September 2025 Entry


Admission arrangements for girls and boys who will be 11 years of age by 1st September 2025 (date of birth between 1st September 2013 and 31st August 2014).

All information with regard to admission to Year 7 for September 2025 can be found by clicking on the link below. You will be able to apply online from Thursday 25th April 2024 for your child to sit the entrance test. 

Click here for Information Booklet Admission 2025

The Admission Authority for this school is the Governing Body and the intended admission number for 2025 is 190. All information with regard to admission to Year 7 for September 2025 can be found on this page. 

Entrance Test for Admission into Year 7 September 2025

The entrance test will take place on Monday 16th September 2024. Applications have now closed for registration for the entrance test.

Click here for all key dates in relation to Admission into Year 7 September 2025.

Admissions Policy 2025

click here for Sale Grammar School Admissions Policy 2025.

Open Evening

The Sale Grammar School Open Evening for Year 5 parents and children will take place on Thursday 4th July 2024 between 4.00pm and 7.00pm. Thank you for your interest in Sale Grammar School.

Exam Provider Information

The Trafford Grammar School Consortium, comprising Altrincham Grammar School for Boys, Altrincham Grammar School for Girls, Sale Grammar School, Stretford Grammar School and Urmston Grammar School, are pleased to confirm our partnership with GL Assessment. 

GL Assessment will be the test provider for Year 7 entry testing from 2023 for 2024 entry and beyond.

As specified in our Admissions Policies, GL will be providing test papers for the entrance exam consisting of two tests, each approximately one hour in length, containing questions that assess verbal, non-verbal and mathematics skills.  For each element there will be a range of different types of questions.  Questions that test verbal ability skills may include questions relating to word choice, knowledge of words and their meanings and how words relate to each other; students may also be asked questions that relate to verbal reasoning comprehension skills. Questions that test non-verbal ability skills may include questions relating to relationships between shapes and sequences of shapes, identification of common features from a set of figures and applying them to a new figure, codes and spatial awareness questions.  Questions that test mathematics skills generally cover content taught in schools up to the start of Year 6.  The areas assessed typically include aspects of number, measurement, geometry and statistics.  Some questions may involve using current mathematical skills to solve mathematical problems.

GL produces a bespoke paper for the Trafford Consortium so students sitting the examination will not sit the same examination at any other school.  The types of questions however, will be similar to those provided in GL's familiarisation material, available below.

The types of questions however, will be similar to those provided in GL’s familiarisation material below.

Entrance Test Familiarisation Guide 

Click HERE