This may be old news to many, but I've just noticed that the result of the consultation has now been published. From the Nonsuch web site:
Nonsuch High School for Girls recently consulted widely in the local community and further afield on our admission arrangements. In total, we received 5 responses.
The Governors of the School recently considered the representations from all parties concerned and ratified the proposed changes.
The finalised Admissions Policy can now be viewed on the website. In summary, the main changes:
• introduce a single second stage test common to both Nonsuch High School for Girls and Wallington High School for Girls;
• clarify how a candidate’s (for a place in the Sixth Form) Average Point Score (APS) will be calculated when some grades in August 2017 are alphabetic and some numeric;
• outline slight changes to qualifications criteria for study at sixth form level.
With reference to Other Special Circumstances (paragraph 12) we have, following consultation, made no changes to the policy.
The changes to admissions apply for entry to the School in September 2017.
So, the combined Nonsuch/Wallington Girls 2nd Stage Test will be in effect this coming October.