If you have applied for a place at Wye School for September 2014 by the Kent County Council deadline and want your child to be put on the waiting list, please note that you must notify Kent County Council by 19th March 2014.
Appeals must be lodged by 2nd April 2014 and will be heard within 40 school days of this date.
Wye School, which opened in September 2013, is an all-ability, co-educational school serving up to 600 students aged 11 to 19. It has begun with a single Year 7 group and will build its student body a year at a time.
Through a broad and balanced curriculum which draws on the rich local environment and a wide range of exciting extracurricular activities, Wye School seeks to give each student an outstanding education.
As a Free School, it is independent of the local authority and free to attend. It is part of United Learning – a group of over 30 independent schools and academies across the country. It is quickly establishing itself at the heart of the Wye community and is working closely with other local schools and the wider community.
We hope this website answers any questions you may have about Wye School. If you have any other questions, please contact us.