Introduction for Entry 2020
Urmston Grammar is a highly successful co-educational 11-18 selective academy with specialist status in Science and Foreign Languages with admission normally taking place at 11 and 16. Accommodation can normally be provided for up to 780 boys and girls in Years 7-11, with 150 places available for the Year 7 intake, plus the Sixth Form. The school has no religious affiliation.
Admission of Children to Year 7 for September 2020
Applications to sit the Urmston Grammar Entrance Exam on Monday 16th September are welcomed from 12:00 noon Monday 3rd June. The closing date for on-line applications is 12:00 noon on Friday 28th June 2019.
Please note if you have not completed the on-line application form or you have not followed the procedure regarding ‘confirmation emails’ by 12 noon on 28th June 2019 a later test will not be initiated until after 1st March 2020.
All Year 5 children and their parents are most welcomed to visit our Open Evening on Thursday 20th June 2019 between 4:00pm and 8:00pm.
Detailed information on the Admissions Procedure and Frequently Asked Questions are provided in the links along with the Admission Policy and Familiarisation Booklet.
Please take time to read all the information provided before completing the on-line application form.
The school admissions personnel will not be able to engage in telephone conversations about any aspect of the admission process. Should you have any queries please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to high volumes of emails the admissions team will endeavour to respond within five working days.
Applications to Urmston Grammar, Altrincham Grammar School for Girls, Sale Grammar School and Stretford Grammar School.
These four Trafford Grammar Schools are known as the Trafford Grammar Schools CEM Consortium (TGSCC).
Urmston Grammar, Altrincham Grammar School for Girls, Sale Grammar School and Stretford Grammar School are using the same entrance test and consequently your child can only sit one test. However, parents can request that the raw score is shared between all four schools for inclusion in their standardisation. Parents can therefore choose to receive results for all four schools. Please read the registration form carefully and tick the appropriate statement to request that the scores are shared. Scores cannot be retrospectively shared between the schools after the standardisation process has taken place.
Online Registration form