Lincolnshire Consortium of Grammar Schools Testing for Grammar School Entry September 2024
Deadline for completion was 31st March 2023. We are obliged to accept late registrations but we are unable to assure that these students are accommodated at the main tests on 16 and 23 September 2023 due to the restriction on numbers (they may be allocated a later time or date).
Only one registration per child. In the event of a multi-registration, the latest registration will override any previous details.
Please complete form in sentence case NOT CAPITALS (except for postcode)
1. I WOULD LIKE MY SON TO TAKE PART IN THE TESTING PROCEDURE ADMINISTERED BY THE KING'S SCHOOL, GRANTHAM (2023/24).
2. As you are completing this form electronically your submission will be taken as your signature. You will receive an electronic copy of the responses you provide to the email address given on the form AS ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SAFE RECEIPT. PLEASE ONLY CONTACT THE SCHOOL IF UPON CHECKING, YOU FIND THE INFORMATION YOU HAVE SUBMITTED IS INCORRECT. Before contacting the school, please check your junk e-mail for your copy of your submission. We prefer e-mail contact to email@example.com in the first instance.
3. All Lincolnshire Consortium Grammar schools use the same 11 plus tests. I acknowledge that these tests may only be taken at only ONE school for consideration of a place at any of the schools in the Consortium.
If your son's current primary school does not appear in the box above please enter 'Other' and fill in all boxes below.
For information on entry criteria please see the School's Admissions Policy for entry in 2024.
If your son has any special educational needs including an EHCP or an SEN support plan, please provide any formal reports to support access arrangements for the tests in a separate email addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where relevant King's will contact your primary school to discuss any adjustments that may be required. Please indicate your consent at the bottom of this form.
A 'looked after child' (LAC) is a child who is (a) in the care of a local authority, or (b) being provided with accommodation by a local authority in the exercise of their social services functions (see the definition in Section 22(1) of the Children Act 1989) at the time of making an application to a school.
A child is regarded has having been in state care outside of England if they were in the care of or were accommodated by a public authority, a religious organisation, or any other provider of care whose sole or main purpose is to benefit society.
Previously looked after children (PLAC) are those children who were previously looked after, but immediately after being looked after became subject to an adoption, child arrangements, or special guardianship orders . This includes children who were adopted under the Adoption Act 1976 (see section 12 adoption orders) and children who were adopted under the Adoption and Children’s Act 2002 (see section 46 adoption orders). Child arrangements orders are defined in section 8 of the Children Act 1989, as amended by Section 12 of the Children and Families Act 2014. Child arrangements orders replace residence orders and any residence order in force prior to 22 April 2014 is deemed to be a child arrangements order. Section 14A of the Children Act 1989 defines a ‘special guardianship order’ as an order appointing one or more individuals to be a child’s special guardian (or special guardians).
If you have answered yes to this question, please read the information regarding Pupil Premium below very carefully as evidence needs to be provided by 31st October 2023.
Children eligible for the Pupil Premium are those in Reception to Year 6 who are, or have ever been, entitled to free school meals (excluding Universal Free School Meals in Reception, Y1 and Y2), based on their family income, prior to the closing date for application for a school place; 31st October in the year prior to entry for places in Year 7. See The Admissions Code (2021), Section 1.41.
Parents of children eligible for the Pupil Premium (Y6) at the time of application to the home Local Authority must have indicated that this is the case directly to The King’s School, prior to, or when applying for a place through their home Local Authority to be considered for priority 2.
The King’s School then requires parents to request that their son’s primary school provides verifiable evidence of Pupil Premium eligibility directly to The King’s School no later than 31st October in the year prior to entry for Year 7.
The school reserves the right to withdraw the offer of a place if the offer has been made on the basis of an incorrect, fraudulent or misleading application.
Please read carefully if you have stated that your son's first language is NOT English.
Your son will sit the 11 under standard conditions and not be entitled to any additional support for his language ability if he has been in the UK for 3 years or more or been educated at an International School where some or all of the curriculum is taught in English.