Abbeywood School

Abbey Wood School

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Admissions

Thank you for choosing Abbeywood!

Responsibility for September Year 7 admissions to Abbeywood Community School lies with South Gloucestershire Student Access and Support Team. Applications should be made directly to them at the address below, by the closing date, and on the Application Form contained within the Admissions booklet, available on the  South Gloucestershire Council website.

South Gloucestershire Council Department for Children, Adults and Health

PO Box 298

Civic Centre    

Kingswood, Bristol BS15 0DQ


Tel: 01454 868008

Useful link :- http://www.southglos.gov.uk/education-and-learning/schools-and-colleges/school-admissions/apply-online-for-a-school-place/

The South Gloucestershire Admissions Booklet should be read in conjunction with the OAT Admissions Policy.

Relevant Documents

Click here for admissions policies and timelines

Appeals Proforma ACS

Map of Area of Prime Responsibility

Complaints about Appeals Information

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In-Year Admissions

Applications should be made directly to Abbeywood Community School on the OAT Admissions form. Where places are available they will be allocated based on the criteria laid out in the Admissions Policy. Where the school is full or oversubscribed, you may elect to remain on the waiting list and/or  lodge an appeal. Further information about appeals can be found below.

Post 16 Admissions

The Concorde Partnership consists of Bradley Stoke Community School, Abbeywood Community School, South Gloucestershire and Stroud College and Patchway Community College. Together we offer a shared curriculum. All Abbeywood Community School students are entitled to a place at Post 16 provided they fulfil the entry criteria. Students from other centres must apply for a place on the Concorde common application form and must fulfil the same criteria. Level 3 courses: 5 A* - C grades at GCSE or equivalent, and the additional entry requirements for each of the subjects to be studied. Level 2 courses: students will need to discuss the suitability of courses to be studied with a member of the Post 16 team.

Appeals

All appeals for school places should be made on the Appeals Proforma ACS and sent directly to Mrs Ruth Whittaker at Abbeywood Community School. Appeals will be heard by an independent panel as soon as possible. You may appeal once in each academic year. Any complaints about appeals panels should be directed to the Education Funding Agency. However, the EFA can only review the process, not the decision made by the panel. Any appeal against a decision not to admit must be made to the civil courts. Complaints to the EFA can be made by e-mail to Academyquestions@efa.education.gov.uk or in writing to Academies Central Unit (Academy Independent Appeal Panel Complaints). Education Funding Agency, Earlsdon Park, 53-55 Butts Road, Coventry, CV1 3BH.