Invicta grammar school cutoff

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Invicta grammar school cutoff

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How to find Invicta school’s last year cutoff. ?
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Re: Invicta grammar school cutoff

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No mention of score being a deciding factor anywhere (other than having passed)

Oversubscription Criteria

If the number of preferences for the school is more than the number of places available, places will be allocated to eligible girls in the following priority order:

a) Looked after children and children who were previously looked after but immediately after being looked after became subject to adoption, a child arrangements order, or special guardianship order. A looked after child is a child who is (a) in the care of a local authority, or (b) being provided with accommodation by a local authority in the exercise of their social services functions (see the definition in Section 221(1) of the Children Act 1989), or a child who has been in state care outside of England, as detailed above.

b) Current Family Association – a sister or brother attending Invicta Grammar School at the time the child starts. In this context sister or brother means children who live as sister or brother, in the same house including natural sisters and brothers, adopted siblings, stepsisters or brothers and foster sisters and brothers.

c) Medical, Health and Special Access Reasons – medical, health, and special access reasons will be applied in accordance with the school’s legal obligations, in particular those under the Equality Admissions and Sixth Form Admissions Policy Page 3 of 6 Act 2010. Priority will be given to those students whose mental or physical impairment means they have a demonstrable and significant need to attend Invicta Grammar School. Equally this priority will apply to students whose parents’/carers’, physical or mental health or social needs means there is a demonstrable and significant need for their child to attend Invicta Grammar School. All claims under this criteria must be supported by written evidence from a suitably qualified medical or other practitioner who can demonstrate a special connection between these needs and Invicta Grammar School.

d) Children in receipt of Pupil Premium - A child is eligible for Pupil Premium where they have been registered for free school meals (FSM) at any point in the last 6 years. This does not include girls who have only been eligible to receive Universal Infant Free School Meals. Pupil Premium is also afforded to Children in Local Authority Care or Previously in Local Authority Care, or state care outside of England, however, these children will be prioritised in the relevant criteria above. Parents wishing to apply under this priority must ensure they complete the Supplementary Information Form for Pupil Premium Information available on the school website,, and return it to the school by 31 October in the year of application. Parents must also complete an application (via online or paper Secondary Common Application Form) naming the school, otherwise their child cannot be considered for a place.

e) Children of Permanent Members of Staff – Children of staff who work at the school, full time with at least two years’ continuous employment or where the school Trust considers a member of staff has been recruited for a position for which there is a demonstrable skill shortage.

f) Nearness of children’s home to school – we use the distance between the child’s permanent home address and the school, measured in a straight line using the National Land and Property Gazetteer (NLPG) address point data. Distances are measured from a point defined as within the child’s home to a point defined as within the school as specified by NLPG. The same address point on the school site is used for everybody.

The school uses measurements provided by the Local Authority and further information on how distances are calculated, including what is defined as permanent or main residence, is available in the ‘Admission to Secondary School in Kent’ booklet provided by the KCC. If, in the event, more than one applicant has the same distance from home to school (as measured by the local authority), then a random selection will be applied (in accordance with the KCC definition). In the event that the final place offered from the ranked list falls to a student of a multiple birth, the school will offer a place to each of these children who have met the over-subscription criteria.

With reference to the oversubscription criteria please refer to Appendix 1 of the Kent Admissions booklet regarding residency in Kent

The table in the Kent CC Secondary admissions booklet will tell you how many offers were made for 2022 entry, if that helps (presumably the data for 2023 entry will be in the 2025 booklet).
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