Admissions for Year 7 September 2020
DOWNLOAD: Admission appeal form 2020
Applications for an in-year admission should be made via http://www.worcestershire.gov.uk/info/20099/school_admissions/706/in-year_applications.
The admission number for Year 7 for the Academy is 210.
Prospective students and their parents are invited to our Open Evening on Thursday, 26th September 2019 6.00 p.m. – 8.30 p.m. and our Open Mornings on Monday, 30th September and Tuesday, 1st October 9.00 a.m. – 11.00 a.m.
The first step is in applying for a place is for parents/carers to complete the common application form for the Local Authority where they live. Worcestershire County Council’s form is available at www.worcestershire.gov.uk via Schools Admissions. Applicants apply on line and there is also more information available there about the admissions 2019 timetable, booklets and guides and fact sheets. The closing date for application forms is 31 October 2019 in line with Local Authority co-ordinated admission scheme deadlines. The school offer notification date from the Local Authority is 1st March 2020. If you already have a sibling in the school please make sure you identify this with the Local Authority.
|2nd March 2020||National offer day 20 days to lodge appeal|
|23rd March 2020||Last date for appeals to be lodged with the Academy|
|14th to 18th May 2020||Latest date for appellants to receive notification of appeal date/paperwork submitted|
|11th June 2020||Appeals heard|
|Wednesday, 17th June 2020||Induction Evening for new parents|
|29th June to 3rd July 2020||Year 6 Induction week|
Tests will be held as follows:
Perdiswell Primary Tuesday, 5th November
Northwick Manor Junior School Wednesday, 6th November
Carnforth Primary School Thursday, 7th November
Claines CE Primary School Friday, 8th November
Lyppard Grange Primary School Friday, 8th November
George’s C of E Primary School Friday, 8th November
Oasis Academy Monday, 11th November
St Barnabas CE VC Primary School Tuesday, 12th November
Cranham Primary School Wednesday, 13th November
Hollymount Primary School Thursday, 14th November
Out of area Schools Thursday, 14th November
The test is a multiple choice style test based on non‐verbal reasoning. The test takes about an hour which includes 30 minutes of testing, plus explanations. The test is a not a pass or fail test. Scores are used to place students in bands and are not used beyond the banding process or for setting upon entry to the Academy. Looked After Children and those with a Statement of Special Educational Needs or an EHCP do not need to sit the test to be allocated a place at Tudor Grange Academy.
Frequently Asked Questions about Fairbanding
There are no reading requirements and no pictorial material used, questions are based on designs which are equally accessible to all students. Students have the full use of headphones and work at their own pace.