Secondary schools in Lambeth 2019/20 - Lambeth Council

 
Secondary schools in Lambeth 2019/20 - Lambeth Council
Secondary schools in Lambeth
2019/20
Information for parents/carers of children born between 01/09/07 and 31/08/08,
or taught as a year 6 child during the 2018/19 academic year, who will be
transferring from primary to secondary school in September 2019

                                        Apply online and apply on time
                                        Deadline: Wednesday 31 October 2018
                                        lambeth.gov.uk/eadmissions
                                        If you apply after this date the likelihood
                                        of gaining a place at your preferred school
                                        may be significantly reduced.
Secondary schools in Lambeth 2019/20 - Lambeth Council
Secondary schools in Lambeth 2019/20 - Lambeth Council
Contents

2    Section 1: Process and procedure
3    Introduction by Cathy Twist and Councillor Jennifer Brathwaite
4    Secondary transfer and the Pan-London co-ordinated
     admissions procedure
6    11 stages parents/carers must follow
16   Secondary transfer key dates
17   Apply online for your child’s secondary school place
18   Step-by-step guide to online eAdmissions applications

20   Section 2: Lambeth secondary schools
20   Lambeth secondary schools information at a glance
22   Map showing Lambeth secondary schools
23   Secondary transfer school open days
24   Archbishop Tenison’s School
27   Ark Evelyn Grace Academy
30   Bishop Thomas Grant Catholic Secondary School
33   City Heights E-ACT Academy
36   Dunraven School
39   The Elmgreen School
42   Lambeth Academy
45   La Retraite Roman Catholic Girls’ School
48   Lilian Baylis Technology School
51   The London Nautical School
54   The Norwood School
57   Oasis Academy South Bank
60   Platanos College
63   Saint Gabriel’s College
66   St Martin-in-the-Fields High School for Girls
69   Trinity Academy
72   Woodmansterne School
75   Applying for schools in other boroughs

76   Section 3: Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND)
76   Procedure for applying for school place for an SEND child
76   Lambeth Special Educational Needs Schools and Resource Bases

79   Section 4: Other information

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A brief guide to terms used in this booklet
Academies are publicly funded schools that provide free education to pupils of all
abilities. They are established by sponsors from business, faith or voluntary groups.
They receive funding directly from the Department for Education. Each academy has
its own admissions policy.
Community schools are run by the local council. It employs the school’s staff, and
runs the admission procedure. Their running costs are met from public funds which
come through the local council (mainly council tax and grants from central government).
They provide free education. Community schools in the same borough share an
admissions policy.
Department for Education (DfE) is responsible for education and children’s services.
Education, Learning and Skills a group of services in Lambeth Council that
brings together all services for education under one banner.
Foundation schools are funded through the local council. They make their own
arrangements for admissions and provide free education.
Free Schools are all-ability state-funded schools. They are non-selective and
free to attend, and not controlled by a local authority. Each free school has its own
admissions policy.
Local Authority (LA) The borough/ local council.
Ofsted The national Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted), is the government
department responsible for inspecting schools and reporting on standards of
achievement and the quality of education provided.
Parents/carers The term parents includes carers and legal guardians.
Special schools cater for children who have an Education Health Care Plan and
whose special needs are such that they cannot be met in a mainstream school.
All children attending a special school must have an Education Health Care Plan.
Voluntary-aided schools are set up by voluntary bodies, usually churches,
but have their running costs met from public funds which come through the local council.
They provide free education. The voluntary-aided schools in Lambeth have very close
links to their church, and are often referred to as church schools. Each voluntary-aided
school has its own admissions policy.
Voluntary-controlled schools are run by the local council. It employs the school’s
staff, and runs the admission procedure. The council is normally the admission authority.
In this case, the school’s governing body must, by law, implement the council’s
decisions on individual applications, and act in accordance with the admission
arrangements determined and published by the council. Voluntary-controlled schools
usually share the same admissions policy as community schools in the same borough.

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Introduction

Starting secondary school is an
exciting time for your child and
choosing the right secondary
school with your child is an
important step in their academic
career. In Lambeth, we have
many excellent secondary
schools that offer high quality         Cathy Twist                                 Cllr Jennifer Brathwaite
learning opportunities, excellent       Director,                                   Deputy Leader of the Council
                                        Education Learning and Skills               (Children and Young People)
facilities and highly professional
staff dedicated to meeting pupils’
needs. In all our schools great         of Key Stage 4 and sixth form,              Specialist subject provision
attention is devoted to developing      schools also provide a wide range           All Lambeth mainstream secondary
well-rounded, successful and            of extracurricular activities which         schools have at least one subject
confident young people. Each            support the development of young            specialism. This means that they
school is slightly different and you    people’s sporting achievement,              offer a particular expert focus on
should use every opportunity to         musical and creative ability as well        a subject whilst also ensuring that
visit the schools, hear what others                                                 the curriculum overall is well taught
                                        as making a contribution to society.
have to say about them and read
                                                                                    and resourced. Schools have listed
any websites and external reports       There is a wide range of
                                                                                    their specialisms in their admissions
that you can. What is right for one     opportunities for young people
                                                                                    information (see pages 24-74)
child may not be right for another      to progress to post 16 courses of
                                                                                    and you will find a wide range
and it is most important that you       study at local secondary schools,
                                                                                    of subjects covered across the
and your child choose the school        sixth forms and Lambeth College.
                                                                                    borough. If your child has a specific
that will best meet their needs.        A wide range of academic and
                                                                                    interest in an area of the curriculum,
                                        vocational courses are offered to
Quality of education                                                                you can identify a school with a
                                        meet every need.
In recent Ofsted inspections, the                                                   specialism that may suit your
majority of secondary schools in        Education provision                         child as one of your preferences.
Lambeth were judged ‘good’ or           Lambeth schools have benefited
                                                                                    Lambeth Council remains committed
‘outstanding’. All schools in Lambeth   from a huge range of investment
                                                                                    to continuously improving and
are improving year on year. Ofsted      in buildings over the last decade.
                                                                                    delivering the best educational
reports are easily available to read    These buildings are designed to
                                                                                    opportunities for children and young
online. Visit ofsted.gov.uk/reports     enable staff and pupils to work in
                                                                                    people so that they can achieve
or contact the school directly for a    ways that reflect the demands of the
                                                                                    their full potential and play an active
hard copy. Another measure of the       curriculum whilst ensuring young
                                                                                    and positive role in society.
quality of education are vocational,    people have access to state of-the-
A Level and GCSE results. Lambeth       art IT, sporting and creative facilities.
schools continue to improve and last    In addition to improved provision in
year’s GCSE results were once again     current schools, in September 2018
above the national average.             Woodmansterne School secondary
In addition to enabling young people    department will take its second
to do well academically at the end      cohort of Year 7 pupils.

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Secondary transfer and the Pan-London
co-ordinated admissions procedure

This booklet guides parents/carers         • Visit the Lambeth Civic Centre,      • To make it easy to apply and fair
and their children through the               6 Brixton Hill, London SW2 1EG.        for parents/carers.
admission process for secondary              The nearest London Underground       • Well organised with good
school for September 2019 entry.             station is Brixton on the Victoria     communication between schools
It contains general information and          Line. Lambeth Civic Centre is          and boroughs.
highlights 11 stages of the process          open at the following times:
                                                                                  What the procedure cannot do
that parents/carers must follow to           Monday to Friday 9am-5pm.
                                                                                  • It cannot guarantee every child a
submit their application.
                                           General information                      school place. This is because
Please read this information carefully     Legislation and purpose                  some schools receive many more
as it is important you use it to make      The Education Act 2002 and the           applications than places available,
the best choices for your child.           School Admissions Code 2014              and this may be the case for all
If you are unsure about any aspect of      provides a framework to ensure           schools applied for. In this
the transfer process please contact        that on National Offer Day as many       instance, allocations of offers
Lambeth School Admissions Team             children as possible (whose parents/     for schools not applied for will
on 020 7926 9503 and/or attend one         carers have submitted an ‘on time’       be made where possible.
of the secondary transfer meetings         application for a school place)        • It cannot guarantee your child will get
organised to provide information and       receive an offer (if an offer can be     a place at your first preference school.
support. Please see the inside cover for   made) at a school that they have
                                                                                  • It cannot limit some multiple offers
a guide to terms used in this booklet.     expressed a preference for.
                                                                                    being made after 1 March 2019,
If your child has an Education             Basics of the procedure                  (but Lambeth School Admissions
Health Care Plan, do not complete          • The aim is that every child            Team will be aware of them and
a Common Application Form.                   will receive the single highest        able to ensure that parents/carers
Please contact your home borough’s           preference offer possible.             reject one of these offers quickly).
SEND Team for details about
applications for secondary school.
If you would like any additional
assistance or advice on the
secondary transfer process
you may:
• Telephone the Lambeth
  School Admissions Team
  on 020 7926 9503
• Talk with your child’s teacher or
  support staff in their current school
• Visit the website at
  lambeth.gov.uk/eadmissions
• Email Lambeth School
  Admissions Team at
  schooladmissions@lambeth.gov.uk

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How to apply                              • The deadline for applications         What is an admissions
– essential information                     is Wednesday 31 October               authority?
• Parents/carers only need                  2018 via lambeth.gov.uk/              A schools admissions authority
  to complete one Common                    eadmissions.                          – the body of people who make
  Application Form (CAF) to apply                                                 decisions about admissions – will
                                          • All parents/carers who apply on
  for up to six schools anywhere in                                               still determine which children can
                                            time will know what school their
  London excluding fee-paying.                                                    be offered a place at a school.
                                            child has been offered, (if any) on
                                                                                  For community schools the
Secondary transfer meetings                 1 March 2019. This offer will be
                                                                                  admissions authority is the LA
for parents/carers                          the highest preference offer that
                                                                                  itself and for an academy, voluntary-
Meetings for parents/carers have            can be made.
                                                                                  aided (religious), foundation or
been organised to explain the             • The procedure provides an             free school it is the governing body
secondary transfer co-ordinated             easier to understand and fairer       of that school.
admission arrangements and                  admissions process for both
give you the opportunity to ask                                                   Where the school is over-
                                            parents/carers and schools.
questions about the procedure on                                                  subscribed, the school’s admissions
the following dates:                      Lambeth School Admissions               authority will use their admission
                                          Team do not decide which                criteria to determine the order
Monday 10 September 2018                  school a child is offered. There is     (rank) in which applicants will be
4.30-5.30pm                               a process undertaken together           offered places.
St John’s (Angell Town) CE                with School Admissions Teams in
Primary School                                                                    An admissions authority may require
                                          other boroughs. Decisions about
85 Angell Road, SW9 8ND                                                           parents/carers to complete a
                                          how a child’s application for a
                                                                                  Supplementary Information
Thursday 13 September 2018                school is ranked are made by the
                                                                                  Form (SIF) requesting information
6.30-7.30pm                               schools admissions authority. This
                                                                                  which is not contained on the
Julian’s Primary School                   is dependent upon how well the
                                                                                  CAF, e.g. church attendance.
(Streatham site)                          child meets the schools admissions
                                                                                  This form is obtained from the
226 Leigham Court Road,                   criteria.
                                                                                  school or lambeth.gov.uk/
SW16 2RB                                  If your child is being taught in a      eadmissions and needs to be sent
These meetings are open to all            year group different to their           back to the school and not the
parents/carers of children transferring   chronological age (out of cohort)       borough by the school’s deadline.
to secondary school in 2019, even if      you need to apply using a paper
                                                                                  School staff will not know what
they do not attend the above schools.     Common Application Form and
                                                                                  number preference their school
Please ensure that if you bring any       provide documentation to confirm
                                                                                  has been listed on the CAF,
children to the above meetings they       this placement. Applications will
                                                                                  all are considered the same at
remain with you at all times. Lambeth     be considered on a child-by-child
                                                                                  the same time.
Council and school staff cannot           basis by the admissions authority
be held liable for unaccompanied          for the schools applied for, as they
children in the building, nor can         have to consider, but do not have
they take any responsibility for          to accept your child to continue
children brought to meetings.             out of cohort.

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11 stages parents/carers
   must follow

Stage 1
Research
It is important to consider as much
information as possible about the
schools you wish to apply to. Check
whether your child is likely to be
offered a place based on the school’s
published admissions criteria, which
can be found on the individual
school’s pages in this booklet.
You can find out information about
schools by doing the following:
• Read this booklet carefully and
   look at the admissions criteria
   for each school. Then for each
   school consider ‘does my child
   meet these criteria’. If they do it
   may increase your child’s chances
   of gaining a place at the school.        school’s pages in this booklet        You must complete the CAF for your
• Check how offers were made for          • Talk to your child’s primary school   home borough regardless of whether
   National Offer Day for 2018/19           headteacher, learning mentor or       you are applying for schools in or
   entry. Details regarding Lambeth         class teacher.                        outside of that borough. The home
   schools can be viewed via the          • Read the latest Ofsted report for     borough is the borough where you
   secondary transfer 2019/20 page          the schools you are interested in.    and your child are residing at the
   from lambeth.gov.uk/eadmissions          These are available for viewing or    time of application, even if this is
   These details only relate to the         downloading from ofsted.gov.uk        temporary accommodation. Please
   2018/19 intake and children            • If the school you want is in a        check that your child’s address is in
   applying which will vary each year.      different borough, contact that       Lambeth borough before completing
   Therefore this information cannot        borough for their booklet (details    the Lambeth CAF. Residents of
   be used to guarantee an indication       on page 75).                          boroughs other than Lambeth who
   of how offers will be made for                                                 wish to apply for a Lambeth school
                                                Tick to confirm that you have
   2019/20 intake and is only made                                                must complete the CAF provided
                                                completed the actions stated
   available to give an indication                                                by the home borough in which they
                                                in this stage.
   of how the admissions process                                                  live. The details of your application
                                          Stage 2                                 will then be passed on to Lambeth
   impacted on Lambeth schools
                                          Apply on time and apply online!         Council by your home borough.
   last year.
•	Contact the school directly for a       The deadline for applications is       If you are not a Lambeth resident
   copy of their prospectus, or visit      Wednesday 31 October 2018.             please contact your home borough
   their website.                          If you apply after this date the       for advice.
• Go to the school’s open days or          likelihood of gaining a place at       Using your research, list up to six
   evenings. Details of open days are      your preferred school may be           schools in the order you prefer them,
   listed in full on page 23 and on the    significantly reduced.                 whether they are Lambeth schools

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or schools in another borough,           at lambeth.gov.uk) or alternatively     Completed Common
on your child’s CAF. Do not include      sent by post to:                        Application Forms must be
private (fee-paying) schools, as                                                 be returned /submitted by
                                         Lambeth School Admissions Team
applications for these are made                                                  Wednesday 31 October 2018.
                                         PO Box 734
directly to the schools on their own
                                         Winchester                              However, we are encouraging
form. The more schools you list on
                                         SO23 5DG.                               applicants who are submitting a
the form, the greater the chances
your child has of being offered a        Please ensure that you use the          paper CAF to do so no later than
school of your choice. However,          correct postal charge to avoid this     19 October 2018 (i.e. the Friday
please do not list schools you do        application being delayed in reaching   before half term), to allow sufficient
not want your child to attend ‘just      Lambeth School Admissions Team.         time for processing and checking.
to fill up the form’.                    We recommend that you use               Online
The preferred way for Lambeth            recorded delivery to ensure you have    lambeth.gov.uk/eadmissions
residents to apply for a secondary       proof of postage.                       by 12 midnight on Wednesday
school place is online. This can                                                 31 October 2018.
                                         Any CAFs received after 31
be done via lambeth.gov.uk/              October 2018 will be deemed             By post
eadmissions from 1 September             late and will not be processed until    Lambeth School Admissions Team
2018. Please view pages 18 and 19        after 1 March 2019, when offers         PO Box 734
which provides a step-by-step guide      have been generated for ‘on time’       Winchester
of how to apply online.                  applications.                           SO23 5DG
For parents/carers who do not have       If your child has an Education          By hand
internet access and therefore cannot     Health Care Plan do not complete        Lambeth Civic Centre
apply online, a limited amount of        a CAF: please see pages 76-78 for       6 Brixton Hill
paper CAFs will be available after       further information.                    London
1 September 2018 (Monday to                                                      SW2 1EG
                                         Please note that any false or
Friday) at Lambeth Civic Centre, 6                                               Monday to Friday 9am-5pm
                                         deliberately misleading information
Brixton Hill, London SW2 1EG. There
                                         given on this form and/or supporting    An appointment is required
are facilities available at Lambeth
                                         information may render your child’s     and can be booked online at
Civic Centre for families
                                         application invalid, or lead to any     lambeth.gov.uk
to apply online.
                                         offer of a place being withdrawn.
Whether you are completing
an online or paper CAF we are                  Tick to confirm that you have
encouraging parents/carers to                  completed the actions stated
submit their application no later than         in this stage
19 October 2018 (i.e. the Friday
before half term), to allow sufficient
time for processing and checking.
The completed paper CAFs can
be handed in to Lambeth Civic
Centre (an appointment to do this is
required and can be booked online

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11 stages parents/carers
   must follow

Stage 3                                for the application and for distance      be supplied if you are the council
Proof of address                       purposes. The address must be             taxpayer.
The application address stated         agreed between both parents/carers      • Copy of the tenancy agreement.
on your child’s CAF must be the        and is the address where the child      • Copy of a benefit letter no more
address which you and your child       is registered at. This is usually the     than 12 months old or a current
currently live at, even if this is a   address to which the child benefit        financial year’s Universal Credit
temporary address.                     is paid.* If proof of address is not      letter/print-out which includes
                                       received, then this may delay the         the child’s name.
 Applications received without         processing of your application. All
                                                                               Then at least one of the following
 all the required proof of             applications must be submitted
                                                                               as well:
 address documents for the             (whether online or on a paper form)
                                                                               • Copy of a benefit letter no more
 parents/carer may result in           with all the required documents by
                                                                                 than 12 months old or a current
 the child’s application being         31 October 2018.
                                                                                 financial year’s Universal Credit
 withdrawn if the address
                                       Addresses of parent/carers and            letter/print-out which includes
 cannot be verified. This
                                       children may also be checked              the child’s name – if not already
 means that your child will not
                                       against Lambeth Council Tax and           provided from above list.
 receive an offer of a school
                                       benefits records to aid verification.   • Current TV licence.
 place on 1 March 2019.
                                                                               • Copy of current utility bill
                                       At least one of the following
                                                                                 (excluding mobile phone) no older
If your child lives between two        documents to confirm your name
                                                                                 than 3 months.
homes, e.g. split custody for          and address as the applicant.
                                                                               • Driving licence.
parents only, just one of the
                                       • Current financial year’s Council
parental addresses can be used                                                 Applications must include one of
                                         Tax letter or statement, this must
                                                                               the following documents to confirm
                                                                               your child’s name and address
                                                                               • *Child Benefit letter for the current
                                                                                 financial year (please copy all
                                                                                 pages of the letter to include the
                                                                                 home address on the first page
                                                                                 and child’s name on the second or
                                                                                 a current financial year’s Universal
                                                                                 Credit letter/ print-out which
                                                                                 includes the child’s name.
                                                                               • Child’s National Health Service
                                                                                 registration card, or medical letter
                                                                                 that is no older than 12 months
                                                                                 or a medical letter or prescription
                                                                                 that is no more than 12 months
                                                                                 old (this can also be used to
                                                                                 confirm your child’s date of birth).
                                                                               • Immigration documents that show
                                                                                 address – if applicable.

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• Child Tax Credit Award notice
  for the current financial year
  (please copy all pages of the letter
  to include the home address,
  parents name and child’s details).
*If you or your partner are affected
by the High Income Child Benefit
charge and have decided to
stop Child Benefit payments,
HM Revenue and customs have              School Admissions.                       be attached to the application form.
confirmed that you can still request
                                         Please be advised that                   If you have any problems supplying
a copy of your entitlement reward
                                         your child’s place can still             these documents, please contact us
letter despite the fact that your
                                         be withdrawn if there are                as soon as possible.
payments have stopped.
                                         inconsistences with the
                                                                                         Tick to confirm that you have
If you are unable to submit any or       documents presented to
                                                                                         completed the actions stated
only some of the documents listed        Lambeth and the school.
                                                                                         in this stage
above for you and/or your child, you
                                         You can submit your proof of
will need to obtain a sworn affidavit                                             Stage 4
                                         address documentation by scanning
or affirmation through a solicitor.                                               Proof of child’s date of birth
                                         and uploading this to your online
This affidavit or affirmation must                                                The secondary Lambeth CAF is
                                         application once the application has
be signed by a Solicitor holding a                                                only for children born between
                                         been initially submitted. This must be
current practising certificate issued                                             01/09/07 and 31/08/08. Using this
                                         done before the on time application
by the Solicitors Regulation Authority                                            form for children outside this age
                                         deadline, 31 October 2018. (This is
which must include parent and                                                     group will result in the form being
                                         in addition to any other documents
child(ren)’s full names and address,                                              invalid (and it will not be processed,
                                         you wish to include as stated in
the date you started living at that                                               unless the child is being taught out
                                         stage 4).
address and the child(ren)’s date(s)                                              of cohort).
of birth.                                Alternatively all the documents
                                                                                  You must attach proof of your
                                         (copies not originals) can be posted
Please note that Lambeth Council                                                  child’s date of birth to the
                                         to Lambeth School Admissions
cannot contribute towards the cost                                                CAF – either a copy of their
                                         Team at PO Box 734, Winchester
of obtaining this.                                                                birth certificate, passport or
                                         SO23 5DG or taken to the Lambeth
                                                                                  EU National Identity Card.
Proofs of address documents              Civic Centre, 6 Brixton Hill, London
                                                                                  Alternatively this could be a copy
requested by Lambeth School              SW2 1EG (by appointment). The
                                                                                  of your child’s NHS card, medical
Admissions at the time of application    documents must have your child’s
                                                                                  letter or doctors prescription stating
are required for application             name, date of birth and the online
                                                                                  the child’s date of birth.
processing purposes only. Schools        application reference clearly stated
may request additional proof             on the top and be stapled together.             Tick to confirm that you have
of address documents for their           If you have to submit a paper CAF,              completed the actions stated
own registration purposes. The           all proof of address and supporting             in this stage
documents they request may vary          documents (where applicable) must
from the list used by Lambeth

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11 stages parents/carers
   must follow

Stage 5                                   online application reference clearly     that your child will be prioritised
Provide additional                        stated on the top and be stapled         under this criterion.
documentation                             together. If you have any problems
                                                                                   Children of school staff
In additional to the proof of             supplying these documents, please
address documents, you may need           contact us as soon as possible.          If you work at a school that has
to submit additional supporting                                                    criteria for prioritising children of staff
                                          Medical/social
documentation with your child’s                                                    members, supporting documentation
CAF by 31 October 2018.                   If you want your child’s application     from your workplace must be
Documents can be scanned and              to be considered as a medical/social     submitted before the deadline
uploaded to an online application.        application (where a school has this     for consideration. Submitting this
If you do not have access to a scanner,   criterion) because you believe that      documentation will not automatically
documents (copies not originals)          a particular school is especially able   guarantee that your child will be
can be posted to Lambeth School           to meet your child’s needs above         prioritised under this criterion.
Admissions Team at PO Box 734,            others in the area, you must submit
                                                                                   ‘Looked After Children’
Winchester SO23 5DG or taken to           professional documentation
                                                                                   or previously ‘Looked After
Lambeth Civic Centre, 6 Brixton Hill,     outlining this with the CAF by
                                                                                   Children’
London SW2 1EG (by appointment).          31 October 2018 for consideration.
The documents must have your              Submitting this documentation            A ‘Looked After Child’ is a child that
child’s name, date of birth and the       will not automatically guarantee         is currently in the care of the Local
                                                                                   Council (foster or residential care).
                                                                                   A previously ‘Looked After Child’
                                                                                   is stated as being the following in
                                                                                   the 2014 School Admissions Code,
                                                                                   paragraph 1.7:
                                                                                   Previously looked after children are
                                                                                   children who were looked after,
                                                                                   but ceased to be so because
                                                                                   they were adopted 17 (or became
                                                                                   subject to a child arrangements
                                                                                   order 18 or special guardianship
                                                                                   order 19). Further references to
                                                                                   previously looked after children in
                                                                                   this Code means such children who
                                                                                   were adopted (or subject to child
                                                                                   arrangements orders or special
                                                                                   guardianship orders) immediately
                                                                                   following having been looked after.
                                                                                   For ‘Looked After Children’ or
                                                                                   previously ‘Looked After Children’ a
                                                                                   letter from your child’s social worker,
                                                                                   or a copy of court papers must
                                                                                   be submitted with the CAF by the

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deadline for the correct school’s         and their deadline. For schools          Full/further details of how the test
admissions criterion to be given.         in other boroughs, please check          is used are published with their
                                          their literature or websites.            admissions criteria. The date for the
Request to be taught
                                                                                   test used by some Lambeth schools
outside cohort                            The SIFs provide additional
                                                                                   is Saturday 10 November 2018. In
                                          information needed for the school’s
If your child is being taught in a year                                            addition to this some schools have
                                          admissions criteria to be applied
group different to their chronological                                             bursary auditions. Please check
                                          fully. Such information may include
age (out of cohort) you must                                                       which schools use testing and when
                                          religious observance or specialism
provide documentation to confirm                                                   it is (if the school is not in Lambeth)
                                          details. They may also require further
this placement from their current
                                          documentation to be submitted such       If test dates clash you must inform
school. This will aid the admissions
                                          as Pupil Premium documentation.          the person who sent the invite in
authority’s decision whether your
                                          For the Lambeth schools sharing          case there are any additional test
child will be accepted to continue to
                                          a banding test, the SIFs are used        dates. It is important that your
be taught out of cohort.
                                          by school staff to invite children to    child sits these tests where used
       Tick to confirm that you have      the test. It is very important that      otherwise your child may miss out
       completed the actions stated       the SIFs are completed and sent          on a place at preferred school.
       in this stage                      to the schools by their set deadline
                                                                                   If you are applying for more than one
                                          otherwise your child may miss out
       Tick if not applicable                                                      school that requires a score from
                                          on a preferred place.
                                                                                   the Lambeth test, your child only
                                                Tick to confirm that you have      needs to sit the test once. You can
Stage 6                                         completed the actions stated       choose which school you wish your
Supplementary Information                       in this stage                      child to sit the test by stating this on
Forms (SIFs)                                                                       the school’s SIFs. Test scores will
                                                Tick if not applicable
In addition to the required                                                        be shared between the schools that
documentation above, some                                                          require this data.
schools require applicants to             Stage 7                                         Tick to confirm that you have
complete a SIF. Please check              Admissions tests                                completed the actions stated
the school’s information in               Some schools require children                   in this stage
this booklet particularly the             to sit a test. These are used
                                                                                          Tick if not applicable
‘how to apply’ section, to check          for banding, to ensure children
which schools require these               of all abilities are considered.

                                                                         SECTION 1 / PROCESS AND PROCEDURE 11
11 stages parents/carers
   must follow

Stage 8                                 date of the move so we are able        10 December 2018, the School
Change of circumstances                 to contact you if we need further      Admissions Team will be able to
The Lambeth School Admissions           information or to communicate the      take this into account preferences
Team will consider your application     outcome of your application. This      are being considered. If you change
using the details you provide on        also applies if you have a change of   your address after 10 December
your form.                              medical circumstances or a sibling     2018 and this means that you wish
                                        starts at a preferred school. Please   to change your preferences you will
If you move address you must
                                        note that changes to preferences       need to contact your council to find
inform the School Admissions
                                        after the deadline for on time         out what to do next.
Team of your new address, the
                                        applications are not permitted.
date of the move and provide                                                         Tick to confirm that you have
new proof of address documents          If you inform your council of                completed the actions stated
as soon as possible after the           your change of address before                in this stage
                                                                                     Tick if not applicable
preference      criteria*        rank    school                  status**
1st             religious        300     Lambeth school A        pending
                                                                               Stage 9
2nd             distance         240     Lambeth school B        pending
                                                                               National Offer Day –
3rd             distance         80      Lambeth school C        offered       Friday 1 March 2019
4th             sibling          40      Croydon school X        declined      If you applied online and
                                                                               signed up to text messages you
5th             medical/social   70      Merton school Y         declined
                                                                               will receive an email and text
                                                                               message on the evening of
                                                                               1 March 2019 informing you
                                                                               to log in to your admissions
                                                                               account and view the official
                                                                               outcome of the application.
                                                                               Only if you applied using a paper
                                                                               CAF will an outcome notification
                                                                               letter be posted out first class
                                                                               post on 1 March 2019. Details of
                                                                               what you can do next if eg. your
                                                                               child was not offered your first
                                                                               preference, will be on the secondary
                                                                               transfer page via lambeth.gov/
                                                                               eadmissions and included with
                                                                               any letter sent. Some schools may
                                                                               also send their own offers letters
                                                                               to parents/carers after 1 March
                                                                               2019. Responses to those letters
                                                                               should be made according to the
                                                                               school’s directions.

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Your child will be offered the single     Pending
highest place possible on the CAF. In     Child has not been able to be offered
the example on page 12 the child’s        a place at this school at present.
third preference was offered as they      This is because the school had
were not ranked high enough by the        more applications than places, and
school’s admissions authority to be       offers have been made according to
offered the first or second preference.   the school’s published admissions
Although the child could have been        criteria. Other children had a higher
offered their fourth or fifth, these      priority than the child under the
were not offered as the higher third      school’s published admission criteria
preference could be offered.              or lived closer to the school
                                          if considered for the same criterion.
*criteria are shown for illustration
purposes, more factors, such as           Allocated Offers
                                                                                   Please note that allocations will be
banding may be involved.                  If your child did not receive an offer
                                                                                   made according to the number of
                                          from one of their preferred schools
** preference status meanings:                                                     vacancies there are in the borough.
                                          on 1 March 2019 then Lambeth
                                                                                   An allocation will be made to a
Offered                                   School Admissions, in line with
                                                                                   school that parents/carers did not
                                          statutory requirements, will seek
This is the school your child has                                                  originally apply for. Parents/carers
                                          to allocate a place at a Lambeth
been made an offer to attend.                                                      of late applicants will be notified as
                                          school that has vacancies.
                                                                                   soon as an offer can be made.
Declined
                                          Decisions on where to allocate           This will be after 1 March 2019.
Because a higher offer has been made,     places will be made on the basis
                                                                                   Lambeth School Admissions Team
and the offer made must be a single       of proximity to the school. (i.e. the
                                                                                   will assist wherever possible if your
offer by law, this lower preference       nearest school to the child’s home
                                                                                   child has not been offered a school
became invalid and was declined.          address that identifies a vacancy).
                                                                                   place to ensure that they have one
                                                                                   for the start of September 2019.

                                                                                   Stage 10
                                                                                   Accepting the offer
                                                                                   The deadline to accept offers,
                                                                                   online or using a reply form
                                                                                   sent to paper applicants is
                                                                                   15 March 2019. Failure to meet this
                                                                                   deadline may mean that your child
                                                                                   could lose their place. We strongly
                                                                                   advise that you accept the offer
                                                                                   made on National Offer Day even if it
                                                                                   is not your first preference to ensure
                                                                                   your child has a place for September
                                                                                   2019. Offers will continue to be
                                                                                   made after National Offer Day.

                                                                           SECTION 1 / PROCESS AND PROCEDURE 13
11 stages parents/carers
   must follow

If an offer for a higher preference is   Waiting lists                             closing date of 31 October 2018
made later on, you can then reject       Ensure that your child’s name is on       will be considered after National
the original offer. Where allocations    the waiting list for the school(s) that   Offer Day, 1 March 2019.
are made, again we advise that           you applied for and were placed           Apply for other schools
these are accepted until you receive     higher than the school offered on
an offer from a school you selected      your CAF. Please check with the           You can apply for further schools
on your application.                     school or borough to ensure that          whilst your child’s name is on the
                                         your child’s name is on their waiting     waiting list for other schools or
      Tick to confirm that you have
                                         list as this may not be an automatic      you have accepted an allocated
      completed the actions stated
      in this stage                      process. Parents/carers need to           offer. If requested, Lambeth School
                                         be aware that if their child’s name is    Admissions Team can provide you
Stage 11                                 on a school’s waiting list, their name    with information about schools that
Next steps                               may go up or down depending on            have vacancies after 24 March 2019.
If your child was not offered your       how the admissions criteria applies       Second (or subsequent) applications
first preference school, we advise       to others on the waiting list. Late       can only be made using a paper
you to follow the steps below.           applications received after the           CAF, which will be available after 1
                                                                                   March 2019 to download from our
                                                                                   website or obtained from Lambeth
                                                                                   Civic Centre.
                                                                                   Completed forms need to be
                                                                                   returned to the Lambeth Civic Centre
                                                                                   or posted to the School Admissions
                                                                                   Team (address on the form). This
                                                                                   is in addition to any necessary
                                                                                   Supplementary Information Forms
                                                                                   being completed and sent to the
                                                                                   schools (where used).
                                                                                   Parents/carers of these new
                                                                                   applicants will be notified as soon
                                                                                   as an offer can be made, or receive
                                                                                   a letter stating that no offer can
                                                                                   be made from the CAF and Stage
                                                                                   10 can be followed again.

                                                                                   Appeals
                                                                                   You can appeal against the refusal
                                                                                   of a school place listed on your
                                                                                   CAF under the School Standards
                                                                                   and Framework Act 1998. If you
                                                                                   wish to appeal against the decision
                                                                                   not to offer your child a place at

14 SECTION 1 / PROCESS AND PROCEDURE
a Lambeth community school
(see page 1 for definitions), please
contact the Clerk to the Independent
Appeals Panel, Democratic Services,
1st Floor, Lambeth Town Hall,
Brixton Hill, SW2 1RW
Telephone 020 7926 2170,
Email: democracy@lambeth.gov.uk.
A guidance note on appeals
and an appeal form can also be
downloaded from the council’s
website via the following link:
lambeth.gov.uk/eadmissions
Please note that Democratic
Services can only accept appeals
for the following secondary schools:
•   The Elmgreen School
•   Lambeth Academy
•   Lilian Baylis Technology School
•   The Norwood School
•   Oasis Academy South Bank
•   Woodmansterne School
If your application for a school place
was submitted on-time, appeals
need to be lodged by Friday              with knowledge of education                   Tick to confirm that you have
28 March 2019 for them to be             issues. You will be invited to attend         completed the actions stated
heard before the summer holidays.        the appeal hearing and make                   in this stage
                                         representations in person to the
For late applications, an appeal                                                       Tick if not applicable
                                         Independent Appeals Panel.
should be lodged within 20 school
days of receipt of application           For the schools listed in column one,
outcome letter. Appeals lodged           you will be informed in writing about      If you are unsure about
after these dates will be heard          the outcome by the Democratic              any aspect of the secondary
within 40 school days of the appeal      Services Team. For other Lambeth           transfer procedure please
deadline or 30 school days of being      schools, the clerk for that appeal         contact Lambeth School
lodged, whichever is the later date.     panel will write to you.                   Admissions Team on
Democratic Services will write to        If you wish to appeal against non-         020 7926 9503, or email
you regarding the arrangements for       admission to any other secondary           schooladmissions@
considering your appeal. Your appeal     school, you will need to contact the       lambeth.gov.uk
will be heard by an Independent          individual school(s) directly, to obtain
Appeals Panel made up of panellists      information about how to appeal.

                                                                           SECTION 1 / PROCESS AND PROCEDURE 15
Secondary transfer key dates

Date              Actions – what you and your child need to do
Summer/           Decide which schools to apply for. Contact schools for prospectuses and details
Autumn 2018       of open days/evenings.

1 Sep 2018        How to apply:
                  1 	 Applications must be made from 1 September online or using a paper Common
                       Application Form (CAF) from your home borough by 31 October 2018.
                  • 	 To apply online visit Lambeth Council’s website at lambeth.gov.uk/eadmissions
                       (see pages 17-19 for more information).
                  • 	A limited amount of paper CAFs will be made available for collection from the Lambeth
                       Customer Service Centre, Lambeth Civic Centre, 6 Brixton Hill, London, SW2 1EG.
                       These forms should either be handed in to Lambeth Customer Service Centre (by
                       appointment), or posted to Lambeth School Admissions Team, PO Box 734, Winchester,
                       SO23 5DG with correct postage.
                  • 	If you are submitting a paper CAF by post then please do so by Friday 19 October 2018.
                       This is the Friday before the half-term holiday.
                  2 	 In addition to this, Supplementary Information Forms (SIFs) required by particular
                       schools must be obtained from the school, or via lambeth.gov.uk/eadmissions
                       then completed and returned to these schools by their published date. Please see
                       schools’ pages 20 and 21 and 24-74 for details of which Lambeth schools require
                       SIFs and their deadlines.

31 Oct 2018       Closing date for applications to all secondary schools participating in the co-ordinated
                  admissions procedure. CAFs received after 31 October 2018 will be late and will not be
                  processed until after 1 March 2019 when ‘on time’ applications have been processed.

Autumn/Winter Ensure that your child sits any admissions tests set by the school or another borough where
2018          required. Dates for these will vary, so please check. Lambeth admissions test used by some
              schools is on 10 November.

1 Mar 2019        National Offer Day. If you applied on time online and signed up to text messages you will receive
                  an email and text message on the evening of 1 March 2019 informing you to log in to your
                  admissions account and view the official outcome of the application. Only if you applied using a
                  paper CAF an outcome notification letter will be posted out first class post on 1 March 2019.

15 Mar 2019       Parents/carers must respond to an offer on this date either by accepting the place online (for
                  those who have applied online) or by returning the reply form to Lambeth School Admissions
                  Team if they have received a postal offer.

28 Mar 2019       If you wish to appeal against the decision not to offer your child a place at a Lambeth school,
or 20 school      please check the details on each of the school’s pages about this process. For schools in
days after        other boroughs, please check their information and timescales.
notification
for late
applications
Apr – Jul 2019 Appeals for schools are heard.

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eAdmissions
Apply online and apply on time

lambeth.gov.uk/eadmissions
Lambeth Council only have a very limited amount of paper Common Application Forms (CAFs) available
and these will normally be made available for parents/carers who do not have or cannot get access to
the internet. In light of this, we strongly advise parents/carers to ensure that they submit their application
online and on time! Online applications can be made from 1 September 2018. Pages 18 and 19 show a
step-by-step guide to making an online application. For 2019 secondary school entry 99% of parents/
carers who applied on time applied online.
The benefits of applying online:
• It is free and secure
• It uses a quick, easy to use step-by-step format
• Your application won’t get lost in the post
• Drop down school lists help reduce errors and save you time
• Information can be checked online and changed at any point before the closing date without the need to fill in
  another form
• You can attach the required proof of address documentation and copies of any medical or social paperwork
  you wish to be considered. Just submit the application first then click on the ‘attach a document’ button
• If you have any questions or problems regarding the online admissions website or log-in, please call the
  London Grid for Learning supportline on 020 8255 5555 option 1
• You will be issued with a unique reference number similar to this:
  208-2019-09-E-001234, which will be your proof that your application has been received
• The online system is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week,
  up until midnight on the closing date of Wednesday
  31 October 2018.
• During the evening of Friday 1 March 2019
  you will be sent an email and or text with the outcome
  of your application. Please wait until you have received
  the email before logging on to the Pan London
  eAdmissions website.

  Use this space to record the details used to make your application.
  Username:
  Password:                                                    Reference number:
  It is important to keep this information so that you can look up the school place offered online.

                                                                        SECTION 1 / PROCESS AND PROCEDURE 17
Step-by-step guide to online
  eadmissions applications
  This is just a short step-by-step guide to help you submit an online application.
  However, please note that there is also a FAQ and an eadmissions tutorial function
  (which can be accessed before you register onto the online system).

                                                                 Step 1 – Create an account The child’s parent/carer
                                                                 needs to log their details. Only one parent/carer can do
                                                                 this as the system only allows one parent to register one
                                                                 application per child. This is so that an identified email
                                                                 address can be linked to a named person. It is important
                                                                 that the person registering has parental responsibility
                                                                 for the child and both child and parent lives at the same
                                                                 address noted on the on line form. If you already have
                                                                 a London Grid for Learning account use that log in and
                                                                 check your details are still correct before continuing.
                                                                 Otherwise you will need to create an account.

   Step 2 – Child’s details The parent/carer must input their
   child’s name as listed on their birth certificate or passport in this
   section. They must also use their (both the parent and the child’s)
   current address. The online secondary school applications are
   only for children born between 01/09/2007 and 31/08/2008.

   Step 3 – Add your school preferences
   Using the pre-populated drop-down lists,
   1. Select the borough the school is in.
   2. Select the school you want for the first preference.
      You can also choose a school using the ‘map’ or
      ‘keywords’ function. You can apply for up to 6 schools
   3. Please ensure that you select the correct school
      especially when there are schools with similar
      names in the same borough.
   4. Once the school has been added you can also add
      details about any siblings or relevant medical/social
      details if applicable.
   5. If the school being applied to needs you to also
      complete a Supplementary Information Form (SIF),
      this will automatically be flagged up by the system.
      Please ensure that all SIFs are completed and
      returned to the school in time.
   Schools selected can be moved up or down, added to
   or deleted up until the 31 October 2018 deadline.

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Once the schools have been selected, you must check
whether they are correct before moving to the next step.

      Step 4 – Submit application
      You will then be required to read and accept the
      declarations.
      Once you have read the declaration, click on
      the ‘submit application’ button.

Step 5 – Attach documentation
Once the application is submitted, you will receive an
email confirming submission with the reference number,
along with a reminder about what schools require SIFs.
You must then upload all the necessary proof of
address documentation (as stated on page 8-9)
using the ‘Attach a document’ button from this
page. You can also attach any medical or social
or other such documentation you wish to be
considered by 31 October 2018.
You must ensure that you re-submit your application
if you make any amendments before the 31 October
2018 deadline.

          SECTION 1 / PROCESS AND PROCEDURE 19
Lambeth secondary schools
information at a glance

 School                                            DfE code        Gender       Status                 Denomination   PAN for
                                                                                                                      2019/20
 Archbishop Tenison’s School                       208 5403        mixed        voluntary-aided        Church of      92
                                                                                                       England
 Ark Evelyn Grace Academy                          208 6906        mixed        academy                n/a            180

 Bishop Thomas Grant RC School                     208 5401        mixed        voluntary-aided        Catholic       180

 City Heights E-ACT                                208 6907        mixed        academy                n/a            180
 Academy
 Dunraven School                                   208 5402        mixed        academy                n/a            218

 The Elmgreen School                               208 4731        mixed        academy                n/a            180

 Lambeth Academy                                   208 6905        mixed        academy                n/a            180

 La Retraite Roman Catholic                        208 5400        girls        voluntary-aided        Catholic       168
 Girls’ School
 Lilian Baylis Technology School                   208 4321        mixed        community              n/a            124

 The London Nautical School                        208 5405        boys         foundation             n/a            120

 The Norwood School                                208 4223        mixed        community              n/a            180

 Oasis Academy South Bank                          208 4000        mixed        academy                n/a            120

 Platanos College                                  208 4322        mixed        academy                n/a            210

 Saint Gabriel’s College                           208 4509        mixed        voluntary-aided        Church of      120
                                                                                                       England
 St. Martin-in-the-Fields                          208 5404        girls        academy                Church of      120
 High School for Girls                                                                                 England
 Trinity Academy                                   208 4003        mixed        academy                n/a            120

 Woodmansterne School                              208 2657        mixed        community              n/a            150*

*Split between 60 places for current year 6 children in the school plus 90 places for external applicants

20 SECTION 2 / SCHOOLS
Address                       Phone no.       Website                       SIF        Test
                                                                            needed?    required?
55 Kennington Oval,           020 7735 3771   tenisons.com                  yes        yes
SE11 5SR
255 Shakespeare Road,         020 7737 9520   evelyngraceacademy.org        no         no
SE24 0QN
Beltrees Grove,               020 8769 3294   btg.ac                        yes        no
SW16 2HY
33 Abbots Park,               020 3691 4600   cityheightse-actacademy.org   no         no
SW2 3PW
94-98 Leigham Court Road,     020 8696 5600   dunraven.org.uk               yes        yes
SW16 2QB
Elmcourt Road,                020 8766 5020   the-elmgreen-school.org.uk    no         no
SE27 9BZ
Elms Road,                    020 7819 4700   lambeth-academy.org           yes        yes
SW4 9ET
Atkins Road,                  020 8673 5644   laretraite.lambeth.sch.uk     yes        yes
SW12 0AB
323 Kennington Lane,          020 7091 9500   lilianbaylis.com              yes        yes
Kennington, SE11 5QY
61 Stamford Street,           020 7928 6801   lns.org.uk                    yes        yes
SE1 9NA
Crown Dale,                   020 8670 9382   thenorwoodschool.org          yes        yes
SE19 3NY
75 Westminster Bridge Road,   020 7921 4531   oasisacademysouthbank.org     no         no
SE1 7HS
Clapham Road,                 020 7733 6156   platanoscollege.com           yes        yes
SW9 0AL
Cormont Road,                 020 7793 3901   saintgabrielscollege.org      yes        no
SE5 9RF
155 Tulse Hill,               020 8674 5594   stmartins.academy             yes        yes
SW2 3UP
56 Brixton Hill, Brixton,     020 3126 4993   trinityacademylondon.org      yes        no
SW2 1QS
Stockport Road,               020 8764 1825   woodmansterne.london          no         no
SW16 5XE

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Lambeth secondary
schools

This section provides detailed                                            1   Archbishop Tenison’s School (mixed)
information on all Lambeth                                                2   Ark Evelyn Grace Academy (mixed)
secondary schools.                                                        3   Bishop Thomas Grant Catholic
                                                          10
                                                                              Secondary School (mixed)
Lambeth has a variety of
secondary schools. Lambeth                                                4   City Heights E-ACT Academy (mixed)
                                                         12
Education, Learning and Skills                                            5   Dunraven School (mixed)
(Lambeth Council) co-ordinates                                            6   The Elmgreen School (mixed)
the secondary transfer process                                            7   Lambeth Academy (mixed)
for all community, voluntary-aided,                                       8   La Retraite Roman Catholic Girls’
voluntary-controlled, foundation,                                             School (girls)
                                                 9
free schools and academies.                                               9   Lilian Baylis Technology School (mixed)
                                                                          10 The London Nautical School (boys)
                                                 1
                                                                          11 The Norwood School (mixed)
                                                                          12 Oasis Academy South Bank (mixed)
                                                                          13 Platanos College (mixed)
                                             13                14
                                                                          14 Saint Gabriel’s College (mixed)
                                                                          15 St Martin-in-the-Fields High School
                                                                             for Girls (girls)
                                       19                                 16 Trinity Academy (mixed)
                                                                          17 Woodmansterne School (mixed)
                                                               20
                                                          2               Special Schools
                                            16                            18 Elm Court School (mixed)
                              7
                                                                          19 Lansdowne School (mixed)
                                                                          20 The Michael Tippett School (mixed)
                                                                          21 Turney School (mixed)
                              8                      18       15    21    22 The Vanguard School (mixed)
                                                                             (expected to open September 2019)
                                                          4          22

                                                                     6

                                                     5

                                                 3                  11

                                  17
22 SECTION 2 / SCHOOLS
2018 School open days/evenings

For more details, please view the school’s own pages

Archbishop Tenison’s School           Lambeth Academy                      Oasis Academy South Bank
Tuesday 25 September, 5-7pm           Tuesday 25 September, 9.15-10.30am   Wednesday 26 September, 5.30-7pm
Thursday 27 September, 9-10.30am      Thursday 27 September, 5-7.30pm      Thursday 11 October, 5.30-7pm
Tuesday 9 October, 5-7pm              Wednesday 3 October, 9.15-10.30am
                                                                           Platanos College
Thursday 11 October, 9-10.30am        Friday 5 October, 9.15-10.30am
                                                                           Tuesday 25 September, 9.30-10.30am
Ark Evelyn Grace Academy              La Retraite                          Wednesday 26 September, 4-7pm
Monday 24 September, 9-10.15am        Roman Catholic Girls’ School
                                                                           Saint Gabriel’s College
Tuesday 25 September, 9-10.15am       Thursday 5 July, 9am-12noon
                                                                           Tuesday 25 September, 9-10.15am
Wednesday 26 September, 9-10.15am     Friday 6 July, 9am-12noon
                                                                           Wednesday 26 September, 9-10.15am
Thursday 27 September, 4.30-7.30pm    Thursday 20 September, 4-7pm
                                                                           Thursday 27 September, 9-10.15am
                                      Thursday 4 October, 9am-12noon
Bishop Thomas Grant Catholic          Friday 5 October, 9am-12noon         Wednesday 3 October, 4.30-7.30pm
Secondary School                      Tuesday 9 October, 9am-12noon        St Martin-in-the-Fields High
Tuesday 18 September, 5.30-8pm
                                      Lilian Baylis Technology School      School for Girls
Thursday 20 September, 9.30-11am
                                      Monday 24 to Wednesday               Thursday 20 September, 9-10.15am
Friday 21 September, 9.30-11am
                                      26 September, tours from 9am         Friday 28 September, 9-10.15am
City Heights E-ACT Academy            until 12noon                         Thursday 4 October, 5-7.30pm
Wednesday 19 September, 5.30-7pm      Tuesday 2 October, 4.30-­7pm         Friday 12 October, 9-10.15am
Thursday 27 September, 9-10.15am      Monday 1 to Wednesday 3 October      Tuesday 16 October, 9-10.15am
Wednesday 3 October, 9-10.15am        and Monday 8 to Wednesday            Trinity Academy
Tuesday 9 October, 9-10.15am          10 October, tours from 9am           Tuesday 18 September, 5-8pm
Thursday 11 October, 5.30-7pm         until 12noon                         Wednesday 19 September, 9-10am
Dunraven School                       London Nautical School               Thursday 20 September, 9-10am
Tuesday 18 September, 6.30-9pm        Wednesday 26 September, 5-8pm        Friday 21 September, 9-10am
Thursday 20 September, 9.15-10.30am   Friday 5 October, 9.15-10.45am       Woodmansterne School
Saturday 22 September, 9.15-10.30am   Wednesday 10 October, 9.15-10.45am   Thursday 13 September, 6-7pm
Tuesday 25 September, 9.15-10.30am
                                      The Norwood School                   Wednesday 19 September, 6-7pm
The Elmgreen School                   Monday 17 September, 9.15-10.30am    Tuesday 25 September, 9.20-10.20am
Tuesday 25 September, 6.30-9pm        Tuesday 18 September, 9.15-10.30am   Thursday 27 September, 9.20-10.20am
Monday 1 October, 9-10.15am           Thursday 20 September, 5-8pm         Wednesday 3 October, 9.20-10.20am
Tuesday 9 October, 9-10.15am          Monday 1 October, 9.15-10.30am       Tuesday 9 October, 9.20-10.20am
Wednesday 17 October, 9-10.15am       Wednesday 3 October, 9.15-10.30am

                                                                                    SECTION 2 / SCHOOLS 23
Archbishop Tenison’s                                                                 Archbishop Tenison’s School
                                                                                     Kennington Oval

School
                                                                                     London SE11 5SR
                                                                                     Headteacher
                                                                                     Mr Jim Henderson

Archbishop Tenison’s is a
thriving, Church of England,
voluntary-aided school, founded
over 330 years ago, providing
a high-quality, innovative
education for students aged
11-19, offering places to Church
of England families, other faiths
and no faith.
Ambition:
From September 2015 girls were
admitted into year 7 for the first
time, though we have had a mixed
sixth form for several years. We
will now be looking to combine the
best features both of single sex and
of co-education by teaching girls
separately, while making sure that
they are fully involved in the life of
the school. Archbishop Tenison’s           students and ensure that everybody        child and how they help students
is a small school and this helps to        has the opportunity to achieve            progress in their learning’.
create a real family atmosphere            success.
                                                                                     ‘I really enjoy it here. We have
with all the students known by the         “Your school is one of the top 90 in      great teachers and it’s easy to
staff. Students achieve at Tenison’s,      the country for showing sustained         make friends’.
whether it is the high flyer with a        improvement for pupils gaining 5 or
string of A grades and a place at          more GCSEs including English and          Partnerships:
top university or someone who just         Maths ... I would like to congratulate    Our students benefit from the
needs that extra push to help them         you, your staff, governors and pupils     input of partners such as London
on the way to further education or         for their hard work and success.”         South Bank University, Cambridge
into their chosen career.                                                            University and Kings College
                                           David Laws MP-Education Minister          London. We have links with the
Curriculum and Academic                    - letter to the previous Headmistress     Livery Companies of the Chartered
Standards:                                 February 2015.                            Surveyors, Dyers and Cutlers
Our students benefit from a challenging
                                           Quotes:                                   who offer mentoring, free music
and stimulating curriculum within
                                           ‘This wasn’t my first choice but          tuition, work placements, academic
a secure and caring learning
                                           after all the doubt I had, I have         bursaries in the Sixth Form, and
environment, which promotes high
                                           grown to like it. In this school I have   university bursaries.
expectations and positive attitudes,
                                           prospered a lot and got higher            The highest standards of behaviour,
underpinned by Christian values.
                                           levels than I expected’                   uniform, attendance, punctuality
Our team of highly qualified and
dedicated teachers encourage the           ‘What I love about the school is the      and consideration for others are
individual talents and skills of all our   way they pay attention to every little    expected at all times.

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