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Sarah Beswick 11+ Tuition and Mock Exams

Telephone 01722 327525


Space is available in the class below:

Wednesday at 6.30, St Marks Sea Scouts, St Marks Avenue SP1 3DD.

Call me on 01722 327525 for details.


Home PageBook Online to start in November 2023

Booking-in for the 2024 11+ Exam


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

From the 2023 11+, Bishop Wordsworth's School also uses the GL exam board. Their test will consist of two papers: a Verbal Skills Test and a Maths & Non-Verbal Reasoning test.

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


I teach Non-Verbal Reasoning in 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, Vocabulary, Maths and English
Work Books Shared plastic work folders or bought paper ones (some with video support)
Daily maths sheet (with answers) free to all
Mock Exams in a hall, with detailed paper reports (about half an inch thick) and hours of videos to correct mistakes
Nervous mock exam to do at home, 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
Nervous Mock Exams £46 for a full report, £36 for a basic
Holiday Workshops: £50 for 4 hours

Wednesdays: The Sea Scout Hut, St Marks Avenue, SP1 3DD

Wednesday class times at St Marks 4:00, 5:15 and 6:30, all for an hour.

Thursdays: Laverstock Village Hall, SP1 1RQ

Thursday class times at Laverstock 4:30 and 5:45 both for an hour

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 here. (Link to answer videos here)
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.

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 nervous 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.