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11 + West Midlands
Venues:

HALL GREEN CENTRE
South and City College
Cole Bank Road
Hall Green
Birmingham
B28 8ES
Sundays 10am to 11.30am

WALSALL CENTRE
The County Hotel
Birmingham Road
Walsall
WS1 2NG
Sundays 1pm to 2.30pm

WOLVERHAMPTON CENTRE
Novotel Wolverhampton
Union Street
Wolverhampton
WV1 3JN
Sundays 3.30pm to 5pm

WARD END CENTRE
Ward End Library
Washwood Heath Road
Birmingham
B8 2HF
Mondays 4.20pm to 5.50pm

SMETHWICK CENTRE
Smethwick Library
High Street
Smethwick
West Midlands
B66 1AA
Tuesdays 5pm to 6.30pm

STAFFORD CENTRE
Salvation Army Church
Faraday Road
Stafford
ST16 3NQ
Wednesdays 5.30pm to 7pm

BROMSGROVE CENTRE
Finstall Village Hall
27 Alcester Road
Bromsgrove
B60 1EL
Thursdays 4.30pm to 7.45pm

Telephone: 0121 288 3000 (24hrs)
Mobile: 07507 366 417 (24hrs)
Email: info@11pluswm.co.uk

Testimonials

11+ West Midlands have been invaluable in helping me prepare my son for the Grammar school entrance exam. Adam has...

J. Johnson

2015-10-02T19:43:06+00:00

J. Johnson

11+ West Midlands have been invaluable in helping me prepare my son for the Grammar school entrance exam. Adam has now got a place at King Edwards Aston, our first choice. Thank you once again!"

Mr Rashid knows what he's doing, it's as simple as that! It helps that he too has been through the...

Mrs. Yasin

2015-10-02T19:47:35+00:00

Mrs. Yasin

Mr Rashid knows what he's doing, it's as simple as that! It helps that he too has been through the 11+ experience attending a grammar school himself when younger and then with his own children. One can't truly appreciate something until one has lived and breathed it oneself so Mr Rashid empathizes with his students

Mr Anwar, thank you so much for all your help and support.  Very pleased with the results.

Mr Khera

2015-10-24T11:41:23+00:00

Mr Khera

Mr Anwar, thank you so much for all your help and support.  Very pleased with the results.

Thanks for advising me throughout and the mock exams were so beneficial.  I am really proud of her.

Amanda

2015-10-24T12:02:26+00:00

Amanda

Thanks for advising me throughout and the mock exams were so beneficial.  I am really proud of her.

Hi Mr Anwar. Just to let you know that L and S have both been offered a place at Wolverhampton...

Mr Ramirez

2016-03-01T12:35:43+00:00

Mr Ramirez

Hi Mr Anwar. Just to let you know that L and S have both been offered a place at Wolverhampton Girls High School. Thank you very much for your help.
 
 

About Us

11Plus West Midlands was established by Mr Rashid and Mr Anwar, two Headteachers who shared a passion for providing children with the highest quality education possible. With each having numerous 11+ successes as individuals, their combined expertise enabled the unification of their unique skill sets and teaching strategies to benefit students even further. Together, they have developed and formulated their own unique resources to enable students to tackle the 11+ exam with precision and proficiency.

Thus in 2008, 11Plus West Midlands opened its first 11+ tuition centre in Hall Green, Birmingham. Due to its success and demand, the model was replicated in Walsall, with the opening of a second centre there in 2010.  Further success has resulted in centres in Wolverhampton, Ward End, Smethwick, Stafford and Bromsgrove.

Successful students have gained places at:

  • King Edwards School (Edgbaston)
  • King Edwards High School (Edgbaston)
  • King Edwards Camphill
  • King Edwards Aston
  • King Edwards Five Ways
  • King Edward VI Handsworth Grammar School
  • Bishop Vesey’s Grammar School
  • Queen Mary’s (Walsall)
  • Wolverhampton Girls’ High School
  • Alcester Grammar
  • Adams Grammar
  • Derby High School
  • Sutton Grammar
  • King Edward VI High School, Stafford
  • Bromsgrove School
  • Warwick School

 

Profiles:

Mr Rashid BEng (Hons); PGCE; MSc; MCSE; ITIL; QTS

Mr Rashid is an ex-Head Teacher of an Independent Secondary school and the product of a Grammar school education himself. After gaining a BEng (Hons) in Aeronautical Engineering, Mr Rashid completed his PGCE to qualify as a Teacher of Mathematics in 1995. Having taught in schools in London and Birmingham, he subsequently completed an MSc in I.T., attained professional MSCE accreditation and the ITIL Service Management certification.Mr Rashid has a proven track record of successful 11+ preparation, not least with his own children, who attend Grammar school. He is a passionate tutor who has been tutoring 11+ exam preparation for over 10 years in Birmingham, Walsall and Wolverhampton, with numerous successes and testimonials. He is one of the founding Director’s of 11Plus West Midlands and on the Board of Governors at an Independent Secondary school in Birmingham.

His motto is to give every child a chance and their parents a choice of the best secondary education available.

Mr Rashid is enhanced CRB cleared.

 

Mr Anwar BA (Hons); PGCE; QTS

Mr Anwar is an ex-Head Teacher, and has a wealth of experience in both the corporate and education realms. Having worked for companies such as Sony, Siemens and The United Nations in a senior management capacity, he qualified as a teacher in 2003, gaining employment at a Grammar school. Mr Anwar then progressed very quickly and became a Head Teacher in 2008. Since then, he has helped to establish 11Plus West Midlands as the leading 11+ tuition centres in the Birmingham area.Mr Anwar has three children, two of whom have already progressed to grammar schools, with the youngest still at primary level. He has tutored over 200 children to gain places at grammar schools such as King Edwards School, Edgbaston, King Edwards Camphill, King Edwards Aston, Handsworth Grammar, Queen Mary’s and many more.

Mr Anwar is enhanced CRB cleared. He has been a tutor for 17 years.

 

Mr Karim BSc (Hons); PGCE; QTS

Mr Karim has a BSc (Hons) in Mathematics and a PGCE in Primary Education, qualifying as a Teacher in 2007. He is a career tutor (i.e., long-term) teaching Maths as well as working as an interpreter and translator. Prior to tutoring, he was a teaching assistant at the Mathematics Department of University College London, assessing undergraduates and supporting professors. He has also worked as a teacher of Mathematics in Spain for 18 months.

Mr Karim is enhanced CRB cleared.

 

Mr Quing BA (Hons); TESOL

Mr Quing has been a teacher for over 10 years in China, being experienced in GRE Testing. His teaching attaches great importance to grammar and vocabulary by developing the students’ ability to use English in their daily life, by focusing on arousing their interest and encouraging their participation, with the help of their own experiences.

Mr Quing graduated with a BA (Hons) in English in 2005 and is experienced in working both with ‘regular’ tutees (those who require tuition every week throughout the school year) and ‘revision’ tutees (such as students seeking help during their Easter and half-term holidays).

Mr Quing is enhanced CRB cleared.

 

Mr Desai BSc (Hons); PGCE

Mr Desai has a BSc (Hons) in Statistics from Cambridge University. He tutors Maths and Economics and has extensive experience tutoring in an individual one-to-one context and also in a classroom environment. Between A-Levels and university he taught Maths classes for students aged 12-15.

“I realised that I really wanted to share my enthusiasm for numeracy at a fairly young age,” explains Mr Desai. “Teaching seemed like the ideal way to do that. I’ve been teaching since 1991.”

Mr Desai is enhanced CRB cleared.

 

Mr. Metcaffe BSc (Hons); PGCE

Mr. Metcaffe came to teaching following a successful career in industry. Starting in manufacturing, he moved into research & development and then ran his own engineering consultancy company in Inverness. After dabbling in politics and travelling widely on business, he decided to share his knowledge and experience with the next generation. So he retrained as an educator, gaining his BEd (Hons) in 2001.

“11+ West Midlands unique atmosphere allows me to really explore ideas with pupils. I teach my pupils to think hard about both the big picture and the detail, which is a skill vital for 11+ plus,” explains Mr Metcaffe.

Mr Metcaffe is enhanced CRB cleared.

 

Mr Hussain BSc; TEFL

Mr Hussain has been an educator for over 20 years. He has taught Mathematics from primary school to A-level in both schools and privately in the UK and in Europe. He is also a qualified TEFL tutor, having taught English for many years in Italy.

After attaining a BSc, Mr Hussain gained extensive industry experience in the IT sector acquiring numerous skills in programming and web development. He is a strong advocate in using ICT as a teaching tool to enhance the learning experience.

His philosophy is simple – potential is a waste until it is transformed into reality.

Mr Hussain is enhanced CRB cleared.

 

Miss Khan BA (Hons); MSc

A sought after tutor, Miss Khan has extensive experience in private tuition as well as within the independent school environment. Her patient, methodical and reassuring approach enables Miss Khan to adopt a unique style, incorporating an aspect of pastoral support for her students, thereby encouraging an interactive atmosphere.Miss Khan’s interests range from finance to design and she brings these diverse interests to the classroom to encourage both logical and lateral thinking.

A strong advocate of academia, Miss Khan is embarking on a PhD, having already gained a BA (Hons) and an MSc (distinction).

Miss Khan is enhanced CRB cleared.

 
 

Congratulations to our pupils who gained places at.

  • Solihull School
  • Solihull School
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Boys)
  • King Edwards School (KES) scholarship
  • King Edwards High School (Girls KES)
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Girls)
  • King Edwards School (KES)
  • King Edward VI Five Ways
  • King Edwards High School (Girls) scholarship
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • Kind Edwards VI Camp Hill School (Girls)
  • King Edwards High School (Girls) scholarship
  • King Edwards School (Boys)
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • Wolverhampton Girls High School
  • Queen Marys High School (Girls)
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • King Edward VI Five Ways
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • King Edward VI Handsworth School (Girls)
  • King Edward VI Five Ways
  • Bishop Veseys Grammar School for Boys
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Boys)
  • Sutton Coldfield Grammar School (Girls)
  • King Edward VI Handsworth Grammar School (Boys)
  • Solihull School
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • King Edward VI Handsworth School (Girls)
  • King Edward VI Handsworth Grammar School (Boys)
  • Queen Marys High School (Girls)
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Boys)
  • King Edwards School (Boys)
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Boys)
  • King Edward VI Handsworth School (Girls)
  • King Edward VI Handsworth School (Girls)
  • King Edwards VI Camp Hill School (Girls)
  • Queen Marys High School (Girls)
  • Bishop Veseys Grammar School for Boys
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Boys)
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Girls)
  • Wolverhampton Girls High School
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • Wolverhampton Girls High School
  • King Edwards School (Boys)
  • King Edward VI Handsworth Grammar School (Boys)
  • Queen Marys High School (Girls)
  • Wolverhampton Girls High School
  • King Edward VI Five Ways
  • Queen Marys High School (Girls)
  • King Edward VI Aston School
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • King Edwards School (KES) scholarship
  • Solihull School scholarship
  • Queen Marys High School (Girls)
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • King Edwards School (Boys)
  • King Edwards High School (Girls KES)
  • Wolverhampton Girls High School
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Boys)
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • King Edwards School (Boys)
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • Sutton Coldfield Grammar School (Girls)
  • King Edward VI Aston School (Boys)
  • Sutton Coldfield Grammar School (Girls)
  • Queen Marys High School (Girls)
  • King Edwards School (KES)
  • Wolverhampton Girls High School
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • Wolverhampton Girls High School
  • Bablake School
  • Wolverhampton Girls High School
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Girls)
  • King Edward VI Handsworth Grammar School (Boys)
  • Wolverhampton Girls High School
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Girls)
  • Wolverhampton Girls High School
  • Queen Marys High School (Girls)
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Girls)
  • Wolverhampton Girls High School
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Girls)
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Boys)
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • Wolverhampton Girls High School
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • Wolverhampton Girls High School
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Boys)
  • King Edwards High School (Girls)
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Girls)
  • Queen Marys High School (Girls)
  • Sutton Coldfield Grammar School (Girls)
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Girls)
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Girls)
  • King Edward VI Handsworth Grammar School (Boys)
  • King Edwards School - (Boys)
  • King Edwards High School (Girls KES)
  • King Edwards VI Camp Hill School - (Girls)
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • Queen Marys High School (Girls)
  • King Edwards School (KES)
  • King Edwards School (KES)
  • King Edwards School (KES)
  • King Edwards School (KES)
  • King Edwards School (KES)
  • King Edwards School (KES) Scholarship
  • Queen Marys High School (Girls)
  • King Edward VI Handsworth Grammar School (Boys)
  • Solihull School
  • King Edward VI Handsworth School (Girls)
  • King Edward VI Five Ways School
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • King Edwards School (KES)
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • Queen Marys High School (Girls)
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Boys)
  • King Edwards School (KES)
  • King Edward VI Aston School (Boys)
  • King Edward VI Handsworth School (Girls)
  • King Edward VI Five Ways School
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Boys)
  • King Edward VI Five Ways School
  • King Edwards High School (Girls KES)
  • King Edwards School (KES)
  • King Edwards School (KES) Scholarship
  • Queen Marys High School (Girls)
  • King Edwards School (KES) Scholarship
  • Wolverhampton Girls High School
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • Wolverhampton Girls High School
  • Queen Marys Grammar School (Boys)
  • Queen Marys High School (Girls)
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School (Boys)
  • Sutton Coldfield Grammar School -(Girls)
  • Handsworth Grammar School -(Boys)
  • Queen Mary's Grammar School -(Boys)
  • King Edward VI Handsworth School- (Girls)
  • Queen Mary's Grammar School -(Boys)
  • King Edward VI Five Ways
  • Queen Mary's Grammar School -(Boys)
  • King Edwards VI Camp Hill School - (Boys)
  • King Edwards High School -(Girls) scholarship
  • King Edwards School -(Boys)
  • King Edward VI Camp Hill School-(Boys)
  • King Edward VI Handsworth School-(Girls)
  • King Edward VI Handsworth School-(Girls)
  • King Edwards VI Camp Hill School-(Girls)