Provided a valid application for a school place has been made, parents have a right to appeal against a decision not to offer their child a place at the school for Year 7. In order to make a valid application to Wilson’s School, parents must name Wilson’s School on their home Local Authority’s Common Application Form.
In order to allow an appeal, the appeals panel would need to be satisfied that there is evidence to demonstrate that your child is of the required academic standard (for example, he has passed the entrance examinations), and:
Please read the Independent Appeals Clerk’s Guidance for Parents about the Appeals Process.
The deadline to lodge the Appeal From for admission appeals for September 2021 entry has now passed (it was 31 March 2021).
If you have any queries about the appeals process, please contact a member of the Admissions Team on 020 8773 2931 or email email@example.com.
Deadline to lodge any additional supporting documents
Appellants are asked to lodge all supporting evidence with their Appeal Form. However, any supplementary information that is not available by the deadline to lodge the Appeal Form must be submitted at least 10 days before the hearing date. Please note that the school’s admission criteria is based on academic ability and therefore evidence of non-academic or extra-curricular achievements (e.g. sports, music, attendance and behaviour awards) are not relevant and should not be included.
Notice of the appeal hearing date
The Clerk to the Admission Appeals Panel will write to you giving you the date and time that your appeal hearing will be held. You will receive at least 10 school days’ notice of the allocated appeal hearing date.
Appeal hearing dates
Appeals are likely to be heard during May but will be no later than mid-June.
Letters will be sent within five school days of the hearing wherever possible. The decision of the independent Admission Appeals Panel is binding on you and the School.
A boys’ grammar school in the London Borough of Sutton (UK), Wilson’s School is: