11+ Entry Joining Year 7
Please use the link below to register for Year 7 2024
Candidates will sit the London 11+ Consortium entrance test. Please use this link to access some information about our test.
Candidates who do well in the entrance test will be invited to attend for interview so that we may get to know them better and assess whether Godolphin and Latymer is the right school for them.
Application to Godolphin and Latymer is a two-stage process: parents may register their daughters at any time using the registration form. In cases of particular need we may be able to waive the Registration Fee; please contact the Registrar.
In the Autumn you will be sent an Examination Entry Form requesting further details about your daughter’s application. Both the registration form and exam entry form must be returned by the deadline. We regret that late applications cannot be accepted.
Timetable for 11+ Entry in 2024
Offers: Offers of places are made on the same day as schools within the London 11+ Consortium. The closing date for acceptances is also the same date and time as the Consortium schools.
|Girls must be born between:||1 September 2012 and 31 August 2013|
|Deadline for Registration:||noon on Friday 10 November 2023|
|Deadline for Examination Entrance Form:||noon on Friday 10 November 2023|
|Bursary assistance application forms for Year 7 2024 (Only completed application forms with all supporting documents will be considered.):||noon on Friday 17 November 2023|
|Entrance Exam:||Thursday 30 November or Monday 4 December 2023|
|Interviews:||Friday 12 January 2024|
|Music Scholarship Applications:||Further information can be obtained from the registrar in October.|
|Offers||Friday 9 February 2024 (by email)|
|Acceptance deadline||noon on Tuesday 5 March 2024|
We are very happy to receive applications from students with individual learning needs. Applicants who need extra time or other concessions for the entrance tests should fill in the relevant sections of the examination entry form and should provide written evidence of their needs. This will usually take the form of a letter from a doctor or an assessment report completed by an Educational Psychologist.