The Judd School (also known as Judd) is a selective grammar school for boys in Tonbridge, Kent. Founded in 1988, Judd has specialist status in music, science and mathematics and has been rated as ‘Outstanding’ by OFSTED. 
Students benefit from a rich and rigorous curriculum comprising 18 different subjects, including English, mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, MFL, history, geography, religious education, computer science, art, music, DT and PE & games.
Exceeding all common criteria for comprehensive education, Judd couples its extensive academic provision with an impressive number of clubs and activities, ranging from debating, film club, gardening club and programming club to young engineers, medical society, philosophy society and the DofE award.
Trips and expeditions are organised all throughout the academic year, allowing students to take learning beyond the classroom and develop numerous skills. Destinations have included India, Borneo, France, Germany, South Africa, New Zealand and Barbados. 
Equipped with strong academic and non-academic knowledge, as well as high levels of cultural awareness, pupils at Judd proceed to use their strengths for the benefit of local and wider communities. The breadth and depth of the educational provision allows them to make informed decisions in their later lives and demonstrate resourcefulness in the widest possible context.
The Judd School standard entry point is 11 Plus. However, the school also accepts applications from pupils interested in In-Year (Late) Entry. To assess pupils for late transfer, The Judd School administers the CAT4 online test.
The Cognitive Abilities Test (CAT4) covers four subject areas, each of them evaluating pupils’ Reasoning skills through standardised assessments.
The Judd School In-Year Entry (12 Plus & 13 Plus) Admissions Information
These tests will be taken at The Judd School or another grammar school in the area. If you wish your child to be considered for the assessments, you should apply using the In Year Common Application Form.
The minimum level of attainment is set to a mean score of 120. If one or more places are available, students on the waiting list who have scored a mean score of 120 will be ranked according to the school’s oversubscription criteria.
The Judd School Late Transfer (Mid-School Entry) Exam Information
Address: Brook Street, Tonbridge TN9 2PN
Admissions info: [email protected] or 01732 770880
School type: Grammar school for boys
Number of students: 1,152 (approx.)
As part of the assessment process for late transfer entry, your child will be asked to complete the CAT4 assessment.
Based on performance in this test, schools can judge pupils’ progress over the academic year and hence decide on their setting and streaming (according to ability).
This assessment is an effective way for schools to understand pupils’ strengths and weaknesses and to personalise learning and adapt teaching.
The Judd School Late Transfer (In-Year) Exam Format
The CAT4 assessment will cover Verbal Reasoning, Non-Verbal Reasoning, Spatial Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning.
- The Verbal Reasoning section examines problem-solving skills using words.
- The Non-Verbal Reasoning section covers problem-solving using shapes and patterns, rather than words.
- The Spatial Reasoning section assesses your child’s ability to identify shapes and how they change.
- The Quantitative Reasoning section tests their ability to solve problems using numbers.
The Judd School Late Transfer (In-Year) Practice Tests and Courses
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The information in this post was correct at the time of publishing. However, please be aware of future changes. We advise you to contact the school directly if you are unsure of anything. School contact details are provided within the post.
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