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Admission Process for Years 7 to 11

Park High is an Academy with admissions determined by Harrow Council. To apply for a place via Harrow Council please click here.

Appeals Process

Parents can choose to appeal against the decision of the Academy Trust not to offer their child a place at the school. Harrow Council administer any admissions appeals on behalf of the Academy Trust. To appeal against the decision not to offer their child a place, parents must complete the appeal forms that are available on the Harrow Council website (www.harrow.gov.uk/schooladmissions) or from the Harrow Council Admissions Team (020 8901 2620). To be considered in the first round of appeals, the notice of appeal must be received by the Council by their specified date.

The appeal will be heard by an independent appeals panel constituted and operated in accordance with the School Admissions Appeals Code. Parents will receive written notification of the date and time of their appeal hearing, which they can attend to explain their case. If they wish, parents may be accompanied by an adviser or friend. Following the appeal, the Clerk to the appeals panel will write to parents with the decision.

Please see our admissions arrangements below for more information. 

Admission Process for the Sixth Form

All our post 16 admissions are made directly through the school. Go to our Sixth Form section to find out more.

For more information

Look at the documents below and also contact Harrow Council.