Year 5

Dynamic lessons for grammar school entrance exams

Our Curriculum

Our highly structured programme for year 5 offers weekly learning modules and homework with a click of a button.

Developing Independent Learning

It is important that Year 5 children develop ownership of their learning, recognising their strengths and talents.  Learning from mistakes is key to making progress and we believe that testing teaches children to become familiar with their strengths and weaknesses.


A Bank of Learning Modules

The great thing about our platform is that your child can revisit lessons and revise and practice anywhere, anytime.

Interactive video lessons with explanations.

Weekly PDF Homework that can be printed

Weekly modules on 11+ topics that are in digestible chunks.

Hundreds of extra modules to help grow your child's brain.

Transfer Testing

Buckinghamshire and Kent provide two types of secondary schools; grammar schools and upper schools. Grammar schools admit children based on their performance in the 11+ test. GL Assessments provide the testing and consequently, we teach to meet the 11+ requirements. Topics include:


You can chart your child’s progress each month through our 11+ Mock Tests and improve in key areas.


Each child will have a question booklet and a separate answer sheet for each test paper which is something many children may not be familiar with. The question booklet will contain all the necessary instructions about taking the test and all the test questions.

Honestly… yes. But with a solid exposure of 11+ question types, your child will be better prepared. Working with your son and daughter at home is a good place to start. Reading books at bedtime and involving them with everyday activities goes a long way.

We believe in teaching concepts that are engaging in a thematic way. We teach in bitesize chunks and repeat key topics so your child can feel happy and confident.

Paper A will include verbal reasoning and technical English and has a weighting of 50%. Paper B includes mathematical problems and non-verbal. These both have a weighting of 25%.