Find out information about Boston Grammar School here and learn about what courses your child should be doing if they hope to pass the entry examination into Boston Grammar School.
About Boston Grammar School
The school is proud of its success in the traditional, academic GCSE and A-level subjects, with the vast majority of students going on to university. The school is unique in offering up to a dozen bursaries each year to students entering Higher Education, after successfully completing their A-level courses with Boston Grammar School. The Medlock Trust, Dora Stanley and Durham Castle Scholarships are significant and have proven invaluable in helping students succeed at university. Past students have pursued careers in engineering, medicine, law, politics, architecture, media, banking and the sciences but many of those joining BGS now will enter professions and jobs which do not currently exist. This is why they are encouraging students to develop a lifelong passion for learning. They aim to help them become resilient, adaptable and confident.
|Places in Year 7||120 pupils|
|Competition||4+ applicants for every place|
|Exam Format||GL 11 Plus- Verbal Reasoning/Non-Verbal Reasoning|
Boston Grammar School Courses
With high entry standards to Boston Grammar School, your child will need plenty of preparation in order to get in. Parents can choose to use tutors/tuition centres or books/structured courses. The benefits of a structured course are that it is tailored to the area you are applying for and parents can focus on helping their child rather than worrying about which books to buy when and what order to do the work in.
Our courses are used by parents and by private tutors who choose to use them instead of books to help their children.
Which 11 Plus course to choose?
If your child is in Year 3 or Year 4 then please use our primary schools course chooser (link below) as a guide to starting on the right course. These courses focus on core literacy and numeracy skills. They help your child reach their potential before moving onto 11 Plus preparation at the right time.
If your child is really bright and in the latter half of Year 4 or in Year 5 then please choose from the courses below which have been tailored for the 11 Plus and this school/area.
Complete Courses – Complete preparation for the 11 Plus Exam
The course below is our bespoke course for Lincolnshire and includes everything needed. This course is 40 parts in length with its own dedicated page including full details and free course preview.
Enhance Courses- For those with a little less time
If you have less time available we have cut our main course down to half the length (roughly 65% of the materials in the complete course are included in our Enhance course). Full details and free preview are available by following the link:
Boost Courses- For those preparing without much time to go until the exam
If you are preparing later then we have produced these short courses which are half the length of Enhance courses but contain about 40% of our longest course. Link to the full Boost course below where you will find full details and an in-depth free preview:
Preparation for Independent School 11 Plus Exams
Often we will find parents are asking their children to sit an 11 Plus exam for a grammar school in September and then are going on to sit an Independent School 11 Plus exam the following January.
Where this is case we have prepared two courses to help with the additional preparation that will be required: