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PostPosted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 7:18 pm 
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yes, it is all of them, apparently. Upside being that results are through in a week and at least it's over and done with - don't know about you, but that final stretch through half term reeeealllllyyy drrrrraaaaggggggged.

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 03, 2010 7:19 pm 
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This link will give information on the proposed secondary transfer timetable for September 2011

http://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/index ... leid=96074

This is still open to public consultation by March 1st 2010



This is from the sticky on the Glos forum


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wow, even less than a week.
seems like the "consultation period" is up now.

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beginning of year 5? Although lots of people don't start til the May beforehand.

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It's been in consultation for some months - have a look back in this forum.

I know that there are some schools, if not all schools, who are not happy with this - getting the exams marked, details shared with the other grammars then letters out to parents within a week means that they will struggle, probably having to hire extra staff for that week. They also fear that there will be a higher chance of errors creeping in.

It's primarily a move to try & get all grammars in England working to the same timetable.

As for affecting individual children - they'll all be in the same boat. The tutors who have a planned programme working up through 2 yeras / 1 year or 6 months to the old date will be surprised.

I wrote to Shire Hall with my views as to the consultation, and I hope all others who'd seen it did as well!

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