269 places are offered to children aged 11 by 1st September in the year of entry
The closing date for applications for secondary places is 31st October 2017. Offer day is the 1st March 2018.
Lyndon School adopts the Solihull Admissions Policy, which can be
Please contact the admissions department at Solihull MBC Education Department on 0121 704 6693 as soon as possible.
If you would like to apply online for a place in Year 7 you should apply to your home council. Contact School Admissions if you miss the closing date.
If you would like to apply for a place to start at any time other than the normal point of intake you can find a form on the Solihull Council website or you can telephone them on 0121 704 6693 for a form.
Students enter the school via the Lyndon School Admissions Policy which is completely in line with the Local Authority Admissions Policy. The school admits students with already identified special educational needs and disabilities, as well as identifying and providing for those not previously identified as having SEND.
Hearing Impaired students are fully supported and integrated within school learning and life. They are on the school roll and assigned to tutor groups. They are included within mainstream school for academic, social and extra curricular activities.
If you have not been offered a place at your preferred school(s) you have the right of appeal against the decision not to allocate your child a place. Accepting the place you have been offered does not affect your right of appeal. Appeals are heard by an independent panel.
The timetable for hearing admission appeals is as follows:
||Closing Date for Receipt of Your Written Appeal
||Your Appeal Will Be Heard By
|Secondary places for children starting in September 2018
||29 March 2018
||15 June 2018
|Change of school (application at any time other than normal intake)
||20 school days after your outcome letter
||30 school days after your appeal form has been received.
|Appeals received after the closing date will be heard within the schedule, if possible. However, if the form is received in late June the appeal may not be heard until after the school summer holidays. Appeals are not heard during the school holidays.
You will receive 10 school days’ notice of the time and date of the appeal hearing. This can be waived if all parties agree. We will send you a statement a week before your appeal hearing, explaining why your child has not been offered a place and why the school is unable to admit another pupil.
Any additional documentation you wish to submit in support of your appeal must be sent to the Appeal Clerk within 3 days of the appeal hearing. Failure to comply may result in your appeal hearing being adjourned.