The school participates in the Kent County Council Co-ordinated Admission Scheme. All applicants for a place at Ursuline College will need to complete a Secondary Common Application Form.
In addition, Ursuline College’s Supplementary Application Form (SIF) will need to be completed and returned to the Admissions Secretary at Ursuline College.
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For years 8 to 11 please complete the following forms; both should be returned to Ursuline College.
Parents whose applications for places are unsuccessful may appeal to an Independent Appeal Panel, set up in accordance with Section 84 of the School Standards and Framework Act 1998.
Appeals must be made in writing, giving the reasons for the appeal, and sent to the Admissions Appeal Clerk at the school address.
CONSULTATION ON PROPOSED REDUCTION TO PAN
URSULINE COLLEGE, WESTGATE
We are consulting to reduce the published admission number (PAN) for the school from 180 to 150 places from September 2020.
Until 2019, the PAN at Ursuline College was 120. Following discussions with the Local Authority, we agreed to increase the PAN to 180, subject to a substantial Basic Need building project which would allow us to accommodate the additional children. This increase was made in good faith with the expectation that we would have sufficient space to honour a PAN of 180. However, due to circumstances beyond the control of the school and of Local Authority Officers, the planned Basic Need project cannot now come to fruition. A smaller project is now planned and this will allow the school to provide a PAN of 150.
It was only recently confirmed that the original Basic Need project would not be possible, hence the reason for this consultation happening outside of the normal consultation window.
The proposed admission arrangements are attached.
We wish to hear views from stakeholders about this proposal and any responses should be sent to HeadPA@Ursuline.kent.sch.uk
Please note that the consultation runs from Monday 4 March to Monday 15 April 2019.