Buckinghamshire allocations 01 March 2023

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kamkam25
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Re: Buckinghamshire allocations 01 March 2023

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Justinterested wrote: Fri Mar 03, 2023 2:44 pm Have I misread anything ? As I understand it a boy living in Gerrards Cross (catchment for DCGS and RGS and John Hampden would not get a Grammar School place in first round ?
Distance to DCGS. 7.44
RGS 9.23
JHS 9.54
What would they be offerred ?
GX is in Bucks so they have to have a “guaranteed” catchment somewhere: I think Chesham is also a catchment for GX and they have taken everyone is catchment this year.
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Re: Buckinghamshire allocations 01 March 2023

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scary mum wrote: Thu Mar 02, 2023 3:04 pm Chesham Grammar allocations
2021:
1st round: distance (ie out of catchment) to 2.453 miles
2nd round: distance to 5.798
3rd round: distance to 3.24
5th round: distance to 2.354

2022:
1st round: distance to 4.267
2nd round: distance to 4.298
3rd round: catchment to 2.727
Hi Scary mum . Can I please have above data for DCGS please? many thanks
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Re: Buckinghamshire allocations 01 March 2023

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I'll dig this out over the next couple of days.
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Re: Buckinghamshire allocations 01 March 2023

Post by Priya1 »

In terms of the next key date being 31 March this is for offers after the 1st round offers have been declined?

Then 2nd round of allocations is 10 April or 12 May

I know waiting lists positions are published on 12 May

Sorry not clear the dates so would be grateful for any clarity

Many thanks and good luck to all those waiting :D
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Re: Buckinghamshire allocations 01 March 2023

Post by scary mum »

If you look on the link I posted above (01 March 11.33) it shows the dates. March 31st is to fill declined places & for people who moved into the area after 31 October, and then the next round is on 12 May.
That is my understanding at least, but it is different this year, so it's slightly confusing. I think previously they just had a second round in April, a third one in May etc.
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Re: Buckinghamshire allocations 01 March 2023

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Great thank you Scary Mum yes I saw the post after I put the question on the forum.

Thanks again
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Re: Buckinghamshire allocations 01 March 2023

Post by Priya1 »

Sorry one thing do the declined places get offered to those on the waiting list?

I'm assuming if we don't hear anything on 31st then assume no change and then wait for next round on 12 May?

Thanks again
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Re: Buckinghamshire allocations 01 March 2023

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Presumably if there are places they will get offered in the usual way to those who have applied for a place & not got one, in accordance with the admissions criteria, including new applicants.
Yes, if you hear nothing the next thing will be may 12th.
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Re: Buckinghamshire allocations 01 March 2023

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Many thanks Scary Mum, much appreciated
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Re: Buckinghamshire allocations 01 March 2023

Post by scary mum »

As promised, previous allocations for Dr Challoner's Grammar School
2021:
01 Mar: in catchment to 7.348 miles
2nd round: in catchment to 7.631
3rd round: in catchment to 0.944
4th round: no information
5th round: in catchment to 7.849
2022:
01 Mar: in catchment to 5.092
2nd round: in catchment to 5.131
3rd round: in catchment to 0.420
2023:
in catchment to 6.072
2 over PAN offered to in catchment boys in receipt of FSM, with a score of 100 or more
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