Chelmsford County High School for Girls
Admissions and 11 Plus exam information for Chelmsford County High School for Girls. Use the site to help you find out how to be successful with an 11 Plus exam application to Chelmsford County High School for Girls.
|Address||Chelmsford County High School for Girls, Broomfield Road, Chelmsford CM1 1RW|
|Places in Year 7||120|
|Competition||7 applicants for every place|
|Exam Format||CEM 11 Plus – Verbal Reasoning (including comprehension) Non-Verbal Reasoning, Numerical Reasoning (Maths).|
Description of the school – Chelmsford High School for Girls
Chelmsford County High School is a highly selective grammar school drawing girls from a wide area around Chelmsford. It has specialist college status in three areas: technology with mathematics and science; English and music; and languages. Competition for places is fierce; applicants take an 11+ examination with one in five being admitted. Students join from around 70 primary schools and significant numbers join from the private sector. None of the students is known to be eligible for free school meals and none is looked after by the local authority.
None has a statement of special educational need and very few have learning difficulties or disabilities. One in five students are from minority ethnic groups and one in ten speaks English as an additional language. The vast majority of students continue their studies in the sixth form, where they are joined by about 20 who transfer from other schools.