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Kent County Council has approved plans to delay the Kent Test - often referred to as the 11-plus - by about one month as a result of the impact of Covid-19 on schools and pupils.
The grammar school entrance exam will now take place on Thursday 15 October for pupils who attend a Kent school and from Saturday 17 October for all other students.
Parents in Kent will also be offered two additional preferences on their child’s secondary school application this year, an increase from four to six, to account for the later release of Kent Test results.
More than 17,000 pupils have registered for the test this year, the council said.
"It's been a really funny end to the term, but we wish them well," said the deputy head.
By staggering their return, it has made sure all its pupils have been taught on site for four weeks.
Welsh schools reopen on Monday after lockdown, but it will be a very different classroom experience.