Dr Challoner’s High School welcomes applications for admission, please see Policy section.
Further information can be found below and, for admission into Year 7, on the Buckinghamshire County Council Website.
Moving up to Secondary School in September 2020
Secondary Transfer Test
Transfer Testing registration for possible entry to grammar school in September 2019 begins at 3pm on 1 May. The deadline for registration is 3pm on 28 June.
Parents whose children attend a Partner or out county primary school can find all the relevant information including the link to the registration portal, from our website here
MOVING UP TO SECONDARY SCHOOL IN SEPTEMBER 2019
Secondary Transfer Testing Registration
We wanted to share with you the following information, in readiness for any queries you might receive from parents regarding the Secondary Transfer Testing process for 2019 entry. We would also be grateful if you would update your website to show any updated information.
Secondary Transfer Test Timeline for 2018 Entry:
1 May 2018 (3pm) – online test registration opens
28 June 2018 (3pm) – deadline for registering
11 September 2018 – Preparation Test
13 September 2018 – Secondary Transfer Test
12 October 2018 – Test results published
Who needs to register for the Secondary Transfer Test?
Children who attend a Buckinghamshire LA primary school are automatically registered and will sit the test in their current school.
Children who attend Partner Schools need to be registered for testing however, they will sit the test in their current school.
Children who attend all other schools will need to be registered for testing, and will sit the test at central venues in Buckinghamshire.
How do parents register for Testing?
We are using our online application portal for parents to register their child for testing,
This year parents will register their child for testing on the online portal, designed specifically for testing registration and this will be accessed on the Grammar Schools and Transfer Test page on our website. Those parents that need to register their child should use this route no matter where they live. If a family has difficulty in accessing the internet, we would recommend they ask a friend or relative, visit their local library or ask their child’s school if they can assist
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact The Admissions and Transport Team at Bucks County Council.