Formed as Chestnut Grove School in 1986, Chestnut Grove Academy is a partially-selective secondary school in Balham, London. The school has academy status and was the first Arts College in the UK. Previous Ofsted reports have rated the school as ‘outstanding’. The school prides itself on being a vibrant place to learn, where students feel part of a community that promotes social responsibility.
Registration Closing Date: September (year before entry)
Common Application Form (CAF) Closing Date: October
Exam Date: September
Exam Board Type: GL Assessment
Results Date: October
Allocations Date: March
Appeals Hearings: June, July
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Before registering for a place at Chestnut Grove, students and parents are encouraged to visit the school during one of its Open Events, which are held throughout the academic year. For more information about these events, parents should contact the school’s Admissions Officer on 020 8772 2512, or at email@example.com.
All applicants to Chestnut Grove Academy need to take the Wandsworth Test (in addition to any aptitude tests) before completing the Common Application Form. This is to provide the school with an indication of each student’s current ability.
In order to apply to take the Wandsworth Test, parents should register their child via the Wandsworth Admissions website.
For more information on choosing a secondary school in Wandsworth, the local authority has a very useful booklet full of information about the admissions process for each school.
There are approximately 180 Year 7 places available at Chestnut Grove, with 120 places allocated to students who perform well in the Wandsworth Test. In cases where there are more applicants to the school than there are available places, Chestnut Grove uses the following oversubscription criteria to determine allocation, giving priority to:
Every applicant to Chestnut Grove is required to take the Wandsworth Test – even those who are applying for a specialist place. The test is prepared by the exam board GL Assessment and consists of:
Students are given a short practice session before each test and there will be a break between the two papers. Both papers are presented on a pre-printed answer sheet, in multiple-choice format.
Papers are marked electronically and are age-standardised. Based on their test score, students are placed in one of five bands to determine the top performing students. Test results are emailed to parents in October.
More information on the Wandsworth Year 6 Test is provided on the local authority website.
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The information provided about the Wandsworth Year 6 Test was believed to be correct at the time of publishing. However, please be aware of future changes. We advise you to contact the school directly if you are unsure of anything. Contact details are provided within individual school posts.
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