eleven-plus


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eleven-plus

(esp formerly) an examination, taken by children aged 11 or 12, that determines the type of secondary education a child will be given
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schools where students go who do not pass the eleven-plus exam) achieve lower grades, though perhaps just one tenth of a grade less per subject (Atkinson et al.
The move follows work carried out by the Eleven-Plus Working Group set up by the council, including local headteachers.
THERE was a time when a cricket team was an eleven but now it's a case of eleven-plus.
Gail, who went to Burnside High School in Wallsend, did not pass her Eleven-Plus.
And when she ruled out abolishing the Eleven-plus everywhere there were shouts of "Shame
The machine is the culmination of Unique's eleven-plus years of CNC machine experience and arches twice as fast as its earlier models.
ALMOST 200 pensioners have gone back to school - to resit their eleven-plus exams.
We have eleven-plus acres of pasture, a little woods and a creek.
During the last two years, taught first by Mr Middlemiss and then a lady whose name eludes me, the focus was on the Eleven-plus exam.
Eleven-plus boys: Cam Horrabin, Akshat Sinha, Logan McDonald; girls: Megan Taylor, Bethan Jordan, Emily Reed.
His Nan gave a mock laugh and said, 'Your mam never even passed her eleven-plus.
Yes, what happened to those who didn't pass the eleven-plus was wrong but to have addressed that and left the ladder in place would surely have made more sense.