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2021 Grammar Admission Arrangements

Please view each school's admission page for current information on entrance tests scheduled for Sept 2020 for 2021 admissions.

Please check school websites to verify the information below. We cannot be held responsible for late or missed applications. Applicants must have a date of birth between 1st September 2009 and 31st August 2010

School Online applications open Online applications close Examination date
Altrincham Grammar School For Boys March 1st 2020 Wednesday 1st July 2020 Friday 11th September 2020
Altrincham Grammar School For Girls 12 noon on Monday 18th May 12 noon on the 26th June 2020 Monday 14th
September 2020 
Loreto Grammar School Saturday, 27th June 2020 Not given on website (checked 4/5/20) Saturday, 26th September 2020
Sale Grammar School 12 noon on Monday 18th May 12 noon on the 26th June 2020 Monday 14th September 2020
St Ambrose College April 2020 Friday 17th July 2020 Friday 18th September 2020.
Stretford Grammar School 12 noon on Monday 18th May 12 noon on the 26th June 2020 Monday 14th September 2020
Urmston Grammar School 12 noon on Monday 18th May 12 noon on the 26th June 2020

Monday 14th September 2020

 

The Schools Admissions Code, that came into effect in 2012, stated that by law, schools must take all reasonable steps to inform parents of the outcome of tests before the closing deadline for the Common Application form (CAF) on October 31st.

From 2016, the following four schools will be known as the Trafford Grammar Schools CEM Consortium (TGSCC): Altrincham Grammar for Girls, Sale Grammar, Stretford Grammar, Urmston Grammar. Children can sit only one test. Parents can request the raw scores be shared between the schools. Scores cannot be shared between the schools after the standardisation process. Parents have to apply to one of the four schools to sit the exam and state which schools to share the scores with. Only girls can sit the test at Altrincham Grammar School. It is possible for a child to pass the test for one school and not for another; this is because the raw scores are being compared to a different cohort of children. Each school has it’s own admission policy.

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