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Selection test in September 2013 for children transferring to secondary school in September 2014
Selection testing for children in Year 6, who will start at secondary school in September 2014, is now complete. If you have recently moved to Bexley, please contact the School Admissions Team for advice about late tests.
Selection test in September 2014 for children transferring to secondary school in 2015
Details of the 2014 selection test will be published on this page in January or February 2014.
Selection tests for children already at secondary school
Children can be admitted to grammar schools in Bexley after the start of Year 7 if vacancies arise because, for example, other children leave the school. If you would like to apply for a place at a grammar school in Bexley for your child, you should complete the London Borough of Bexley's Secondary In Year Admission application form listing your preferred schools.
The in year application form and guidance notes can be downloaded from In year admissions. You will be notified of the test arrangements by the grammar schools. The tests are not the same as those taken by children in the last year of primary school.
If your child is deemed selective but a place is not available at your preferred school, you will be able to request that he or she is placed on the waiting list for a place. Being deemed selective does not guarantee that a place will be offered.
The information on this page relates only to the Bexley selection test. If you need information about tests for entry to schools outside Bexley, you should contact that local authority or school for details.
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