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Admissions and Transition


 

 

The Governing Body of the Academy is responsible for the admission of all pupils.

Pupils will be admitted into the Academy without reference to ability or aptitude. There will be 270 places available in Years 7-11. If the number of applications does not exceed the number of places available, all applicants will be granted a place at the Academy where FAP does not apply.

The admission number for Sixth Form students is 350.

Click here to view our Prospectus.

 

Looking to join us at QKA in Year 7

Joining us at QKA in Year 7 – Transition Information

 

Parents who wish to apply for a state-funded school place, must check that they have a right of abode or that the conditions of their immigration status otherwise permit them to access a state-funded school. 

Parents who are not UK or Irish nationals should check they, and their children, have a right to reside in the UK before applying for a school place in England.

It is not the responsibility of the admission authority or co-ordinated local authority to check.

Full government guidance is available here.

The EU Settlement Scheme gives EU citizens the immigration status they need to continue to live, work and study in the UK. If you are an EU citizen, please ensure you have applied to this scheme to continue living, working and studying in the UK.

Further information is available here.

Settled helps people with their EUSS application and can offer guidance in numerous languages.  If you, or someone you know, needs further guidance please click here.