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ADMISSION
ARRANGEMENTS

ACADEMIC YEAR 2013/14

TRANSFER TO YEAR 7,
IN-YEAR AND
SIXTH FORM ADMISSIONS


CONSULTATION DOCUMENT
JANUARY 2012
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19/12/2011 CONTENTS



CONTACT DETAILS Page 3



INTRODUCTION Page 4



PROPOSED ADMISSION ARRANGEMENTS
FOR YEAR 7 – SEPTEMBER 2013 Page 5


PROPOSED ADMISSION ARRANGEMENTS FOR
IN YEAR APPLICATIONS FROM SEPTEMBER 2013 Page 6


THE CHATHAM & CLARENDON GRAMMAR SCHOOL
FEDERATION – SPECIFIC ARRANGEMENTS
FROM SEPTEMBER 2013 Page 7


PROPOSED ADMISSION ARRANGEMENTS FOR
THE SIXTH FORM YEAR 12 SEPTEMBER 2013 Page 11


CURRENT OVERSUBSCRIPTION CRITERIA
The Chatham & Clarendon Grammar School Federation
(Applicable to both schools) Appendix A









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19/12/2011

Website: ccgrammarschool.co.uk

CONTACT DETAILS as of January 2012

Principal: Mr D.J. Smart BA
Email: headteacher@federationramsgategrammars.kent.sch.uk

Federation Admission Registrar: Mrs S Hurrell
Email: shurrell@chathamhouse.kent.sch.uk

Chatham House Site – Years 7 to 9
Chatham Street
Ramsgate
Kent
CT11 7PS

Vice Principal: Dr P Birchley
Tel: 01843 594075
Fax: 851907
Website: chathamhouse.kent.sch.uk
Email: office@chathamhouse.kent.sch.uk

Clarendon House Site – Years 10 and 11
Clarendon Gardens
Ramsgate
Kent
CT11 9BB

Vice Principal: Mrs D Liddicoat
Tel: 01843 591074
Fax:851824
Website: clarendonhouse.kent.sch.uk
Email: admin@clarendonhouse.kent.sch.uk

CCVI Sixth Form Centre
Cavendish Street
Ramsgate
CT11 9AL

Vice Principal: Mr M J Moody
Tel: 01843 854841
Email: adminccvi@clarendonhouse.kent.sch.uk
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19/12/2011 INTRODUCTION

stAlthough the Federation became a new converter Academy from 1 January
2011, pending a formal process to seek full legal merger, we currently remain
as two legally separate schools, with the Federation Governing Body of
Trustees and Directors acting as the Admission Authority for both Chatham
House DFES: 886 5462 & Clarendon House DFES: 886 4118 and the joint
Federal Sixth Form.

In order to meet the needs of the local area and to comply with the proposed
new School Admission Code, to be laid before Parliament shortly, the
Admission Authority are required to consider the 2012/13 academic year
admission arrangements for the Federation and consult with all relevant
parties prior to determination.

NB: The new School Admission Code and new School Admission Appeal Code will take affect from
Academic Year 2013/14, the current Codes remain in force for Academic Years 2011/12 and 2012/13.

The Admission Authority will determine The Federation Admission
Arrangements for Academic Year 2013/14 by 15 April 2012. The
arrangements will then be published on our website and with the Local
Authority. This document details how the Federation will be considering the
admission arrangements for academic year 2013/14 with due regard to the
new Admission Code requirements and changes within the Federation.

Consultation will take place between 1 January and 1 March 2012. This
document will be available on the Federation and Local Authority websites
from January 2012, parents will be notified by newsletter. We will also consult
direct with the Local Authority and those admission authorities, within the
relevant statutory consultation area as defined by the Local Authority, by
letter.

If you would like to comment please contact the Federation Admission
thRegistrar by Monday 5 March 2012 at shurrell@chathamhouse.kent.sch.uk
or by post to the Chatham House Site address.

Please note that the following change to the structure of the Federation is
planned and will have an impact on the Admission Arrangements in due
course:

 A formal application to merge the two schools, including the full
statutory consultation with a target date of September 2014/15 is being
prepared for submission to the Department for Education. This process
is likely to result in a mixed Federal Published Admission Number
(PAN) based on the physical capacity of the buildings.

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19/12/2011 PROPOSED ADMISSION ARRANGEMENTS
FOR YEAR 7 SEPTEMBER 2013

This section details the proposed admission arrangements for transfer to
Year 7 in September 2013, for children born between 1 September 2001 and
31 August 2002.

We participate in the current Kent Co-Ordinated Scheme for Transfer to Year
7 and expect to continue to do so. The Scheme for Academic Year 2013/14
will be determined by Kent County Council as the Local Authority, following
consultation.

It is expected that Parents/Carers resident in Kent will be able to apply for
their child’s school place either on line at www.kent.gov.uk/ola or by using a
standard paper form known as the Secondary Common Application Form
(SCAF).

Details of the Local Authority current consultation for the Kent Co-ordinated
Scheme can be found at:

http://www.kent.gov.uk/education_and_learning/school_education/applying_f
or_a_school_place/admissions_arrangements_2013.aspx























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19/12/2011 PROPOSED ADMISSION ARRANGEMENTS
FOR IN-YEAR APPLICATIONS FROM SEPTEMBER 2013

This section details the proposed admission arrangements for any transfer to
any year, up to and including Year 11 which do not fall within the initial Year 7
September admission.

We participate in the current Kent Co-Ordinated Scheme for In-Year Transfer
for the Academic Year and expect to continue to do so. The Scheme will be
determined by Kent County Council as the Local Authority, following
consultation.

The proposed New Admission Code, due to be laid before Parliament shortly,
removes the need for Local Authorities to fully administer applications for In-
Year Transfer, as in the current Kent County Council determined
arrangements adhering to the current Admission Code.

We therefore expect that the Federation Admission Registrar, on behalf of the
Federation Governing Body, will administer the applications for consideration
of a place with the Federation, by parents/carers directly, notifying the Local
Authority accordingly as required in the Co-Ordinated Scheme.

It is expected that Parents/Carers resident in Kent will be able to apply direct
to each school for a place by using the In-Year Common Application Form
(IYCAF), available on the Local Authority education website or on application
from the Federation Admission Registrar.

Details of the Local Authority current consultation for the Kent Co-ordinated
Scheme can be found at:

http://www.kent.gov.uk/education_and_learning/school_education/applying_f
or_a_school_place/admissions_arrangements_2013.aspx













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19/12/2011 CHATHAM & CLAREDON GRAMMAR SCHOOL FEDERATION
SPECIFIC ARRANGEMENTS

Administration of the Federation Admission Arrangements
It is expected that the administration of the admission arrangements will be
completed on behalf of the admission authority by the Federation Admission
Registrar. The Registrar will submit a yearly report to the full Governing Body
at the same time as they consider the admission arrangements.

Admission Appeals
It is expected that the Appeal procedures will be as follows:
There is a statutory right to appeal, to an Independent Appeals Panel, against
any decision of the Chatham & Clarendon Grammar School Federation, as
the Admission Authority, to refuse a school place, regardless of the reason of
refusal.
The right of appeal occurs once the parent/carer has received notification of
the decision of the Federation not to offer a place. This decision will be either
on grounds of a student not being eligible for a place or that the student is
eligible but there is no place available because the published admission
number for that year has been reached.
As grammar schools, for prospective students to be eligible for consideration
of a place, they will need to complete either the Kent Admission Test (11+) or
the school admission test and achieve the required standard for the student
to be deemed able to cope with the level and pace of work expected in a
thgrammar school. This standard is normally around the 75 or above
percentile level of ability.

Should you wish to appeal, once you have been notified of the Admission
Authority’s decision, please either, complete the appeal form available
through the Year 7 Kent Co-Ordinated scheme, or write a letter detailing the
reason for appeal. Your appeal should then be sent to the Federation
Admission Registrar at the Chatham House Site address.

Please note:

i) an appeal may take up to 30 school days to be arranged

ii) you have a right of appeal each time a decision whether to offer a place or not is
made, however, a decision is only made once in each academic year and a test
result will be valid for a full calendar year

iii) parents/carers have a right to attend and speak at the Appeal hearing and the
procedures for an appeal can be found in the School Admission Appeal Code
available from the Department for Education website

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19/12/2011 The decision of the Independent Appeal Panel is final and binding on all
parties. An appeal panel’s decision can only be overturned by the courts
where the appellant or admission authority is successful in applying for a
Judicial Review of that decision.

However, should you have a complaint concerning the process of the appeal
including maladministration on the part of the admission appeal panel; you
should in the first instance contact the Federation Registrar. If you do not
wish to discuss the matter with them, or you are not satisfied with their reply,
you should write direct to:

Young People’s Learning Agency
Cheylesmore House
Quinton Road
Coventry
CV1 2WT

Please note:

i) This is not a right of appeal against the Panel’s decision and has to relate to
issues such as a failure to follow correct procedures or a failure to act
independently and fairly, rather than complaints where a person feels that the
decision taken is wrong.

ii) Normally only one appeal per decision is arranged, however, the admission
authority have the discretion to undertake to re-consider the appeal following a
complaint or on the Ombudsman’s/Secretary of State recommendation.

iii) The current Admission Appeals Code states that the Young People’s Learning
Agency investigates complaints against the process of an Academy’s admission
appeal, on behalf of the Secretary of State for Education. The new Admission
Appeals Code, to be laid before Parliament shortly, will confirm if this is to
continue, any change will appear in the final Admission Arrangements.


Appeal Hearing Timetable
The new Admission Appeal Code requires all admission authorities to set and
publish, by 28 February each year, a timetable for organising and hearing
appeals. It is expected that the Federation Admission Registrar, on behalf of
the admission authority, will produce and publish a yearly timetable for
appeals that meets all requirements of the new Appeal Code.







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19/12/2011 Published Admission Number (PAN)
The new Admission Code allows admission authorities to increase the PAN
and/or admit above PAN without the requirement to consult. The admission
authority will be considering whether to increase the PAN and/or admit above
PAN, and any criteria to do so, for Academic Year 2013/14 and invite any
comments for their consideration.

Chatham House Grammar School Current PAN 90
Clarendon House Grammar School A

Supplementary Information Form
Currently the Federation does not ask for additional information on a
Supplementary Information Form, it is expected that this will continue.

Testing
It is expected that the testing arrangements will be as follows:

Year 7 Applications

As grammar schools, for prospective students to be eligible for consideration
of a place they will need to complete the Kent Grammar School Test. The test
is administered by the Local Authority and details of the scheme including
application and registering, dates of testing, deadlines and the handling of
late applications will be in the Local Authority’s booklet “Admission to
Secondary school in Kent 2013” when available.

All applications for testing and admission MUST be made through the Local
Authority scheme referred to earlier.

stNB: Applications for places up to 31 December of Year 7 MUST be tested using the
relevant Kent Test for that intake. The Federation Admission Registrar will liaise with any
other grammar schools necessary to agree where the applicant will take the Test. The
Test is marked by the Local Authority and all relevant schools notified of the result, to
stenable them to consider the applicant for a place. From 1 January of Year 7 the
application is treated as an In Year Application.

In Year Applications

As grammar schools for prospective students to be eligible for consideration
of a place they will need to complete the school admission test and achieve
the required standard for the student to be deemed able to cope with the level
and pace of work expected in a grammar school. This standard is normally
tharound the 75 or above percentile level of ability.

At present the test consists of three timed multiple choice papers, based on
Cognitive Ability in Verbal, Non Verbal and Maths skills, with the required
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19/12/2011 standard being 110 or more in all three skills. The test is not curriculum based
and takes approximately 2.5 hours to complete. The test is taken at Chatham
House Site, and is normally arranged within 10 school days, once the
application for a school place has been received.

The Federation Admission Registrar, on behalf of the admission authority, will
mark the test using the score sheet and then ask the head of the relevant
school to confirm whether i) the student can be considered for a place and ii)
whether a place can be offered. Result of test and decision whether to offer a
place or not will be communicated to the parent/carer adhering to the new
Admission Code requirements.

Over Subscription Criteria
The new Admission Code includes some changes to allowable criterion for
admission authorities to consider and adhere to, the current criteria, in
Appendix A will be changed to reflect the new rules.

Waiting Lists
The Federation currently maintains a waiting list, for both schools, until the 31
August of the academic year, should places become available the
oversubscription criteria will be used to determine allocation of each place. It
is expected to continue to do so.























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