High School Admissions - Page 27

Drayton Manor High School Admissions criteria The below criteria has been summarised, for the full admissions policy and arrangements please visit the school website: www.draytonmanorhighschool.co.uk Planned admission number: 240 places Where the number of applications is greater than the planned admission number, applications will be considered against the criteria set out below. After the allocation of children with an EHC plan, the admission criteria will be applied in the following order of priority: 1. Children looked after by a local authority and adopted children who meet certain requirements Adopted children will meet the requirements if they were ‘looked after’ but then ceased to be because they were adopted or were made subject to a residence order or special guardianship order. 2. Children with a brother or sister attending the school at the time of application who could reasonably be expected to still be at the school at the date of entry The word brother or sister refer to all blood, half, step, adoptive and foster brothers and sisters who live at the same home address. 3. Children for whom Drayton Manor High School is their nearest publicly funded High school. 4. Other children. Where two or more children have equal priority having applied all criteria, places will be allocated by distance, with those living closest to the School being accorded the highest priority. The distance from home to school is measured by the shortest walking route using public highways and lit footpaths only, but excludes common land and public open spaces. It does not take into account access by public transport or any private vehicle. How places were offered in 2017 Admissions criteria Criteria 1 to 3 Criteria 4 Offers made on national offer day All applicants offered Distance of last child to be offered: 0.956 of a mile Waiting lists From time to time a small number of places become available during the course of the year. Primary Transfer to High School Offers for places to students transferring to high school will be sent on the 1 March each year (or when the 1 March occurs on the weekend the following working day) by the LA under the High Schools’ Co-ordinated Admission Scheme. Those who are unsuccessful may choose to go on the waiting list, which will be operated by the school. The waiting list will continue until the end of the academic year for which admission has been applied. Applicants who are still unsuccessful will need to apply directly to the LA for subsequent year groups. Other Year Groups The LA will operate separate waiting lists for vacancies that may arise in subsequent year groups. The waiting list will continue until the end of the academic year for which admission has been applied. Applicants who are still unsuccessful will need to apply directly to the LA for subsequent year groups Sixth form admissions Applications for sixth form are made directly to the school. Please visit the school website for the sixth form admissions policy: www.draytonmanorhighschool.co.uk For detailed information about the school and to read their prospectus please visit the school website: www.draytonmanorhighschool.co.uk This measuring policy will also be used when measuring distances to other schools, to establish if Drayton Manor High School is an applicant’s nearest Ealing High School Tie breaker If two or more children have equal priority under criterion 1 or 2, the distance criterion set out in 3 or 4 above will be applied. If two or more children have equal priority under criterion 3 or 4 places will be randomly allocated. Starting High School 2018 27 Drayton Manor High School Admissions criteria The below criteria has been summarised, for the full admissions policy and arrangements please visit the school website: www.draytonmanorhighschool.co.uk Planned admission number: 240 places Where the number of applications is greater than the planned admission number, applications will be considered against the criteria set out below. After the allocation of children with an EHC plan, the admission criteria will be applied in the following order of priority: 1. Children looked after by a local authority and adopted children who meet certain requirements Adopted children will meet the requirements if they were ‘looked after’ but then ceased to be because they were adopted or were made subject to a residence order or special guardianship order. 2. Children with a brother or sister attending the school at the time of application who could reasonably be expected to still be at the school at the date of entry The word brother or sister refer to all blood, half, step, adoptive and foster brothers and sisters who live at the same home address. 3. Children for whom Drayton Manor High School is their nearest publicly funded High school. 4. Other children. Where two or more children have equal priority having applied all criteria, places will be allocated by distance, with those living closest to the School being accorded the highest priority. The distance from home to school is measured by the shortest walking route using public highways and lit footpaths only, but excludes common land and public open spaces. It does not take into account access by public transport or any private vehicle. 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