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Worth School 11 Plus (11+) Entry – Key Information (and Practice Tests)

Introduction

Located in the West Sussex countryside, Worth School was founded in 1933 as an independent boys’ school. However, since 2012, the school has been co-educational, admitting pupils aged between 11 and 18. A Roman Catholic school, its campus sits within Worth Abbey, a Benedictine monastery. The school has 600 pupils, split across 10 houses.

 

Worth School has a strong musical heritage and a full selection of co-curricular activities, including visual arts and drama.

 

For an insight into academic life at Worth School, take a look at this promotional video:

How to Apply for 11 Plus Entry to Worth School

Before applying for entry to the school, parents are encouraged to attend an open day. Parents and prospective pupils will be welcomed by the Headmaster and have the opportunity to meet current pupils and senior staff whilst taking a tour of the campus.

 

You can register your child with the school by completing the online registration form and paying a non-refundable registration fee of £150.

 

All registered candidates for the 11+ will be invited to the school’s Junior Assessment Day, which usually takes place six months prior to the year of entry. Prospective pupils will be required to take an online assessment, attend informal interviews with staff members and participate in small group tasks.

The Worth School 11 Plus Online Assessment

Before the school can allocate Year 7 places, candidates must sit an online assessment. This test aims to measure a child’s current ability in Verbal, Numerical and Non-verbal skills. Similar to CEM Select by Cambridge Assessment, it is designed to enable children to demonstrate their academic potential.

Worth School Admissions Criteria

Pupils must pass Worth School’s online test to be considered for a place in Year 7. On Junior Assessment Day, there will also be interviews and group tasks. References and reports from the candidate’s current school will be requested as they form a key element of the admissions process.

 

After assessment day, successful candidates are informed of the results at least six months prior to entry and will then be asked to attend an introduction day.

 

At 11+, Worth School offers various scholarships for pupils who excel in specific subjects.

How to Prepare for the Worth School 11 Plus Assessment

Gaining a place at a UK independent school can be a very competitive experience, so it is important to ensure your child is fully prepared for sitting the exam. Our practice tests and skill practice products will build your child’s confidence and help them become familiar with its format, style and content early on.

 

Our resources cover Verbal reasoning, Non-verbal and Numerical reasoning. They allow students to review their answers and receive detailed explanations for each question. Our practice tests also provide age-specific information on statistical averages so you can see how your child’s performance compares to their peer group.

Worth School 11 Plus Practice Tests

You can learn more about our highly accurate online CEM Select full practice and skill practice tests by clicking on the links below:

Online Practice Tests

📈CEM Select Practice Test 1

📈CEM Select Practice Test 2

📈CEM Select Practice Test 3

📈CEM Select Practice Test 4

📈CEM Select Practice Test 5

Skill Practice

📌CEM Select – Missing Words

 

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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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