Year 7 Admissions September 2018
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VISITING THE SCHOOL
We regret that we cannot accommodate any further visits to the school at this time. We will be holding Open Days and an Open Evening in October 2017 for Year 6 boys and their parents. Information will be posted here in due course and letters will be sent to all our feeder primary schools to be distributed to parents.
FOR ALL OTHER ADMISSION ENQUIRIES PLEASE EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
In-Year Casual Admissions
If you wish your child to be considered for admission into the Langton you will need to submit an In Year Casual Admission Application. You can download a form here.
Please note that the school is currently oversubscribed in all year groups.
An explanation of School Roll Numbers
The school has a published admission number of 120 which means that neither the school, nor the Local Authority, can offer any more than 120 places in any year group (four forms of 30 students). Only an appeal panel is permitted, by law, to instruct the school to take more students. However, the school acknowledges that it has the accommodation and staffing levels that mean that it can take four forms of 32 into each year – making a total of 128 boys. Historically, the appeal panel takes the school roll up to 128 in Year 7 each year and these 128 Year 7 boys go on to be 128 in Year 8 and so on.
It should be noted that if there are fewer than 128 students in the year group into which admission is being sought, then admission may be possible, subject to the student passing the school’s entrance tests in English, maths, science and either French, German or Spanish and demonstrating an appropriate academic ability. The school must be confident that such an admission would not prejudice the education of boys already in school.
It should be noted that: The school would expect the place to be taken up immediately
If the student in question does not do as well as hoped in the entrance tests we will not offer a place regardless of the numbers in the Year group. Parents would have the right to lodge an appeal against the decision not to admit. You can download an appeal form here. Under these circumstances the appeal panel may look to the parents to provide evidence that his test results did not accurately reflect his academic ability. However, the school would put a robust argument to the panel that the child did not have the required academic ability to enable him to successfully integrate into the school and keep pace with the lessons at the school.
It should be noted that:
In the past 12 years no appeal panel has ever instructed the school to make an offer of admission when the student in question achieved significantly low marks in the entrance tests.
The school does not maintain a waiting list for Years 8 – 13 and only between September and December for Year 7 boys. In Year Casual Admissions are dealt with on a first-come, first-served basis. Places will not be held open.
Entrance tests will only be arranged if there are fewer than 128 students in the year group.
Admission into Year 9 in June of each year
The school is able to take additional boys into Year 9 during the final term in each academic year (which starts in June). Class sizes are reduced at this stage as Langton students split into their option groups for GCSE subjects and become Year 9+.
In many ways this is the best time for a Year 9 boy to join the school; he would be amongst other boys in the same situation and the Langton’s own students would also be moving into classes with boys they have not previously been to lessons with.
Boys seeking admission into Year 9+ would be required to sit the entrance tests and the same procedures described above with regards to the entrance test results would apply.
Boys wishing to join us for Year 9+ must attend a testing day which will take place on the morning of SATURDAY 18TH MARCH 2017. Please download, complete and return the APPLICATION FORM to Susan Begg. email@example.com
Rugby Trials will be taking place on the same day in the afternoon. If you wish your son to be included in the trials please indicate this on the Application Form.
NB Boys attending the testing day must be at the school by 9.15 am. The tests will start promptly at 9.30 am. Further details will be sent to anyone submitting the application form.
Admission into Year 10
The school is very reluctant to take students into Year 10. Langton students start their GCSE syllabuses in Year 9+ and boys joining after that time would be significantly disadvantaged and required to spend a lot of time on private study during evenings, weekends and holidays to get up to speed.
Admission into Year 11
The school does not admit students into Year 11 except in extreme circumstances.
If you require any further information please contact Mrs Susan Begg Admissions Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sixth Form Admission into Years 12 and 13
Enquiries regarding admission into the Sixth Form should be directed to Mr Ken Davis, Director of Studies email@example.com