High School Admissions - Page 54

In-Year Admissions In-Year admissions refers to all admissions for a school place, for all pupils of Year 7 to 11, on or after 1 September 2018, the date of the main intake into Year 7. It includes new applicants who have moved into the area, those seeking a transfer between schools, and those attending a school who apply and request to remain on a waiting list for a higher preference school/s. In-Year applicants are seeking a school place to start as soon as possible, and not applying in advance for the following school year. If your child has a Statement of Special Educational Needs/ Educational Health and Care Plan, please contact the SEN Team on 020 8825 8700 who will assist in finding an appropriate school place. If moving into Ealing you will need to arrange for the SEN file from your previous Local Authority to be forwarded to Ealing SEN team. If seeking a transfer within the borough please discuss with the SENCO at your current school and your SEN co-ordinator. In-Year applications are made online but the system and forms are different from the Main Round. In-Year applications can be made at any time of year and allocations are made weekly in term time only. To apply for an in-year high school place for Ealing schools only, please go to the admissions page www.ealing.gov.uk/inyearadmissions and follow the links to the In-Year High School online application form. If you live in another Local Authority you can still apply direct to Ealing for an in-year place. However you are advised to also apply to your home Local Authority for a school place there. If you want a place in a school in another borough, please check the website for the Local Authority where the school is located to find out how to apply as arrangements vary between boroughs. You can name up to 3 schools co-ordinating with the Local Authority and need to attach appropriate documentation. You can include siblings on your application. If you applying for any Voluntary Aided/Faith school/s you must also complete the appropriate Supplementary Information Form/s (which are available on the website or from the school/s) and must be returned to the faith school/s direct. If you do not submit a completed Supplementary Information Form, then your application cannot be appropriately ranked and considered. The Local Authority co-ordinates the admissions for most schools in the borough, details can be found on line in the in-year school admissions pages. Your child must be available to start school immediately when an offer is made. If your child does not have a school place you should include in your listed preference schools, at least one school which has vacancies as shown in the vacancy list online updated weekly in term time. This is so your child can be offered a school place quickly and does not have a long gap in his/her education. When you submit your application you will receive a confirmation email which you should keep. If you have exceptional medical or social circumstances you wish to be considered, please note that not all schools include this in their admission criteria, and refer to the high school prospectus for information on how to apply under this criterion, if applicable to your preference school/s. It is generally inadvisable to move schools once your child has started their GCSE courses, as subjects and examination boards cannot always be matched and this is likely to disadvantage your child educationally. If you have further enquiries or need more advice which you cannot find on the website. Please contact the In-Year Admissions Team by Email: in-yearadmissions@ealing.gov.uk Phone: 020 8825 6339 between 9.00am and 12.00 noon on weekdays. Students of year 11 age As above, please complete the In-Year application online and if appropriate any Supplementary Information Form/s. The High Schools In-Year Admissions Officer may contact you to discuss the range of available educational provision and find the most appropriate provision for your child. This may be in a school or other provision and will depend on a number of factors, including your child’s previous education especially in Year 10, any gaps in his/her education, the date of your application, and level of English if recently arrived from abroad. We will offer advice and support on the options and how best to integrate your child into the education system and move on to further courses in the future. Please note: if your child is on the roll of a school, and you are applying for a place at another local school, you are advised to discuss this first with your child’s current Head Teacher. Your child will remain on the roll of his/her current school and is required to attend there until admitted to another school to avoid any gap in his/her education. In-Year Fair Access Protocol Each local authority has a Fair Access Protocol. All the maintained high schools and Academies participate in the protocol in order to ensure that unplaced children who live in the home local authority, are offered appropriate educational provision as quickly as possible. The protocol is available on the website. 54 Starting High School 2018 In-Year Admissions In-Year admissions refers to all admissions for a school place, for all pupils of Year 7 to 11, on or after 1 September 2018, the date of the main intake into Year 7. It includes new applicants who have moved into the area, those seeking a transfer between schools, and those attending a school who apply and request to remain on a waiting list for a higher preference school/s. In-Year applicants are seeking a school place to start as soon as possible, and not applying in advance for the following school year. If your child does not have a school place you should include in your listed preference schools, at least one school which has vacancies as shown in the vacancy list online updated weekly in term time. This is so your child can be offered a school place quickly and does not have a long gap in his/her education. If your child has a Statement of Special Educational Needs/ Educational Health and Care Plan, please contact the SEN Team on 020 8825 8700 who will assist in finding an appropriate school place. If moving into Ealing you will need to arrange for the SEN file from your previous Local Authority to be forwarded to Ealing SEN team. If seeking a transfer within the borough please discuss with the SENCO at your current school and your SEN co-ordinator. 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