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Gravesend Grammar School

Address
Church Walk
Gravesend
Kent
DA12 2PR
Tel
01474 331893
Fax
01474 331894
Email
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Gravesend Grammar School, Gravesend is a state school for boys aged from 11 to 18, co-ed sixth form.

Local authority:

Kent

Pupils:

993

Religion:

Non-denominational


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Entrance examinations consist of: 8-11: Individual assessment. 11: Maths, English & VR 16: Minimum of 5 Cs (including at least 2 Bs).

Past papers given.

For help with revision visit www.11plusenglish.com

Converted to an academy 2011. Read More

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