Learn the main techniques and strategies for all the question types.
Develop your skills and knowledge together with others.
Succeed by achieving your potential and reaching the school of your choice.
We teach children in small groups to enable us to give individual support but also to allow them to work together with others. The course runs over the year in blocks of six weeks, although we do welcome children to join at any time, and offer both Year 4 and Year 5 classes.
In each block we cover off specific question types and techniques. Every 5th week the children are assessed on their progress and in week 6 we give feedback to both parents and students and discuss any misconceptions they might have. This ongoing assessment of your child allows you to understand their progress and discover their areas of development.
Teachitright also offers a weekly homework and book club for free for all students that have signed up to one of our 11+ Courses.
Which Course Do You Need?
Before booking a course we will check which schools you are looking to sit the 11+ for and advise on the specific course you require. The two main exam boards for the 11+ examinations are GL Assessment (Granada Learning Assessment) and CEM (The Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring, Durham University).
Each county will make a decision about which board they will adopt, therefore, once you decide on the grammar schools you will be selecting, you will know which board you need to look for. We also run a course specific to Reading Boys School who implemented their own entrance exam in the 2020-21 academic year.
Our Year 4 course is an introductory course and covers all core skills required for both CEM and GL Assessment exam boards, as well as Reading Boys, where as our year 5 courses concentrate on one exam board depending on their locations.
Top Up Sessions
Teachitright also offers extension sessions to ensure parents who wish their child to study for both the 11+ exam in CEM (Berkshire and the Midlands) and GL Assessment (Buckinghamshire and the Midlands) have covered both syllabuses. It is important to recognise that there is a huge overlap between the subjects, e.g. Mathematics, Non-Verbal Reasoning and English comprehension. However, there are variations which need to be taught for the different exam boards. One of the main differences is the Verbal Reasoning question types and the introduction of SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar questions) for the GL Assessment examination.
Our courses have been meticulously planned to ensure that the required elements of Verbal Reasoning (VR), Non-Verbal Reasoning (NVR), English and Numerical Reasoning (Mathematics) are comprehensively covered throughout the year.
To find out further information about our courses please take a look at our detailed brochure which includes our course syllabus.