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PostPosted: Sat Apr 27, 2019 8:41 pm 
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Here are the 2019 anonymised results if anybody is interested.

http://www.cchs.co.uk/wp-content/upload ... esults.pdf


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PostPosted: Sat Apr 27, 2019 9:24 pm 
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This is really interesting.

I am glad they brought in the 12.5 mile catchment otherwise there would be so few local girls attending the school. The top end is dominated by occ girls.

Next year a new class will be added taking the PAN from 150 to 180. This is the new allocation of places order:

1.The applicant is a looked after child or previously looked after child who has achieved a score within the top or middle bands as advised in the CCHS Entrance Test result letter posted to parents in October in the year of testing, irrespective of where they permanently live.

2. Of the next 144, places will be allocated as follows:

(a) up to 30 places will be made available to applicants in receipt of pupil premium, who have achieved a score within the top or middle bands as advised in the CCHS Entrance Test result letter posted to parents in October in the year of testing and live at a permanent home address within the 12.5 mile priority area of the school. The offer of a place is conditional upon the applicant being continuously resident within the priority area (at their permanent home address) between 1st September of Year 6 and the start of Year 7 at CCHS.

b) the remaining places (of the 144) will be allocated to applicants living at a permanent home address within the 12.5 mile priority area of the school. The offer of a place is conditional upon the applicant being continuously resident within the priority area (at their permanent home address) between 1st September of Year 6 and the start of Year 7 at CCHS.

3. All remaining places (up to 36) will be allocated in descending score order from the Ranked List of Applicants irrespective of where they permanently live until all 180 places are filled.

http://www.cchs.co.uk/wp-content/upload ... -Entry.pdf


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 28, 2019 9:50 am 
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Blitz wrote:
This is really interesting.

I am glad they brought in the 12.5 mile catchment otherwise there would be so few local girls attending the school. The top end is dominated by occ girls.

Next year a new class will be added taking the PAN from 150 to 180. This is the new allocation of places order:

1.The applicant is a looked after child or previously looked after child who has achieved a score within the top or middle bands as advised in the CCHS Entrance Test result letter posted to parents in October in the year of testing, irrespective of where they permanently live.

2. Of the next 144, places will be allocated as follows:

(a) up to 30 places will be made available to applicants in receipt of pupil premium, who have achieved a score within the top or middle bands as advised in the CCHS Entrance Test result letter posted to parents in October in the year of testing and live at a permanent home address within the 12.5 mile priority area of the school. The offer of a place is conditional upon the applicant being continuously resident within the priority area (at their permanent home address) between 1st September of Year 6 and the start of Year 7 at CCHS.

b) the remaining places (of the 144) will be allocated to applicants living at a permanent home address within the 12.5 mile priority area of the school. The offer of a place is conditional upon the applicant being continuously resident within the priority area (at their permanent home address) between 1st September of Year 6 and the start of Year 7 at CCHS.

3. All remaining places (up to 36) will be allocated in descending score order from the Ranked List of Applicants irrespective of where they permanently live until all 180 places are filled.

http://www.cchs.co.uk/wp-content/upload ... -Entry.pdf


That’s frustrating as my DD3 would have got a place under the 2(a) category if this had been the same this year. Never mind she has her place at Colchester and will do well there anyway.


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