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Sole Agency:

Due to our better understanding of the Hong Kong education system by knowing how to differentiate higher quality students from their school report (particularly those in chinese language) as well as our well-established relationship with Skegness Grammar School, we were therefore appointed by the school in early 2007 as their sole agent to recruit the bright students in Hong Kong and Macao.While upon successful entry to the school, we will naturally become the legal guardians of the children until they finish their study in Skegness Grammar School.

Skegness Grammar School

Location and Access

Skegness Grammar School is near the centre of Skegness and occupies a 20 acre campus with on site playing fields. It is about 3 hours driving distance from London.

Building Facilities

SPORTING FACILITIES are impressive. In addition to on-site playing fields, the school has a new 350 square metre sports hall with a 25 station fitness centre with exercise machines, body building equipment and sauna. There are adjacent En-tout-cas tennis courts. The school has a two acre hard core game surface and, for cricket, an all weather wicket and indoor nets. There is a climbing wall of international standard.

COMPUTER - The school has superb facilities, including three networked computer laboratories wholly equipped with up to date computers with access to Broadband Internet Service.

MODERN LANGUAGES are taught in a new block which includes a 32 statin Tandberg Language Laboratory, computer equipment and satellite television.

MUSIC - The purpose built, acoustically designed, Music suite is equipped with a 20 station keyboard unit, ensemble room, recording studio, grand piano, instrumental practice rooms and a separate Midi synthesisers laboratory with Clavinova, sound sampler, digitized sound generators under computer control and with electronic manuscript writers. The school also has a Broadwood grand piano generously donated by Broadwood & Sons and the hall is home to a modern, three manual, cathedral organ.

TECHNOLOGY - The technology suite is designed for the integrated teaching of Craft, Design and Technology. The extensive workshop area has facilities for working in wood, metal and plastic. The Design area is BTH equipped and includes IBM compatible computerised design and drawing equipment, digitisers and plotters.

ART is housed in spacious and well lit suite extended in 2002 with a full range of facilities for two and three dimensional work, pottery, printing and photography. The Technology and Art departments have their own gallery for display purposes.

SCIENCE - There are six science laboratories (three specialist and three general science), a sperate Physics Optics laboratory partly equipped by Rolls Royce and Associates and two further rooms, one for Electronics, the other for specimen inspection work.

Academic Achievement

GCSE Results

% 5+ subjects A* - C (including Maths and English)
% A* / A

A-Level result

A* - B %

8 students achieved at least 3 Grades at A*/A

A2 -Level result

Passing Rate
A* / A %

2013 A-Level School leavers destination

36% of our A level students have been accepted and enrolled at one of the Russell Group of Universities this year.

Entrance Selection

Taking of written examination with details as below:

Year 7:
Verbal & Non-verbal Reasoning, English and Mathematics Test
Year 8-10:
English and Mathematics Test

Predicted Grade Assessment:

Year 12:
Base on the predicted grade issued by the current school usually from December to February of next year

Admissions Procedures

Entry at 11+
(Year 7 - 10)

  • Send two copies of your children's British passport and last 2 years school reports to us by post.
  • If they meet the minimum standard after our assessment, then the parents need to fill in the Registration Form (download at the bottom of the page) and return to us.
  • A registration fee (non-refundable) of 100 pounds will be required to pay to us covering the costs of entrance examination arrangement.
  • The parents will then be informed of the entrance examination time and venue which taken place in Hong Kong within 2 - 3 weeks after confirmation of the receipt of registration fee.
  • The school will make decision whether a boarding place be offered base on the examination paper result.
  • When a formal offer has been made, parents will be asked to confirm their acceptance in writing and, at that time, to make an initial deposit payment of 1,000 which will be refunded when the child leaves and all other accounts are up to date. Parents also need to be aware that a formal acceptance commits them to the first term's fees unless the conditions of a conditional offer are not met.

Entry into the Sixth Form (Year 12)

  • The parents shall provide the school their children's predicted grade in various subjects which issued by their current school generally between December to February next year. If the school gives the intent of offer to the applicant, then the parents will need to complete the registration form and send it to us by post, while the registration fee of 100 (non-refundable) could be bank-in to our bank account in Hong Kong.
  • The school will then issue an conditional offering letter of boarding place to the parents asking for payment of deposit to reserve the boarding place for the child.
  • The formal offer of the boarding place will be given should the result of the GCSE received in August of each year more or less the same as the predicted grade.

Time of application

Registration of pupils for entrance other than in September is welcome. Payment of the registration fee will provisionally reserve a boarding place although confirmation will not be made before it is clear that the child has the ability to benefit from a grammar school education.

Registration Form download

- coming soon

For other details parents interest to know but not including in the above, please go to their school website below for more information.


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