WE ARE CURRENTLY CONSULTING ON OUR PROPOSED ADMISSIONS POLICY FOR ENTRY SEPTEMBER 2019
The consultation period is 1 November to 15 December 2017
Important documents are :
– The draft Admissions Policy for Entry September 2019 : click here
– The Consultation Paper : click here
The school is consulting on these changes via the Borough of Poole combined consultation which can be found at: http://www.poole.gov.uk/education-and-learning/school-and-colleges/school-admissions/
You can post your responses to:
Admissions Consultation, Parkstone Grammar School, Sopers Lane, Poole, BH17 7EP
Or email your response to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome applications from parents who live in the Borough of Poole and beyond. Admission is at 11+ into Year 7 and is by educational assessment. Entry into other years is by educational assessment and dependent upon places being available.
Applications for the Sixth Form are dependent upon satisfactory achievement at GCSE. The admissions policy is reviewed annually and should be consulted for the proposed year of entry.
The admissions arrangements for Parkstone Grammar School are in accordance with the Coordinated Admissions Scheme adopted by all the school admissions authorities within the Borough.
Only girls who attain the required standards in the prescribed arrangements for selection by reference to high ability will be eligible to be considered for admission to the school. These arrangements require that in order to be eligible for consideration for admission to the school, would-be students must pass an entrance test.
The closing date for Registrations for Testing has now passed (Friday 8 September 12 noon).
To download free Familiarisation Papers from GL Assessment : https://www.gl-assessment.co.uk/products/11plus-series-11-plus-practice-papers/
Further information can be obtained from:
The Admissions Team
Parkstone Grammar School
Tel (01202) 605605 Fax (01202) 605606
Sixth form students are required to have achieved six GCSEs (including Mathematics and English Language) at grades C / 5 or above. Different subjects have more specific requirements. Our Prospectus and Supplementary Booklet will provide further information.
For full details, please visit the Sixth Form section of our website.