Entry requirements for sixth form students at Hautlieu School (FOI)
Entry requirements for sixth form students at Hautlieu School (FOI)Produced by the Freedom of Information office
Authored by States of Jersey and published on 21 October 2015.
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The number of places that were made available to sixth form students at Hautlieu School for the years 2014 and 2015.
What contingency was made for higher than expected numbers for both years?
How many students were denied entry to sixth form due to not attaining a C grade in English GCSE?
How many students despite not attaining a C grade at GCSE level for English managed to appeal successfully and attain a place at Hautlieu sixth form?
What is the policy regarding appeals for failures in English?
How is the appeal process for failed English GCSE's communicated?
Hautlieu School has published entry requirements for 16+ applications in their annual prospectus. The most recent publication can be found on the website below. See page five for specific entry criteria.
Places are made available to all applicants who meet the entry criteria.
There is no set number of places made available and the intake varies each year according to the number of students who meet the entry criteria.
The Year 12 intake at the school for the past two years was:
- September 2014 was 257 students
- September 2015 was 279.75 students
The above figures include full time and part time students.
16+ Application on Hautlieu School website
The school offers places to students who meet the entry criteria.
In order to meet this commitment, the school forecasts the likely intake numbers each year from applications received and plans accordingly.
There are several reasons why the entry criteria may not be met.
Students who do not meet the entry criteria do not always contact the school following receipt of results and therefore the school is not able to provide this information.
A total of nine students were admitted to Hautlieu School without grade C in English language in 2014 and 2015.
Data has been combined for both years for the purposes of statistical disclosure control, ie to protect the identity of individuals.
When only small numbers of individuals exist within a group or category, it may be possible for a user to identify somebody that they know within the data set and / or learn something new about them.
E and F
There is not a formal appeals process, but students who have not met the entry criteria are informed on results day and subsequently that the headteacher may consider their application under exceptional circumstances.
This is communicated on an individual basis when a representation is made to the school.