of our knowledge, accurate we cannot be held in any way responsible for any errors or omissions that it may contain. Please contact your LA or chosen grammar school for all admission and elevenplus exam queries.**