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Sarah Beswick 11+ Tuition and Mock Exams

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Booking-in for the 2023 11+ Exam

Telephone 01722 327525 to talk to Sarah about your needs.


South Wilts Grammar School for Girls has Maths, English and Verbal Reasoning in their exam. They use the GL (Granada Learning) exam board.

Bishop Wordsworth School for boys has Maths, Verbal and Non-Verbal. Verbal is anything to do with words: a mixture of traditional English and Verbal Reasoning. They use the CEM (Centre for Educational Monitoring) exam board.

During term time I teach mixed classes of boys and girls Maths, English and Verbal Reasoning.

Non-Verbal reasoning is taught during the Holiday Workshops.

Weekly term classes
Holiday workshops including combined Maths, English and Verbal Reasoning and single subjects: Non-Verbal Reasoning, Exam Technique, Comprehension, Spatial Awareness and Vocabulary.
Work Books Shared plastic work folders or bought paper ones (some with video support)
Daily maths sheet, free to all
Mock Exams in a hall, with detailed paper reports (about half an inch thick) and hours of videos to correct mistakes
Virtual mock exams with detailed emailed reports and hours of videos to correct mistakes
Pre-recorded classes, for Lockdowns, absences and remote learning
Videos, literally hundreds of free videos
A handbook detailing all you need to know

Term time classes: £22.50 an hour, paid half-termly via PayPal button on our website
Mock Exams: £46 for a full report, £36 for a basic
Virtual Mock Exams £46 for a full report, £36 for a basic
Holiday Workshops: £50 for 4½ hours

Wednesdays: The Sea Scout Hut, St Marks Avenue, SP1 3DD
Class times 4:00, 5:15 and 6:30, all for an hour
Thursdays: Laverstock Village Hall, SP1 1RQ
Class times 4:45 and 6:00 both for an hour



After you book a place

We will email to confirm your place on the list and ask you to fill in a form with your address etc.
If you don’t receive this within a couple of days, check your spam then phone us; the chances are that we have recorded your email wrongly.



When you book we will send you a PayPal button. You have until 15th of October to pay. We will send out a reminder at the beginning of October and again on the 15th of October when any unpaid-for places will be made available to anyone else who wants them.


15th October

Spaces made available to everybody.


2nd November
The 11+ year starts. Hoorah!


Click here for the term dates for 2022/23




1. The Daily Maths Sheet (click here for questions) and (click here for answers).
2. Subscribe to my YouTube Channel (hundreds of videos) (link to our youtube home page).
3. Listen to audiobooks together and discuss the possible outcomes (try the "Just William" series).
4. Read - anything. It doesn't have to be classic novels. The Guinness Book of Records, the back of cereal packets, Jeremy Clarkson will do just fine.
5. Try the free worksheets and download the first free Scholar's Book. (link and link to answer videos)
6. Practise following instructions e.g. cooking and craft activities.
7. Make things out of paper and card. Undo boxes for the cardboard recycling - 3D shapes constantly cause trouble.
8. Find our “What to do in year 4” button.

We will respond to Government guidelines as the need arises. If you have any particular concerns, please get in touch.


About half the pupils on my books in any year don’t do weekly classes. They mix and match the different things we offer to suit their own needs. They might do The Scholar’s Course booklets and videos and come in for mock exams and holiday workshops. Anxious children like to do the pre-recorded classes and virtual mock exams before they venture into live classes. Younger children need Mrs Sock. Children for whom English is a second language tend to prefer the videos because they can re-listen to them.