School Admissions

Admission arrangements for 2018/19

The Trust has now determined the admission arrangements for 2018/19. Please note that if you are applying under oversubscription criterion 2 – 'children who are eligible for the Pupil Premium', the separate Supplementary Information Form (SIF) must be returned with your application form to your local authority at the time of application.

The following documents are now available:

Admission arrangements 2018/2019

Supplementary Information Form 2018/19

Anyone wishing to object to the School’s Adjudicator regarding these admission arrangements must do so before 15 May 2017.  Details of how to object can be found on the Office of the School's Adjudicator website at this link

www.education.gov.uk/schoolsadjudicator

Please do not hesitate to contact the Office Manager at the school if you have any queries regarding admissions.

Tel: 0118 966 8065

Email: MERoffice@maidenerleghschool.co.uk

Admission arrangements for 2017/18

The Trust has now determined the admission arrangements for 2017/18. Please note that if you are applying under oversubscription criterion 2 – 'children who are eligible for the Pupil Premium', the separate Supplementary Information Form (SIF) must be returned with your application form to your local authority at the time of application.

The following documents are now available:

Admission arrangements 2017/18

Supplementary Information Form 2017/18

Anyone wishing to object to the School’s Adjudicator regarding these admission arrangements must do so before 15 May 2016.  Details of how to object can be found on the Office of the School's Adjudicator website at this link

www.education.gov.uk/schoolsadjudicator

Admission appeals

Maiden Erlegh Trust has commissioned Reading Borough Council to carry out admission appeals for Maiden Erlegh School in Reading on its behalf.  The deadline for submitting secondary appeals is 29 March 2017.   See website for further details.

http://www.reading.gov.uk/schoolappeals

Contact details are:

Clerk to the Appeal Panel

Committee Services

Reading Borough Council

Civic Offices

Bridge Street

Reading

RG1 2LU

The following document is the Reading Borough Council's Schools Admission Appeals Guide for Parents

If a parent/legal guardian wishes to complain about an appeal panel, they should read this factsheet-

Academy independent admission appeal complaints factsheet

For admissions to Years 7-8, parents residing in Reading Borough should apply to Reading Borough Council. Parents residing in any other local authority should apply through their home local authority who will forward the application to Reading.

Further details relating to school admissions can be found on the Reading Borough website.

Website: http://www.reading.gov.uk/inyearadmissions

Please do not hesitate to contact the Office Manager at the school if you have any queries regarding admissions.

Tel: 0118 966 8065

Email: MERoffice@maidenerleghschool.co.uk

Admission arrangements for 2016/17

The Admission arrangements for 2016/17 are available to download. Please note that if you are applying under oversubscription criterion 2 – 'children who are eligible for the Pupil Premium', the separate Supplementary Information Form (SIF) must be returned with your application form to your local authority at the time of application.

Admission arrangements 2016/17

Supplementary Information Form 2016/17

Admission appeals

Maiden Erlegh Trust has commissioned Reading Borough Council to carry out admission appeals for Maiden Erlegh School in Reading on its behalf.  The deadline for submitting secondary appeals is 14 April 2016.   See website for further details.

http://www.reading.gov.uk/schoolappeals

Contact details are:

Clerk to the Appeal Panel

Committee Services

Reading Borough Council

Civic Offices

Bridge Street

Reading

RG1 2LU

If a parent/legal guardian wishes to complain about an appeal panel, they should read this factsheet-

Academy independent admission appeal complaints factsheet

For admissions to Years 7-8, parents residing in Reading Borough should apply to Reading Borough Council. Parents residing in any other local authority should apply through their home local authority who will forward the application to Reading.

Further details relating to school admissions can be found on the Reading Borough website.

Website: http://www.reading.gov.uk/inyearadmissions

Please do not hesitate to contact the Office Manager at the school if you have any queries regarding admissions.

Tel: 0118 966 8065

Email: MERoffice@maidenerleghschool.co.uk

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