Channing School

Channing School: This is an all-girls day school for children aged 4 to 18. There are 930 girls on roll. It is a member of the 11+ London Girls Consortium consisting of 12 schools in London. From 2019 there is a new bespoke cognitive ability test which is 70 minutes long. The format is CEM and consists of questions covering required and an interview testing problem solving, critical thinking and creativity is conducted. The results can be shared with other schools in the consortium maths, verbal reasoning and non-verbal reasoning. It is not online and there are no other written assessments. Most questions are multiple choice. Entry for year 7 is taken in January of year 6. The exam is not ISEB 11+ Common Entrance. References from the current school are also required and a separate application must be made for each school. Overseas candidates are required to take the assessment at one of the 12 schools in London. Scholarships and financial assistance are available. Entry points are also at 4+ for entry into reception. The first assessment consists of an informal session involving puzzles and games for 1 hour. If successful the second assessment involves more activities in small groups with a teacher. Entry at 16+ for Sixth Form includes an interview with the Headmistress, GCSE predictions and a reference from the current school. Typically, 10 GCSEs at grade 7 to 9 are needed and at least a grade 7 in subjects to be studied at A-Level.

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