Admissions Information

Once MGGS, Always MGGS!

Maidstone Grammar School for Girls complies with the Co-ordinated Admissions Scheme run by the Kent Local Authority.

Applications for Admission

Students admitted at the start of Year 7 will be those who have been judged suitable for grammar school education under the Kent selection procedure. Applications should be made via the Local Authority (LA). All applications will be considered by Kent Admissions and ranked in order of priority in the event of the school being oversubscribed using the criteria below.

Our Admissions Policy can be found on our Policies Page.

MGGS has a Supplementary Information Form (SIF) for entry. This is specifically for Pupil Premium Notification & Children previously in Care outside of England. If this does not apply there is no requirement to complete this form. This form does not constitute a valid application. You must complete the relevant KCC Application Form (SCAF or IYCAF) if you wish your daughter to be considered for a place at Maidstone Grammar School for Girls, these are available directly from KCC. The SIF should be completed and returned to the school by 31st October for Year 7 of the year of admissions, to notify us that you are applying for a Pupil Premium place. Please see for full details of the eligibility criteria you will need to evidence. This should be sent to The Admissions Manager, Maidstone Grammar School for Girls, Buckland Road, Maidstone, Kent ME16 0SF or email to

The Kent Tests (11+)

The Kent Tests taken in September are a multiple choice English and Maths paper and a multiple choice reasoning paper containing a verbal reasoning section and a non-verbal reasoning section. Reasoning tests look at how quickly and efficiently students solve problems of increasing difficulty. These include questions using words or numbers and patterns and sequences. The tests are marked and the scores standardised. Standardisation means that each student’s score can be compared with those achieved by other students of the same age. An allowance is made so that the youngest students are not disadvantaged. Students also complete a piece of writing under test conditions.

Further Admissions and Appeals Information