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Admissions Information & procedure Admissions Policy exam and pay the full developmental levy as it is stipulated at the time of return. Pupils who exit and wish ADMISSION POLICY to return after a term need to take a full entrance exam but Admission Policy is the criteria for compliance to secure without having to repay the development levy, as long as admission into the school. a written arrangement has been made with the school. ADMISSION & AGE REQUIREMENTS - Topics list / Scheme of learning with the names of RECEPTION recommended textbooks or any other useful references Pupils seeking admission into reception classes would be given to students as they submit their must have attained the age of 4 byAugust 31st of the year application forms. of admission, Parents must submit the following documents A pupil who wishes to enter reception must take a School Readiness Assessment. Pupils seeking admission into together with a completed admission form: Year 1 to Year 10 must take an entrance exam, which o A photocopy (and original for sighting) of pupil's would be arranged with theAdmission Officer. birth certificate Subjects for examination by Primary Pupils o Aphotocopy of immunisation records Literacy o Evidence of payment of admission form Numeracy (receipt obtained from the school Science bursar) Readiness Tests into Reception classes are conducted in the month of February. ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS AND THE SECONDARY ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS The criteria for admission into secondary school are: Age - The child must be 11 years by August 31st of the year of entry and must have completed Year 6. It is obligatory for all pupils to have completed the English National Curriculum year 6 syllabus to gain entry into the secondary school irrespective of the year they wish to enter. upils found to have contravened this requirement will be requested to withdraw from the school. An ADMISSION form must be collected from the admissions office, completed, and submitted before the entrance exam date. Achieve 65% in the end of session exams. Achieve 65% in the Entrance Exam. Grange School has limited spaces for pupils whom English is a Foreign Language It is to be noted that entry into the Secondary School Phase, for pupils in Grange Primary Phase is not automatic and that all policies, regulations and procedures are to be followed for admission. The Entrance Exam is made up of 70% of the work taught up to and including the year the pupil has completed in school. The School reserves the right to include up to 30% broad General Knowledge questions in any entrance exam. Grange students who exit the School at any point and apply to return in another class must take the full entrance Grange School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The school has four child protection officers in addition to the one in the House.