The school is a State Co-educational Selective Grammar School. The school is an Academy Trust School and therefore responsible for setting its own admission arrangements and, in common with state schools throughout the country, the school is part of a Co-ordinated Local Admission scheme.
Associated school policies
Admission Arrangements 2015 for Consultation
Admission Arrangements 2014
Admission Arrangements 2013
Admission Arrangements 2012
BACKGROUND FOR ADMISSION
All school preferences expressed by parents must be given equal consideration.
Although there are minor variations in practice across the country, each Local Authority Area shares the following common features:
- A single Common Application Form (CAF) covers application to all state secondary schools
- Parents can express at least 3 school preferences
- A child will receive only one offer of a school place
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTRY TO COLYTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Colyton Grammar School is a Selective Co-educational Academy, responsible for its testing arrangements and admission criteria.
Any applicant achieving an eligible score on each test (Verbal Reasoning, Mathematics and English) is automatically considered for entry. There may be more children with eligible scores than places available.
Applicants achieving eligible scores will be ranked on the basis of performance in the entrance tests and places allocated by Devon Local Authority (LA). Those who have a statement of special needs naming the school and with an eligible score will be allocated a place.
The School has a published admission number of 120 students in Year 7.
For all other children, where there is a tie for the last available place due to the applicants having identical scores, then the following priority order will be used as a tie-breaker:
- Looked After Children and previously Looked After Children
- Proximity to the school as measured by a straight line from the main school entrance to the house address of the applicant using Google Earth©
Definition - Children in Care
Children who are looked after, or provided with accommodation in the exercise of its function, by Devon Local Authority or any other Local Authority which has informed Devon of its wish to place a child.