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Admission Policy 2022/23

Admissions Policy 2022-23

 

Applying for a place in Years 7-11

If your child is already of secondary school age and you wish to apply for a place in Year 7 to Year 11 in the academic year commencing September 2022, please click on the link below to complete the Mid Year Application form.

The earliest you can apply is the half term before you want your child to start, for instance, if you want your child to start in September, you can apply after the May half term break.

Once submitted it will be sent straight to our admissions department.  

  1. You will also need to arrange for your child’s current or previous school  to complete the form entitled Mid Year Application – previous school to complete, link below.  
  2. Please forward to the school a copy of your child’s birth certificate or passport, any visas or settlement letters showing your right to be in the UK and evidence of your home address to [email protected].

Your application cannot be processed until 1 and 2 are completed.

Year 7 September 2023

Applications for September 2023 will open in Septmeber 2022 and information from Essex County Council will be sent to you.  You must apply directly to Essex County Council.  Further information will be published on thier website in due course

Read about the secondary school (year 7) place application process.

The national offer day is 1st March 2023. 

Please find below a copy of our determined admission arrangements for September 2022/23 intake.

Please click here to view the determined admission arrangements for 2023/24.

Priority Admission Area – List of Roads – Philip Morant School and College

Priority Admission Map – Philip Morant School and College

If you are not offered a place for Year 7 and wish to appeal, please see the information on the appeals tab.

 

If your child has been offered a place as a mid year joiner, then the following information that will assist your child settling into our school

 

Year 7 September 2023 intake

Our independent appeal hearings will be held on Thursday 22 June 2023

If you have not been offered a place in Year 7 for September 2023, then please complete the appeals form below and submit, along with any paperwork that you wish to be considered to [email protected]

Master Appeals Form

A guide to school admission appeals

Appeal Information and Notes

 

Mid-Year Appeals (for students in Y7-Y11 commencing September 2022-23)

If you have been refused a place at the school and wish to appeal the decision not to offer your child a place at the school please complete the Appeals Form and read the Appeals Information.

Master Appeals Form

A guide to school admission appeals

Appeal Information and Notes

Prospectus

Click below to see the Philip Morant Prospectus

Applying for the Sixth Form – Sigma Sixth Colchester

The Philip Morant Sixth Form College  ‘Sigma Sixth Colchester’ welcomes over half of its students from local schools and non-Sigma Trust schools. They quickly become important and valued members of our college community. At our sixth form college our young people are valued. We have the highest expectations from all our students, whether that is academic achievement, involvement in the sixth form and care for each other.

Students can study a wide range of subjects at A-level or choose to study from our selection of L3 qualifications, including BTECs. The sixth form has a long tradition of academic excellence with many students securing places at top (Russell Group) universities or apprenticeships in leading companies. 

We are proud to include a Sports Academy which uses the sports facilities at The Northern Gateway Sports Park. Students can choose to study either the Level 3 BTEC National Extended Diploma in Sports Coaching and Development course or access the extra-curricular provision of the academy when studying A-Level PE.

We are a progressive sixth form, with a proven track record of excellent examination results and excellent student care. Life in the sixth form is relaxed yet purposeful. Sigma Sixth will give you the opportunity to take part in a broad range of enrichment activities alongside your main programme of study. Some activities enable you to gain additional qualifications or experiences, whilst others allow you to develop a creative talent or leadership skills. Here at Sigma Sixth we have the highest expectations of our students, nurturing a growth mindset and ‘can do’ attitude.

For more information please click here to visit the Sigma Sixth website or choose one of the buttons below.

Vacancies

If you are interested in applying for a vacancy within The Sigma Trust please view our current vacancies on TES or complete an application form

Completed application forms should be emailed to:
[email protected]

If you would like further details about any of our advertised posts please email the address above.

Governor Vacancies

Philip Morant School and College Local Governance Committee 
The Local Governance Committee (LGC) plays an important role in providing insight into the community , the opportunities and the challenges that a school faces in its local community. A committee consists of a minimum of nine members with at least two elected parents and two staff members, including the Headteacher. 
 
The LGC meetings are held every term with Governors taking on specific areas of responsibility to visit a school regularly and gather feedback across areas of the school such as curriculum, behaviour, safeguarding or safety. The Chairs of LGC meet with the Chair of the Trust and the CEO on a termly basis. 
 
Philip Morant School & College are proudly supported by a dedicated group of volunteer local Governors who operate as a joint LGC. 
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Local Governance Committee, please contact the Clerk to the LGC by email on [email protected]
 
The duties of the LGCs include:
  • Establishing the vision and ethos for the relevant academy ensuring that it fits within and promotes the vision and ethos of the Trust.
  • Safeguarding and promoting the values of the Academy
  • Supporting the Headteacher of the Academy and being a critical friend
  • Monitoring the achievement, quality of teaching and behaviour and safety within the Academy
  • Engagement with the Academy’s key stakeholders e.g. parents/carers, pupils and staff
  • Advising the Trustees about local issues they need to consider that affect the Academy

Click here for more information on the Philip Morant Local Governance Committee and for full details of the governance of The Sigma Trust including The Scheme of Delegation and Articles of Association are available on the Sigma Trust website.

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