We value applications for admission to our school and we are always proud to offer prospective parents a tour of our excellent facilities which also gives the opportunity to meet both students and staff.
Parents and carers should note that applications must be made in accordance with the co-ordinated admission scheme operated by the childs home Local Authority. For children resident in Essex this is published by Essex County Council in the Secondary Education in Essex booklet.
Mid-year applications should be made to the school using the Application Form provided by Essex County Council which can be collected or mailed to you if you contact the main office.
For more information contact us:
Cornelius Vermuyden School
Telephone: 01268 685011 Fax: 01268 510290
APPEAL PROCEDURE FOR ENTRY IN SEPTEMBER 2021
Please be aware of the following arrangements for this summer's appeals process for parents wishing to appeal the decision not to offer their Year 6 child a place for entry to the Cornelius Vermuyden School in September 2021.
An appeal form should be requested, completed and returned to the school. This can be obtained from the school by telephoning on 01268 685011 or by emailing email@example.com
The deadline for receipt of completed admission appeal forms and supporting documentation is is Friday 26th March 2021. (This is the latest date to lodge a written appeal against a refusal of a place if you want an appeal to be heard before the end of the summer term. Appeal documentation received after 28th March may not be heard before the end of the summer term).
Appeals will be heard by an Independent Appeals Panel on on 28th and 29th April, and 5th and 6th May 2021
APPEAL PROCEDURE FOR MID-YEAR ADMISSIONS
If you wish to appeal against a decision not to offer your child a place you must complete an appeal form. This can be obtained from the school by telephoning on 01268 685011 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Cornelius Vermuyden are an official member of NACE (National association of Able Children in England).
Not only does this partnership support our development of our highest achieving pupils, it supports the development of every pupil in the school. We are committed to ensuring that a high level of challenge exists in the classroom in every lesson and to help potential convert to success and happiness for our pupils. We are firm believers that "rising tides lift all ships" and that if all students have a daily diet of challenging experiences at school and beyond, then this will help support their educational and personal development as learners and as people. Yet, as our 2016 GCSE results showed, those who come to us classed as more able achieve incredible results – for example, Callum Cuthbert leaving the school with 11 A* grades is an achievement that is not just well above the national average in terms of progress and achievement, but one that should be celebrated in terms of the school's work with its high achieving pupils.
However, here at Cornelius Vermuyden, we promote the ethos that all children must be given access to a positive mindset in terms of their learning. The message is clear; all young people are capable of reaching any goal they set their mind to if they are challenged and show a positive attitude to self - improvement . Cornelius Vermuyden places challenge and the importance of a 'growth mindset' at the heart of its teaching and learning vision for our pupils and our association with NACE is supporting this commitment to all pupils at the school.