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Mascalls is an 11-18 fully comprehensive day school with a large Sixth Form. It has a maximum annual intake of 240 boys and girls. Courses of study are provided according to individual needs for the GCSE examination and at GCE A Level, A/S Level and GNVQ (Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced) leading to admission to Universities, including Oxbridge or specialist professional training.
Students are admitted in accordance with the Governing Body’s publicised Admissions Procedure. Details and dates for the procedure are published annually.
Mascalls is normally the nearest appropriate school for pupils of all abilities living in Brenchley, Matfield, Capel, Five Oak Green, East Peckham, Horsmonden, Lamberhurst, Yalding and Paddock Wood.
To apply for a place in September 2017 you can apply from 1 September 2016. Please use the KCC website.
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Waiting List and Appeals at Mascalls Academy
Once offers have been made by KCC, a waiting list will be maintained by Mascalls Academy and places are offered if they become available as per our oversubscription criteria. For those wishing to make an appeal for a place, further details will be provided according to the KCC timetable for admissions.
If your child is due to start secondary school in September 2017 you can appeal between 1 March and 29 March 2017 to guarantee that your appeal will be heard by 15 June 2017. For applications made in the normal admission round, appeals must be heard within 40 school days of the deadline for lodging appeals. For late applications, appeals should be heard within 40 schools days from the deadline for lodging appeals where possible, or within 30 schools days of the appeals being lodged.
The school leaders have demonstrated their strong capacity to bring about sustained improvement through effective self-evaluation processes and this has been acknowledged by parents, carers and students. One parent referred to the school as a ‘shining light amongst local schools’.
Through engaging with businesses and further education college partners, the school is developing personalised pathways for vocational courses and apprenticeships, which are greatly valued by students.
Students overwhelmingly say that they feel safe in school and that any bullying, name-calling or teasing is immediately dealt with.