Hi - this is my first post, so really sorry if this is covered elsewhere, but we live in the Eastern Priority Area for Rugby Grammar Schools and I would really like some advice before getting the results Fri/Sat and before making any assumptions based on what my DD achieves to make sure I give her the right outcome.
The admissions criteria states (after eligibility under items 1 and 2), 3.
50% of remaining places will be allocated to children living in the Eastern Area of Warwickshire (of which we don't) who achieve the AQS or above, then 4.
The residual 50% of places will be allocated to children in the priority circle 10 miles radius of the water tower (in which we do live) who achieve the AQS or above.
However, if for example the AQS is something like 205, is it correct that because we are in eligibility criteria 4, my DD could achieve above this, but still not be offered a place? Any advice on previous scores that have secured places for children who live in the priority circle (criteria 4) rather than the Eastern Area (criteria 3) would be welcome as I know the letter will give previous AQS as a guide, but my thinking is my DD would probably need to achieve something above this to be confident of a place???