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admissions - why does the sibling rule not apply if the sibling in in sixth form

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southeastastra Mon 24-Oct-11 18:41:38

this is a bit weird isn't it??

SauvignonBlanche Mon 24-Oct-11 18:43:31

Presumably the six-former is judged to be old enough to find their own way there?

Vajazzler Mon 24-Oct-11 18:46:02

I think it's because 6th form isnt compulsory?

Sevenfoldedbloodybodies Mon 24-Oct-11 18:46:30

because they are not at school?

southeastastra Mon 24-Oct-11 18:47:17

it's ok for lower sixth not upper. just seemed a bit weird to cut off after one year

EdithWeston Mon 24-Oct-11 18:50:22

If it's on an application form you're doing now, the reason will be because only siblings who are in the school in the following September, so year 13 don't count as they will have left. Nor do year 6 for primary school applications.

southeastastra Mon 24-Oct-11 18:51:08

oh yes i get it now! thanks

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