Admissions Policy Consultation questions - September 2022

The authority would like to / has responded by postal mail to this request.

Dear Wycombe High School,
Please provide the following information regarding your proposal to allocate a number of priority admissions to disadvantaged year 7 pupils.

1. Copies of reports, the meeting of minutes and any other evidence used by WHS that justify and/or provide reasons for the proposed policy change.
2. Copies of any evidence from the test provider supporting this change.
3. copy me on the details and outcomes of the Impact Assessment that you have carried out, under the Equalities legislation, to assess the impact of your proposals on
non-selective secondary schools in High Wycombe'.

Yours faithfully,

Derek Berry

Office, Wycombe High School

Good afternoon

Thank you for your e-mail, dated Tuesday 15 December 2020, the contents of which have been noted. We will respond within twenty working days.

Kind regards

Kate Killinger  EA to the Headteacher
Wycombe High School Academies Trust: a Company Limited by Guarantee | Registered in England
Company Number 07597324 | Registered Office: Marlow Road | High Wycombe | Buckinghamshire | HP11 1TB
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Dear Office,

Please let me know the date that you intend to answer the Freedom of information Request. It is important that this information is received prior to the end date of the WHS disadvantaged pupil admission consultation.

Yours sincerely,

Derek Berry

Office, Wycombe High School

Thank you for your email.  Please note that following instruction from the
UK Government, Wycombe High School is working remotely from Tuesday 5
January 2021 until further notice.  
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