11-Plus Exams are changing.

While the structure of exams may be changing, my basic approach remains the same - to help students approach verbal and non-verbal reasoning tasks with increased confidence because of the firm grounding they've acquired in grammar, logic and rhetoric.

This April, I'll be attending the 11-Plus Conference The National Tutoring Conference to keep up to date on the changes.

Details below:

The National Tutoring Conference presents:

The 11 Plus Conference

1pm – 4pm, Wednesday 1st April 2015

Nutford House, University of London, Brown Street, London W1H 5UL

Bringing together teachers, head teachers, examiners and education industry experts in the area of the 11 plus preparation

Providing a platform for discussion and debate in the future of the 11 plus

Raising money for the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust. 

Contact: Cleo Watson

Tel: 07870559780

Email: info@nationaltutoringco nference.co.uk

Confirmed speakers:

The sciences and humanities - is the 11 Plus too limiting in what it tests and prepares pupils for? - Harry Mount - The Telegraph
The Kent 11 Plus test was changed to make it less susceptible to coaching. What happened next?  Peter Read - Kent Advice
Fairness of pupil premium priority at lower scores in "tutor-proof" tests or tests that examine innate ability.  Mark Maclaine - Tutorfair
When education is reduced to astonishing absurdity. Dr Chris Ray - Reporting Inspector, Independent Schools Inspectorate and Member of the UK International Education Council
Are there advantages to private primary school education for the 11+? - Dee Francken - www.deefrancken.com
Comment from - Philip Alexandre - Touch-type Read and Spell


The full agenda and schedule for the event can be found at www. nationaltutoringconference.co. uk with regular updates posted to Twitter, via the hashtag #11plus