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 Post subject: Moving into Langley
PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2018 10:43 am 
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Hi All,

MY DD scored 111 and we thinking of moving int Langley. Is it mandatory that we need to move with 31st october?

What if we move within mar 2018. Will they consider this for within catchment?.

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 Post subject: Re: Moving into Langley
PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2018 11:21 am 
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joe wrote:
Hi All,

MY DD scored 111 and we thinking of moving int Langley. Is it mandatory that we need to move with 31st october?

What if we move within mar 2018. Will they consider this for within catchment?.

Thanks


All that waiting until after March 1st will achieve is possibly moving up the waiting list, if your DC isn’t initially allocated a place from where you live currently.

You need to read the school's admissions policy very carefully, with regard to address used for first round allocation of places, as to whether movement from OOC will be allowed as a change in the address used and if so, by what date.

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 Post subject: Re: Moving into Langley
PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2018 12:54 pm 
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joe wrote:
Hi All,

MY DD scored 111 and we thinking of moving int Langley. Is it mandatory that we need to move with 31st october?

What if we move within mar 2018. Will they consider this for within catchment?.

Thanks


I think you may be too late?
This is from their 2019 admissions policy:

Applicants must be resident at that address on the closing date for the Common Application Form on 31st October 2018 and have been continuously resident at the same address since 1st May 2018, ie six months prior to the closing date for the Common Application Form. The school may check the authenticity of the address stated; proof of residence or further information may be requested and must be provided.

Their oversubscription policy is detailed on their website


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 Post subject: Re: Moving into Langley
PostPosted: Wed Oct 17, 2018 12:58 pm 
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joe wrote:
Hi All,

MY DD scored 111 and we thinking of moving int Langley. Is it mandatory that we need to move with 31st october?

What if we move within mar 2018. Will they consider this for within catchment?.

Thanks


If you move before after that, you may be considered for the 2nd round (I'm not sure?) but it's a popular school so very much doubt there will be places left.


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