If you wish to appeal for a place at Featherstone High School, you’ll need to contact Ealing Council. Below are some links to help you:
- Here are the documents you will need
- Here is a link to the council website explaining the process
- Here is the link from gov.uk regarding the Appeals Code
From September 2019, Featherstone High School increased its Published Admission Numbers from 270 to 280. All other year groups will remain unchanged, with the PAN remaining at 280 for all year 7 intakes thereafter.
Pupils can then continue onto our Sixth Form in years 12 and 13; the admissions criteria for the Sixth Form are outlined below.
Applications for admissions are dealt with in the normal round of admissions for a place in year 7 by the London Borough of Ealing under the Coordinated Admissions Scheme. Applications should be made on the common application form; this can be done either on paper or online, by the published closing date. Online applications should be made at www.ealing.gov.uk/admissions and paper applications should be submitted through your child’s primary school.
For all other year groups applications should be made directly to the London Borough of Ealing. The criteria for admission are determined by the Governors, a copy of the schools’ admissions policy is available in our policies section.
Admissions Criteria to the Sixth Form of Featherstone High School
Pupils wishing to be considered for a place in the Sixth Form need to apply to the school directly. All pupils must meet the entry requirements for their chosen course of study as published in the Sixth Form Prospectus. The criteria for admissions can be found in our Admissions Policy.
Pupils must meet the individual subject specific criteria as published in the Sixth Form Prospectus.