Admissions

CRANFORD COMMUNITY COLLEGE YEAR 6 OPEN EVENING IS FROM 6 p.m. - 8p.m.

THE HEADTEACHER'S TALK IS AT 6.45 p.m.    (Repeated at 7.30 p.m.)

 

OPEN DAYS

Come and see the academy in session, operating normally, on Monday 24th September 2018 and Tuesday 25th September 2018. Please book in advance to come and visit us whilst we are 'in session' via the 'Contact Us' tab on this website.

Click here for our OUTSTANDING OFSTED REPORT

 

YEAR 6 SECONDARY TRANSFER APPLICATIONS FOR SEPTEMBER 2019

HOUNSLOW RESIDENTS

Parents/Carers resident in the London Borough of Hounslow who wish to apply for a place in Year 7 at this academy in September 2019 must complete Hounslow's online form, which can be accessed through this link here.

RESIDENTS OF ALL OTHER LOCAL AUTHORITIES

Parents/Carers of students who do NOT reside in the London Borough of Hounslow and wish to apply for a place in Year 7 at this academy in September 2019 are very welcome to apply to Cranford Community College.

Approximately half Cranford's current students come from other local authorities and the other half from Hounslow. Applications are welcome from anyone who wants their children to be educated at Cranford and to be happy and successful here.

All parents/carers of children seeking a place at Cranford must complete the application form available from their home local authority (see links below for examples of online forms from our immediate neighbours).

Parents/Carers can get assistance with the application process at our Open Evening on 20th September 2018 and on our Open Days on Monday 24th and Tuesday 25th September 2018, or by contacting their home local authority.

HILLINGDON RESIDENTS

Hillingdon's secondary transfer webpage can be found here.

EALING RESIDENTS

Residents in Ealing can choose a secondary school in Hounslow and are not limited to 'High Schools' in Ealing.  Cranford for Ealing's 'step by step' guide to making an online application can be found here.

HOUNSLOW RESIDENTS

Hounslow's Secondary webpage can be found here.  

Year 6-7 Transition Guide (booklet) for September 2018

Click here to download the Year 6-7 Transition Guide (booklet) .PDF

How places were offered in Year 7 for 1st September 2018:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Preference

1

2

3

4

5

6

SEN

Total

Applications

217

168

113

102

75

68

 

733

Allocations

163

21

8

7

1

2

8

210

Criteria

LAC

Sibling

Staff

Distance

 

 

SEN

 

Allocations

0

88

0

114

 

 

8

210

*last distance offered – 1.439 miles

The siblings of any student, including post 16 students, have higher priority in the academy's admission policy criteria than those applying on distance alone. Post 16 Enrolment will continue until Monday 1st October 2018.

YEAR 7 WAITING LIST 2018-2019

Cranford Community College is full in Year 7 for 2018-19. The academy is over-subscribed in all year groups and hence the academy operates a waiting list system to ensure fair admissions. 

Those who were on Hounslow Council's waiting list for admission to Cranford Community College on 1st September 2018 will now need to apply directly to the academy in order to gain a place on the academy's waiting list. This is done by completing the 2018-19 in-year application form using the link on the 'Admissions' page of this website.

 

Post 16 Admissions and Enrolment 2018 2019

Enrolment will continue until Monday 1st October 2018.

Please contact the academy using the 'Contact Us' tab on this website > Enquiries > Head of Admissions.

For the minimum academic entry requirements to enrol on Level 3 Courses, please click here

Cranford students (who attended in Year 11 in 2017-18) need to complete an enrolment form, click here

External students need to complete an admissions form, click here and will need to bring proof of their GCSE qualifications and their passport to enrol.

Click here for our OUTSTANDING OFSTED REPORT

 

All Other Admissions (In - Year)

Applications for a place at other times and other year groups can only be made directly to the academy (not via a local authority), using the application forms below.

The Academy Trust of Cranford Community College is the academy's admissions authority and is responsible for admitting students to the academy in accordance with the national Admissions Code of Practice (see link below).

The academy operates a waiting list system to manage over-subscription.

Please see links below for the Academy's Admission Policy for 2018-2019 and for 2019-2020, and its admissions policy consultation for 2020-21.

There are also links to the applications forms for the academic years 2018-2019 and 2019-2020. These applications forms are for all applications other than applications for year 7 (secondary transfer) entry in September each year (see above).

Admissions Arrangements for 2018-2019 & 2019-20

Application Forms for 2018-2019 & 2019-20

(*) If your application for Cranford Community College is unsuccessful, you have the right to appeal to an independent panel.

The timetable for organising and hearing appeals can be found by accessing the link below:

 

Admissions Policy Consultation for 2020-21

Click here for the Draft Admissions Policy 2020-21 (This will be posted on or before Monday 17th September 2018)

Cranford Community College is consulting on its proposed Admissions Policy for 2020-2021.

The consultation is for parents of children aged 2-18, other persons in the area who have an interest in the proposed arrangements, all other admissions authorities within the local area, the local authority and any adjoining neighbouring local authorities. 

The consultation will close on Friday, 4th January 2019.

Any comments can be sent to admissions@cranford.hounslow.sch.uk or to the Head of Admissions, Ms Dhillon, via the 'Contact Us' tab on this website.

 

GDPR notice for applicants (Data Protection Act 2018)

We will only use this data during the admissions process and for keeping records of the process. Processing data from applications allows us to manage the admissions process and to carry out our legal obligations.

If your application is unsuccessful, we will not keep your data beyond what is required in accordance with statutory requirements.

If your application is successful, we will keep your data as required during your time at Cranford Community College.

You are under no statutory obligation to provide us with personal data during the admissions process. However, if you do not provide the information, we may not be able to process your application properly or at all.

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