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Other Schools' Consultation Policies

Consultation on admission arrangements for community and voluntary controlled schools for 2018

 
Full details of the Surrey County Council's consultations and the changes being proposed are available at Surrey Says (www.surreysays.co.uk).
 
Nonsuch High School for Girls
 

Proposed Changes to Admissions Arrangements – Consultation Period

The consultation period lasts from Thursday 03 November 2016 to Thursday 15 December 2016 and responses must be received by then. In your response, please include your full name, title and contact details and indicate whether you have a daughter in the school. Responses can be sent by:

The proposed changes are highlighted in yellow on the Draft Admissions Policy. In summary they:

1

make small changes to nomenclature (throughout)

2

specify what information will be shared and with whom (paragraphs 2.4 and 2.5)

3

clarify how ranked waiting lists will be created after the year 7 Entrance Tests (paragraphs 4.4 and 4.5)

4

propose a new minimum average point score for entry to the Sixth Form as a result of changes to how GCSE examinations will be graded from August 2018(paragraph 10.1)

5

propose new minimum grades for English (Language) and Mathematics as a result of changes to how GCSE examinations will be graded from August 2018 (paragraph 10.2)

6

propose new minimum grades for study of subjects at A Level as a result of changes to how GCSE examinations will be graded from August 2018 (paragraph 10.3)

7

clarify minimum qualifications criteria for subjects to be studied at A Level which were not studied at GCSE as a result of changes to how GCSE examinations will be graded from August 2018 (appendix B)

Wallington High School for Girls

Proposed Changes to Admissions Arrangements – Consultation Period

In accordance with the School Admissions Code 2014, please find attached our draft admission arrangements for entry to the School in September 2018.   The consultation period lasts from Friday, 4th November 2016 to Friday, 16th December 2016 and responses must be received by then.   In your response, please include your full name, title and contact details and indicate whether you have a daughter in the school.   Responses can be sent by email to: admissions@wallingtongirls.org.uk or post to: Admissions Consultation, Wallington High School for Girls, Woodcote Road, Wallington, Surrey, SM6 0PH.

The proposed changes are highlighted in yellow on the Draft Admissions Policy.   In summary they:

1

make small changes to nomenclature (throughout)

2

clarify how ranked eligibility lists will be created after the Year 7 Entrance Tests (paragraphs 4.4 and 4.5)

3

propose the addition of the Service Premium alongside Pupil Premium for the 15 designated places (paragraph 5.2.4)

4

propose changes to the waiting list procedures for Years 7 – 11 (paragraphs 6.1, 6.2, 7.1, 7.2 and 7.5)

5

propose a new minimum average point score for entry to the Sixth Form as a result of changes to how GCSE examinations will be graded from August 2018 (paragraph 10.1 and Appendix A)

6

propose new minimum grades for English (Language) and Mathematics as a result of changes to how GCSE examinations will be graded from August 2018 (paragraph 10.2 and Appendix A)

7

propose new minimum grades for study of subjects at A Level as a result of changes to how GCSE examinations will be graded from August 2018 (paragraph 10.3 and Appendix A)

8

propose a change for entry into the Sixth Form regarding Special Circumstances (paragraph 12.1)

9

clarify minimum qualifications criteria for subjects to be studied at A Level which were not studied at GCSE as a result of changes to how GCSE examinations will be graded from August 2018 (Appendix B)

Our proposed changes to the Admissions Policy can also be found on the school’s website(www.wallingtongirls.org.uk) and also on the London Borough of Sutton’s website.

 Rydens Enterprise School and Sixth Form College

Consultation on Admission Arrangements for September 2018

The Interim Academy Board of Rydens Enterprise School and Sixth Form College as part of The Howard Partnership Trust (THPT) will be consulting on proposed changes to the admissions criteria for September 2018. This consultation is open to all interested parties and the Interim Academy Board is distributing this communication to all local schools, local stakeholder groups and other admissions authorities.

The changes to the admissions criteria have been highlighted in bold/italic, the main changes being an increase in PAN to 300 and the inclusion of Burhill Primary School and Grovelands Primary School as named feeder schools as the academic year 2017/18 is the first year that these two primary schools will have a Year 6. The increase in our PAN is at the request of the local authority. We expect to move into our new school building (please see the update attached) in December 2017 and by September 2018 we will be able to accommodate 10 forms of entry. We would ask that you please, as appropriate, make parents and community/resident groups aware of this consultation process, either through your website, in your newsletter or on school notice boards.

Rydens Enterprise School and Sixth Form College joined The Howard Partnership Trust (THPT) on 1 September 2016. As a result, THPT has become the Admissions Authority and we are required by law to consult for a minimum period of six weeks on changes to the admissions arrangements. The consultation period beings on 28th November 2016 and will end on 23rd January 2017. If you have any comments on the proposed changes to our admission arrangements please email: admissions@rydens.surrey.sch.uk or write to The Chair of the Local Governing Body, Rydens Enterprise School and Sixth Form College, Hersham Road, Hersham, Walton on Thames, KT12 5PY.

Cheam High School

Admissions Consultation 2018/19

Cheam High School is consulting on its admissions policy for September 2018.  The policy, and its rationale, can be found on the school website:

http://www.cheam.sutton.sch.uk/977/admissions-consultation

Key changes are as follows:

The school is considering ceasing the tennis aptitude criterion thus releasing the 10 places to a new criterion.

  1. The school is considering ceasing the tennis aptitude criterion thus releasing the 10 places to a new criterion.
  2. The school is intending to increase its admission number to 320.  These 20 additional places would be distributed under a new criterion.
  3. The new criterion is proposed to focus 30 places on proximity to Nonsuch Primary School, prioritising any students attending a Trust primary school (should we have a primary school in the Trust).  This will help address the shortage of admission places in Worcester Park and Stoneleigh
  4. Other criteria, and numbers allocated to these, would remain the same.

You may reply directly to the consultation as indicated on the website, by 3rd January 2017, if you wish to make any comments.

Kind regards

Julie Penn, Admissions Officer

Tel: 020 8644 5790, Email: secretary@cheam.sutton.sch.uk

Cuthbert Mayne Catholic Primary School Cranleigh

Proposed changes for  admission during the 2018/2019 academic year can be accessed via http://www.stcuthbertmayne.co.uk/admissions/14-school-prospectus

Burhill Primary School for 2018/2019

Consultation on Admission Arrangements for

In accordance with the School Admissions (Admission Arrangements and Co-ordination of Admission Arrangements) (England) Regulations, we are consulting on our proposed admissions policy for 2018.

The change which is highlighted  in red is to allow staff children places as fourth priority.

Please address all responses to Mrs S Hewlett-Taylor  on  office@burhill.surrey.sch.uk

The closing date of our consultation is Thursday January 5th 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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