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Application Form for Entry to Year 12 in September 2019

Please complete all sections of this form. Fields marked with an asterisk MUST be completed.

Applicant's Details

First Forename *:
Surname *:
Gender *:
Date of Birth *:
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Applications will be accepted from students born between 1 September 2002 and 31 August 2003 and/or who will be in Year 11 at the time of application unless there are exceptional circumstances.

Applicant's Address

Home Address line 1 *:
Home Address line 2
Town *:
County/State:
Post Code *:
Country *:

Kendrick School operate a designated area as part of its oversubscription criteria. For details of the designated area please click here.
The address that will be used for consideration to be living within the designated area must be the applicant's permanent address by 31st August 2019. The exception to this is if the applicant's family are returning from abroad to a previous home they own within the designated area, are Crown Servants or members of the Armed Forces (documentary evidence will be required to support this).

If these exceptional circumstances apply, please select Yes here :

Email address to be used for all comunications and telephone numbers

Email address *:
Main Phone Number *:
Alternative Number:

Nationality

Applicants may only be offered a place if they are intending to live in the UK with their parents or carers and can meet the conditions stated in Appendix 1 of the Admissions Policy for Entry into Year 12 in September 2019

Country of birth *:
Nationality *:
Do you have a UK passport? *:
Do you have the right of permanent residence in the UK? *:

Parent/Carer details

Title *:
Forename *:
Surname *:
Parent Email *:

The following information is used as part of the oversubscription criteria for Kendrick School. Documentary evidence or verification from the applicant's current school will be required:

Looked after child or previously looked after child:

A 'looked after child' is a child who is (a) in the care of a local authority, or (b) being provided with accommodation by a local authority in the exercise of their social services function (see definition in section 22(1) of the Children Act 1989). Previously looked after children are children (b) who were looked after, but ceased to be so because they were adopted or became subject to a child arrangement order or special guardian ship order. Applications received under the Criterion A must be made by the person with parental responsibility for the child (e.g. the child's social worker, acting on behalf of the local authority for a looked after child) and will need to be supported by the following official documentation, as applicable:
Confirmation by the home local authority that the child is looked after or previously looked after or
Confirmation by the local authority the child has the following order
Adoption Order

Looked After child *:

Pupil Premium:

Please choose 'Yes' from the menu below if you are entitled to Pupil Premium, you may have to ask your parent/carer if you are unsure.
Pupil Premium are those students who have received funding for free school meals at any point in the last 6 years or who are currently eligible for free school meals.

Pupil Premium *:

Service Premium:

Please choose 'Yes' from the menu below if you are entitled to Service Premium, you may have to ask your parent/carer if you are unsure.
The service premium is designed to support children with parents/carers serving in the regular British armed forces. Students attract the premium if they meet the following criteria: one of their parents/carers is serving in the regular armed forces; one of their parents/carers served in the regular armed forces in the last 3 years or one of their parents/carers died while serving in the armed forces and the student is in receipt of a pension under the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme (AFCS) and the War Pensions Scheme (WPS)

Service Premium *:

Access arrangements

Do you have any special educational needs? If so please click on 'Yes' in the menu below and give details in the box below. If you have a Statement of Special Needs and/or an Education, Health and Care Plan please indicate this in the same box.

 
 

Have you received additional time in examinations? If so please click on 'Yes in the menu below and provide details in the box below that.

 
 

Present school

Name of school *:
Headteacher's name *:
School Address line 1 *:
School Address line 2
Town/City *:
Post Code *:
Country *:
Email address *:
School phone number *:

We will use the above details to request information about your predicted grades from your present school. Please discuss this with them.

Examinations to be taken

GCSE examinations to be taken, please list GCSE Full Course subjects first.

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Examinations already taken.

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Sixth Form options 2019-2021

Art and Design
Latin
Biology
Mathematics
Chemistry
Further Mathematics
Drama and Theatre Studies
Music
Economics
Philosophy
English Literature
Physical Education
French
Physics
Geography
Sociology
German
Spanish
History
 

A Level subjects you hope to study

Please choose four subjects below. Please note that if Further Mathematics is chosen you must select Mathematics in another column.

You can choose a 3 or 4 A-Level Pathway, however, you should still choose four subjects at this stage and the pathway will be discussed with you at consultation.

Please choose your options from the list of subjects in the drop down boxes below:

Subjects to be taken at Kendrick School
 

Personal Statement

It is suggested that your information should include some or all of the following:

(a) Your reasons for applying to Kendrick School
(b) Why you have chosen the A-level subjects above
(c) Something about your extra-curricular activities and your achievements in these areas
(d) What you have gained from work experience (if relevant)
(e) Any ideas you have about a future career.

Please use the space below to explain your reasons for wanting to join Year 12 at Kendrick School *


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Please indicate if you are considering the Three or Four A Level Pathway and your reasons for this. *


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Please list your interests and other activities, your achievements, work experience etc *


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Please state any ideas you have concerning career plans*


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Declaration

I have read the Admission Policy for Entry into Year 12 in September 2019 and I understand the following:

  • 8 GCSEs grades A* - B or 9-5 two of which must be English Language and Mathematics and all should be from full GCSE courses.
  • At least a grade B or 6 at GCSE in the subjects to be studied at AS/A-level.
  • Grade B or 6 or above in the Higher Tier is an entry requirement for Mathematics and/or Science AS/A level courses. Students who have taken Foundation Tier GCSE courses in Mathematics and Sciences (rather than Higher Tier) are unlikely to have covered all the appropriate topics from which they can move on to A-level in the context of this school.
  • To study a Science subject it would be necessary for an applicant to have achieved at least a Grade B or 6 in both Higher Tier Science and Additional Science or Separate Science GCSEs.
  • Students who wish to study Further Mathematics must achieve at Grade A*-A or 9-7 in GSCE Mathematics.
  • Students would be expected to have studied GCSE in subjects they wish to study at A-level. In the case of Economics and Sociology where the subjects may not have been studied at GCSE level, Grade B or 6 in English Literature and a Humanity would be required as a minimum condition of entry to the course.
  • Students living overseas at the time of application and not taking GCSE courses must provide evidence of the equivalence of their externally taken qualifications to GCSE by an official organisation (for example NARIC).
  • Students who are Home Schooled will be asked to provide a reference and predicted GCSE grades from a professional body. In the absence of a reference they may be asked to sit mock GCSE examinations at Kendrick School.

Please confirm that you agree by clicking the check box

I understand that any deliberate misinformation given on this form will mean that my application will not be accepted. I declare that the information given on this application is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief, and I will notify the School, in writing, of any changes. I understand that the School may take steps to verify the information given in this form, and that any misinformation given may result in the withdrawal of an offer of a place at a later date.

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Before my application can be considered, Kendrick School must receive a completed Statement of Predicted Grades, which they will request direct from my current school.

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I understand that the address which will be used for consideration to be living within the designated area is my daughter's permanent address at 31st August 2019. The exception to this is if the applicant's family are returning from abroad to a previous home within the designated area, are Crown Servants or members of the Armed Forces (documentary evidence will be required to support this).

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I / We grant permission for the personal data we have supplied to be shared with approved Data Processors , Test Providers and other Admission Authorities performing similar testing for any reason deemed necessary in order to ensure the integrity of the process and the tests. At all times Data Processors, Test Providers and other Admission Authorities agree to treat all personal data strictly in accordance with the Data Protection regulations currently in force.

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