In Year Casual Admissions
All in year admissions enquiries should be addressed to the Academy. If you wish to apply for a place within the Academy, an application form is available via the downloads above, or from the main reception of the Academy. These forms once completed can either be sent via Royal Mail, scanned and sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org or delivered in person to the main reception, which is manned from 8am to 4.30pm during term time, from 8am to 4pm during school holidays.
As in previous years all students wishing to apply for a place at Strood Academy were required to take a Fair Banding Test which is prescribed by GL Assessment.
All applicants for places in the Academy will be banded according to the principles of fair banding, using the national profile.
Medway operate an equal preference system which means that parents/carers who intend to put Strood Academy down on their preference form either first, second, third, fourth, fifth or sixth choice will need to take the Fair Banding Test, which will determine what banding group their child should be placed in for admission purposes.
Students who have not taken the banding test (apart from children in care and students with an EHC Plan where the Academy is named in the statement who must always be given priority) will be considered after children who have sat the banding test.
You will be notified by Medway Council in term 4 2018 which school your child has been allocated. If you are unhappy with the allocation, you have the right to join a waiting list held by Medway Council, or to appeal to the Academy. Information regarding the Appeal deadlines and dates will be added to the website the nearer the time
Strood Academy Admissions Consultation 2019
The consultation period for the above has now ended and an outcome of the consultation will be published w/c 22 January.