Beaconsfield High School

Beaconsfield High School

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Prospective Students

Tours of Beaconsfield High School are given by students in Years 12 and 13 and are available during term time by appointment:- 

Tuesdays – 10.10am

Thursdays - 9.10am

Fridays – 2.30pm  

This is a chance to tour the school site and to see us in action.If you would like to reserve a place on a tour or if you would like further information, please email Reception. Unfortunately we are unable to offer tours during May and June whilst public exams are taking place    


Lower/Upper School Prospectus 2018

Additional Information for September 2018

Admissions Information

Secondary Transfer Test – September 2019 Information  

For information on the 11+ test for entry in September 2019, please see The Buckinghamshire Grammar Schools website

Admissions Information for 2018 Entry

School Admissions policy for 2018 entry

Catchment Area Map

Admission to Year 7 in September 2018

Places will only be offered to students who have qualified after sitting the 11+ transfer test.   Testing has already taken place for entry in September 2018.  Grammar schools in Buckinghamshire take approximately the top 30% of the ability range. Our admission number for Year 7 is 180.  We operate a waiting list when the school is over-subscribed.  Students are ranked according to our admissions policy which can be found above. Places may not be offered to all qualified out of catchment applicants in the first round of allocations although this does vary from year to year and it is  likely that some places will be offered in later rounds.

Students who have moved into the area since the end of June 2017 should contact Bucks County Council admissions team to arrange testing.

Frequently Asked Questions about Admission to Year 7 in September 2018

The Transfer Test is administered by Buckinghamshire County Council on behalf of all the Buckinghamshire grammar schools.  The test is taken in the September of the year in which the applicant is in Year 6.


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 Bucks CC online application portal for parents to register their child for testing. This year parents will register their child for testing on a new online portal, designed specifically for testing registration and this will be accessed on the Grammar Schools and Transfer Test page of the Bucks CC 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.   

For further information on the testing procedure, please see the Admissions section of Bucks County Council website

Information on catchment areas is also available from Buckinghamshire County Council, including a postcode checker.

If you have any further queries please use the Contact Us form on the Bucks CC website. 

Immediate Entry to Year 7 during 2017-18

This year group is currently full and a waiting list of qualified students is held by Buckinghamshire County Council. You may apply for your daughter to be tested if you have moved into catchment after September.  Please contact Bucks County Council for more details.

Admission to Years 8 & 9 in September 2018 – Late Transfer Test

No additional places will be made available for Year 8 or Year 9 from September 2018 and places will only be allocated to students who qualify and are on the waiting list if a place becomes available as a result of a student moving. If you wish to register your daughter for the late transfer test, please refer to the information published on the Bucks County Council website  

Admission to Years 7-9 should be directed to:

Bucks County Council Admissions Team County Hall, Aylesbury, HP20 1UZ. For information on how to contact the Admissions team please visit their website at or use their on line contact form at

The testing process for admission to Y8 and Y9 is administered by the admissions team at Bucks County Council on behalf of the school. 

Please note that places are subject to availability and there is no guarantee of a place as there are more applicants than places available.

For further information about the Bucks Transfer Tests, please consult the Bucks County Council website information, by clicking here. 

For Admission to Year 10, please complete the application form below and forward to Mrs B Garcia at the school

PDF icon Late transfer application form (for admission to Year 10 only)

Admission to Year 12 in September 2018

Please visit our Sixth Form Admission page 

Information for New Parents 

PDF icon  New Parents Guide 2017-18 


PDF icon Uniform Policy 2017-18