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Grammar Schools in the West Midlands Grammar School Partnership: Complete Guide

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About Grammar Schools in the West Midlands Grammar School Partnership

Making the right choice between different grammar schools can be a tough decision for parents. Whilst all grammar schools offer great starts for children, it is often difficult to find comprehensive information concerning the different schools available and the best options for your children out there.

This guide aims to provide clear and concise information regarding the grammar schools in the West Midlands Grammar School Partnership which consists of the Shropshire, Wolverhampton and Walsall Consortium, The Grammar Schools in Birmingham Consortium, and the Warwickshire Consortium. The grammar schools included in these consortiums are:

  • Haberdashers’ Adams Grammar School
  • Newport Girls’ High School,
  • Queen Mary’s Grammar School
  • Queen Mary’s High School
  • Wolverhampton Girls’ High School
  • Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School
  • King Edward VI Aston School
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys
  • King Edward VI Camp High School for Girls
  • King Edward VI Five Ways School
  • King Edward VI Handsworth Grammar School for Boys
  • King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls
  • Sutton Coldfield Grammar School for Girls
  • Alcester Grammar School
  • Ashlawn School
  • King Edward VI School (Stratford-Upon-Avon)
  • Lawrence Sheriff School
  • Rugby High School
  • Stratford Girls’ Grammar School 
 

This includes general information, information concerning the tests followed by key details about each school including statistics, facilities, results, and Ofsted reviews.

In the coming sections of this article, the below listed key terms mean the following:

  • CAF: Common Application Form, the form you must submit to your local authority listing the schools of your choice in order of preference 
  • PAN: Published Admission Number, the number of places available for year 7 entry in 2024 at 11 plus (11+) level
  • EHCP: Education, Health and Care Plan, a legal document that describes a person’s special educational needs
  • Pupil Premium: a grant that improves educational outcomes for disadvantaged pupil
  • PLAC: (previously) looked after children
  •  

Key information for 2024 entry into the Grammar Schools in the West Midlands Grammar School Partnership at 11 plus (11+)

Important dates:

 

Admissions information:

Exam format for the West Midlands (11+) entrance exam

The West Midlands 11 plus

For grammar schools in the West Midlands Grammar School Partnership, students must take the West Midlands 11 plus (11+). The entrance exam is set by GL Assessment and composed of two multiple-choice 60-minute papers testing:

  • English comprehension – tests Key Stage 2 English national curriculum (KS2).
  • Maths – tests Key Stage 2 Maths national curriculum (KS2).
  • Verbal reasoning – letter/word-based problem-solving questions.
  • Non-verbal reasoning – numerical/visual-based problem-solving questions.

Haberdashers' Adams Grammar School

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School type: boys’ grammar

Local authority: Telford and Wrekin Council

Number of pupils: 940 (approx.)

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 135 (day), 15 (boarding)

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 111

Headteacher: Gary Hickey

Address: Haberdashers’ Adams, High Street, Newport, TF10 7BD

Open event: see school websites for updates.

Priority criteria:

  • [for day pupils] PLAC, boys who receive Pupil Premium & achieve no lower than 5% below the qualifying score, who attend a primary school in the TF10 area (in rank score order if this category is oversubscribed), other boys in rank score order. In a tiebreaker situation, the child who lives the nearest distance to the school is given priority.
 
  • [for boarding pupils] PLAC, children of members of the UK Armed Forces who qualify for Ministry of Defence financial assistance with the cost of boarding school fees, with a boarding need (see school website for the criteria which constitutes ‘boarding need’), other children in rank score order.
Catchment area: there is no catchment area but in the case of day school applications, boys who attend primary schools in Newport (TF10 postcodes).
 

2022 Results: GCSE: 76.7% of students achieved grades 9-7, A Level: 75.8% of students achieved grades A*-B.

Ofsted ranking: Good

School’s Contact details: 01952 953810, www.adamsgs.uk, [email protected], [email protected] (for boarding), 

Newport Girls' High School

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School type: girls’ grammar

Number of pupils: 682 (approx.)

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 120

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 43

Headteacher: Michael Scott

Address: Newport Girls’ High School, Wellington Road, Newport, TF10 7HL

Open events: see school website for updates.

Oversubscription criteria:

  • Category 1: PLAC who achieve at least 95% of the qualifying score.
  • Category 2: girls who receive Pupil Premium (15 places max.), attend a Telford & Wrekin primary school & achieve at least 95% of the qualifying score (if the number of girls who meet these criteria exceeds 15, they are selected based off their ranked score, & if there is a tie for the 15th place, all girls with the 15th highest tied score are admitted).
  • Category 3: girls who live in the catchment area & achieve the qualifying score (if there are more girls than places in this category, they are selected based off their ranked score).
  • Category 4: girls living outside the catchment area in rank score order (if there is a tie for the 120th place, the girl who lives nearest to the school is selected).
 
Catchment area:  Under Category 2, priority is given to children who attend primary schools in the Telford & Wrekin authority.

2022 Results: GCSE: 90.2% of students achieved grades 9-7, A Level: 81.4% of students achieved grades A*-B.

Ofsted ranking: Outstanding

School’s Contact details: 01952 797550, [email protected], www.nghs.org.uk

Queen Mary's Grammar School

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School type: boys’ grammar

Number of pupils: 1,332 (approx.)

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 180

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 109

Headteacher: Richard Langton 

Address: Queen Mary’s Grammar School, Sutton Road, Walsall, WS1 2PG

Open events: see school website for updates.

Oversubscription criteria: PLAC, boys who receive Pupil Premium (54 places max.) in rank test score order (boys who attend a primary school that is in the Walsall Children’s Services Directory are prioritised), other boys who meet the qualifying test score in rank order.

Catchment area: there is no catchment area.

2022 Results: GCSE: 77.4% of students achieved grades 9-7, A Level: 72.1% of students achieved grades A*-B.

Ofsted ranking: Outstanding

School’s Contact details: 01922 720696, [email protected], www.qmgs.walsall.sch.uk

Queen Mary's High School

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School type: girls’ grammar

Number of pupils: 889 (approx.)

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 150

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 96

Headteacher: Ruth Tindall

Address: Queen Mary’s High School, Upper Forster Street, Walsall, WS4 2AE

Open events: see school website for updates.

Priority criteria: PLAC, Girls who receive Pupil Premium & achieve the qualifying score (with priority given to girls who attend a state primary school in Walsall if eligible girls in this category exceeds the maximum 45 places), other girls who achieve the qualifying score in rank order. 

Catchment area: there is no catchment area.

2022 Results: GCSE: 87% of students achieved grades 9-7, A Level: 77.9% of students achieved grades A*-B.

Ofsted ranking: Outstanding

School’s Contact details: [email protected],  www.qmhs.org.uk, 01922 721013

Wolverhampton Girls' High School

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School type: girls’ grammar

Number of pupils: 1,151 (approx.)

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 180

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 81

Headteacher: Trudi Young

Address: Wolverhampton Girls’ High, Tettenhall Road, Wolverhampton, WV6 0BY

Open events: see school website for updates.

Oversubscription criteria: PLAC who achieve the qualifying score or above, the top 25 scoring girls who receive Pupil Premium & achieve the qualifying score, other girls in rank score order. In a tiebreaker situation, girls are prioritised in the following way: PLAC, Pupil Premium-receiving girls, girls who live closest to the school.

Catchment area: There is no catchment area.

2022 Results: GCSE: 84.1% of students achieved grades 9-7, A Level: 73.7% of students achieved grades A*-B.

Ofsted ranking: Outstanding

School’s Contact details: 01902 551515, www.wghs.org.uk,  [email protected]

Bishop Vesey's Grammar School for Boys (BVGS)

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School type: Boys’ selective grammar school

Number of pupils: 1,354

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 192

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 51 

Headteacher: Dominic Robson

Address: Lichfield Road, Sutton Coldfield, B74 2NH

Open event: updates via the school’s School Open Events page

Catchment area: No catchment area

Priority criteria: Candidates with an EHCP naming BVGS, PLAC, children who receive free school meals & secure a qualifying test score (38 places max.), children who secure a qualifying test score in rank order, in the circumstance of equal test scores priority is given to children living the closest distance from the school

Facilities: Floodlit all-weather pitch, multisport sports hall, indoor cricket centre, 7 rugby pitches, 3 cricket squares, 4 lane all weather cricket net facility, netball courts, tennis courts, erg room, & rowing boats. 

2022 Results: GCSE: 74.95% of students achieved grades 9-7, A Level: 86.93% students achieved grades A*-B

Ofsted ranking: Outstanding

School’s Contact details: 0121 250 5420, contact form for email address,  www.bvgs.co.uk

King Edward VI Aston School

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School type: Boys’ selective grammar school, sport specialist college, academy converter

Number of pupils: 989

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 140

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 243

Headteacher: Matt Brady

Address: Frederick Road, Aston, Birmingham, B6 6DJ

Open event: updates via school’s Open days & events page

Catchment area: Home addresses in Birmingham & Solihull, map available via school’s website here

Priority criteria: All of the following are ranked by test score and distance from the school: PLAC, children with Pupil Premium* (*if fewer than 25% of the PAN are filled by applicants in this category, Pupil Premium students living outside of the catchment area with priority given to those with a sibling at the school then distance from the school), children who live within the catchment area, children with an older sibling at the school, children who achieve the qualifying score

Facilities: fitness suite, sports hall, courts

2022 Results: GCSE: 69.2% of students achieved grades 9-7, A Level: 56.8% of students achieved A*-B

Ofsted ranking: Outstanding

School’s Contact details: 0121 327 1130, [email protected]www.keaston.bham.sch.uk

King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys

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School type: Boys’ selective grammar school

Number of pupils: 947

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 120

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 18

Headteacher: Russel Bowen

Address: Vicarage Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham, B14 7QJ

Open event: 21 September 2023 (5.30-8.30pm), no booking required, updates via school’s Open Evening page

Catchment area: Home addresses in Birmingham, map available via school’s website here

Priority criteria: All of the following are ranked by test score and distance from the school: PLAC, children with Pupil Premium living within the catchment area* (*if fewer than 25% of the PAN are filled by applicants in this category, Pupil Premium students living outside of the catchment area with priority given to those with a sibling at the school then distance from the school), children who live within the catchment area, children with an older sibling at the school, children who achieve the qualifying score

Facilities: shared campus with King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Girls, 25m swimming pool, sports hall, fitness room, dance/drama studio, 4 rugby pitches, grass cricket square, library, science laboratories, tennis courts

2022 Results: GCSE: 92.3% of students achieved grades 9-7, A Level: 88.6% of students achieved grades A*-B 

Ofsted ranking: Outstanding

School’s Contact details: 0121 444 3188, [email protected], www.camphillboys.bham.sch.uk

King Edward VI Five Ways School

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School type: Co-educational selective grammar school

Number of pupils: 1,192

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 180

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 43

Headteacher: Charlotte Johnson

Address: Scotland Lane, Bartley Green, Birmingham, B32 4BT

Open event: see school website for updates.

Catchment area: Home addresses in Birmingham, map available via school’s website here

Priority criteria: All of the following are ranked by test score and distance from the school: PLAC, children with Pupil Premium* (*if fewer than 25% of the PAN are filled by applicants in this category, Pupil Premium students living outside of the catchment area with priority given to those with a sibling at the school then distance from the school), children who live within the catchment area, children with an older sibling at the school, children who achieve the qualifying score

Facilities: Artificial grass hockey/football pitch, sports hall, climbing wall, fitness suite, dance/drama studio, swimming pool, tennis/netball courts

2022 Results: GCSE: 85% of students achieved grades 9-7, A Level: 84% of students achieved grades A*-B 

Ofsted ranking: Outstanding

School’s Contact details: 0121 475 3535, [email protected], www.kefw.org

King Edward VI Handsworth Grammar School for Boys

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School type: Boys’ selective grammar school, with co-ed sixth form

Number of pupils: 934

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 150

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 232

Headteacher: Simon Bird

Address: Grove Lane, Handsworth, Birmingham, B21 9ET

Open event: see school website for updates.

Catchment area: Home addresses in Birmingham, map available via school’s website here

Priority criteria: All of the following are ranked by test score and distance from the school: PLAC, children with Pupil Premium* (*if fewer than 25% of the PAN are filled by applicants in this category, Pupil Premium students living outside of the catchment area with priority given to those with a sibling at the school then distance from the school), children who live within the catchment area, children with an older sibling at the school, children who achieve the qualifying score

Facilities: 3G pitch, pavillion, astro-turf, table tennis area

2022 Results: GCSE: 57.8% of students achieved grades 9-7, A Level: 63.9% of students achieved grades A*-B

Ofsted ranking: Outstanding

School’s Contact details: 0121 554 2794, [email protected], www.handsworth.bham.sch.uk

King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls

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School type: Girls’ selective grammar school

Number of pupils: 1,086

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 192

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 114

Headteacher: Amy Whittall

Address: Rose Hill Road, Birmingham, B21 9AR

Open event: see school website for updates.

Catchment area: Home addresses in Birmingham, Sandwell, & Solihull, map available via school’s website here

Priority criteria: All of the following are ranked by test score and distance from the school: PLAC, children with Pupil Premium* (*if fewer than 25% of the PAN are filled by applicants in this category, Pupil Premium students living outside of the catchment area with priority given to those with a sibling at the school then distance from the school), children who live within the catchment area, children with an older sibling at the school, children who achieve the qualifying score

Facilities: Church/music centre, conference room/meeting rooms, dance studio, school hall, library, grass pitches, cricket wicket, indoor cricket nets, tennis/netball/badminton/volleyball/basketball courts, sports field, sports hall

2022 Results: Full information not available, see school’s Exam Results table 

Ofsted ranking: Outstanding

School’s Contact details: 0121 554 2342, [email protected], www.kingedwardvi.bham.sch.uk

Sutton Coldfield Grammar School for Girls

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School type: Girls’ selective grammar school

Number of pupils: 1,226

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 180

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 22

Headteacher: Dr Barbara Minards

Address: Jockey Road, Sutton Coldfield, B73 5PT

Open event: see school website for updates.

Catchment area: There is no catchment area.

Priority criteria: All of the following are ranked by standardised test score: PLAC, Pupil Premium students (no more than 36 places), children who achieve the qualifying score, where scores are equal places are offered to those who live closest to the School in a straight-line distance from their home address to the school’s reception

Facilities: art/science laboratories, sports hall, library, multi-purpose social space

2022 Results: GCSE: 87.3% of students achieved grades 9-7, A Level: 90% of students achieved grades A*-B

Ofsted ranking: Good

School’s Contact details: 0121 354 1479, [email protected], www.suttcold.bham.sch.uk

Alcester Grammar School

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School type: mixed grammar

Number of pupils: 1,325

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 150

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 93

Headteacher: Rachel Thorpe 

Address: Birmingham Road, Alcester, B49 5ED

Catchment area: you can find a map of all the Warwickshire grammar schools’ priority areas here

Priority criteria in rank order: PLAC; children who live in the priority area who are eligible for free school meals; children who live in the priority area who achieve the qualifying score; children who live outside of the priority area who achieve the qualifying score; children who score below the qualifying score, but above the minimum academic standard for the waiting list

2022 Results: GCSE: 73.6% of students achieved grades 9-7, A Level: 76% of students achieved grades A*-B

Ofsted ranking: Outstanding

School’s Contact details: 01789 762 494, [email protected], www.alcestergs.com

King Edward VI School

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School type: boys’ grammar

Number of pupils: 793

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 87

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 10

Headteacher: Bennet Carr 

Address: Chapel Lane, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 6BE

Catchment area: you can find a map of all the Warwickshire grammar schools’ priority areas here

Priority criteria in rank order: PLAC; max.13 places for children who live in the priority areas who are eligible for free school meals; max. 70 places for children who live in the inner priority circle who achieve the qualifying score; children who live in the outer priority circle who achieve the qualifying score; children who live outside the priority circles and achieve the qualifying score; children who score below the qualifying score, but above the minimum academic standard for the waiting list

2022 Results: GCSE: 91.2% of students achieved grades 9-7, A Level: 92.2% of students achieved grades A*-B

Ofsted ranking: Outstanding

School’s Contact details: 01789 293 351, [email protected], www.kes.net

Lawrence Sheriff School

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School type: boys’ grammar

Number of pupils: 1,031

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 150

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 54

Headteacher: Teresa Mpofu

Address: Clifton Road, Rugby, CV21 3AG

Catchment area: you can find a map of all the Warwickshire grammar schools’ priority areas here

Priority criteria in rank order: PLAC; max. 30 places for children who live in the catchment area who are eligible for free school meals; max. 5 places for children who live in the inner catchment area who are eligible for Pupil Premium; children who live in the catchment area who achieve the qualifying score

2022 Results: GCSE: 76.8% of students achieved grades 9-7, A Level: 85.3% of students achieved grades A*-B

Ofsted ranking: Outstanding

School’s Contact details: 01788 542 074, [email protected], www.lawrencesheriffschool.com

Rugby High School​

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School type: girls’ grammar

Number of pupils: 868

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 120

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 96

Headteacher: Mark Grady

Address: Longrood Road, Rugby, CV22 7RE

Catchment area: you can find a map of all the Warwickshire grammar schools’ priority areas here

Priority criteria in rank order: PLAC who achieve the qualifying score or up to 15 marks below it; children who live in the priority areas who are eligible for free school meals and achieve the qualifying score; children living in priority area 1 (east Warwickshire) who achieve the qualifying score; children living in area 2 (eastern priority circle) who achieve the automatic qualifying score; children living anywhere who achieve the qualifying score; children living anywhere who don’t achieve the qualifying score, but above the required minimum academic standard for the waiting list

2022 Results: GCSE: 81.4% of students achieved grades 9-7, A Level: 71.8% of students achieved grades A*-B

Ofsted ranking: Good

School’s Contact details: 01788 810 518, [email protected], www.rugbyhighschool.co.uk

Stratford Girls’ Grammar School

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School type: girls’ grammar

Number of pupils: 824

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 120

The Sunday Times Parent Power National Rank: 13

Headteacher: Jacqueline Cornell

Address: Shottery, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 9HA

Catchment area: you can find a map of all the Warwickshire grammar schools’ priority areas here

Priority criteria in rank order: PLAC who achieve the qualifying score or up to 20 marks below it; max. 19 places for children who live in the priority areas who are eligible for free school meals and achieve the qualifying score or up to 20 marks below; children living in the priority areas who achieve the qualifying score; children living anywhere who achieve the qualifying score; children who don’t achieve the qualifying score, but above the required minimum academic standard for the waiting list

2022 Results: GCSE: 94.4% of students achieved grades 9-7, A Level: 90.4% of students achieved grades A*-B

Ofsted ranking: Outstanding

School’s Contact details: 01789 293 759, [email protected], www.sggs.org.uk

Ashlawn School

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School type: mixed grammar

Ages: 11-18

PAN: 256

Headteacher: Paul Brockwell

Address: Ashlawn Rd, Hillmorton, Rugby CV22 5ET

Catchment area: you can find a map of all the Warwickshire grammar schools’ priority areas here

Priority criteria in rank order: PLAC; max. 31 selective places for children who have reached the qualifying score; max. 25 places for children who have achieved the required score in the Modern Language Aptitude Test; same-year siblings in the same application cycle; children living in the priority area who have a sibling at the school; children living outside of the priority area who have a sibling at the school

School’s Contact details: 01788 573425, [email protected], www.ashlawn.org.uk

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