TWGGS is a highly successful selective grammar school for girls from Year 7 to Upper Sixth, with entry at Year 7, In-Year and for Sixth Form.
The School’s Admission Criteria for entry for the Academic Year 2021-2022 is available to download below. Please note these arrangements changed significantly from September 2020 onwards in how we prioritise applications on distance from previous years:
All applications for Year 7 for September admission to TWGGS are made as detailed in the Local Authority Co-ordinated Admissions Scheme and administered by Kent County Council. Please follow the link to the KCC Secondary admissions booklet where you will also find the Secondary Common Application Form (SCAF). When completing the SCAF you will need to note the LA number: 886 and the school DFE number: 4043.
KCC Secondary Admissions Booklet
All Year 7 applications to the school must be made on this form and submitted to the Local Authority (not the school). In addition, TWGGS requires a Supplementary Information Form (SIF) to be completed if an application is being made for a Pupil Premium place. N.B. this is only required from applicants who are eligible for and wish to apply for a Pupil Premium place. Please be aware the SIF alone does not constitute an application.
For entry to Year 7, all applicants must complete their Local Authority Secondary Common Application Form (SCAF).
TWGGS Supplementary Information form (SIF)
Any parent who has been refused a place for their daughter at Tunbridge Wells Girls’ Grammar School has a right to appeal against this decision, in accordance with section 2 of the School Admission Appeals Code. This appeal will be heard within 30 school days of the refusal of a place (upon confirmation of examination results); parents will be notified of the date, time and venue of the appeal 10 school days prior to the appeal, and of the outcome of the appeal within 5 working days of the appeal being heard.
Admissions Appeals Procedure for Year 7 entry in September 2021
Tunbridge Wells Girls’ Grammar School will admit students into the appropriate academic year upon entry to the school. Pupils will not change academic year once they have joined unless there is extenuating medical evidence which would require this. Evidence would need to be provided by a suitability qualified professional and indicate that the pupil remaining in their current academic year group would have a serious and measurable impact on the health of that individual.
Headteacher Linda Wybar
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