The Royal Latin School is a selective grammar and an Academy, therefore pupils must satisfy the academic criteria for entry (please ask the County's Admissions and Transport Team for further details Tel: 01296 383250). Pupils join us in Year 7 after taking the 11+ selection tests administered by Buckinghamshire County Council. However, pupils may be considered for places at any age from Year 7 upwards.
For Admissions during the 2012/13 and 2013/14 academic years any appeals will be managed, on behalf of the school, by Buckinghamshire County Council , Legal and Democratic Services team and if parents are resident in Buckinghamshire and refused a place they will be given full details about how they can appeal by the Admissions and Transport Team of Buckinghamshire County Council. Residents of other boroughs should also approach the Buckinghamshire Admissions and Transport Team for appeal information.
Those parents who wish to transfer their children to the Royal Latin School during Year 7 or later (eg. because the family is moving into the district) need to contact the Admissions and Transport Team, County Hall, Aylesbury HP20 1UZ on 01296 383250, and ask for the Late Admissions Department.
Formal application for a place to join at Years 7 and 8 must be made to the Local Authority.
For entries at Years 9, 10 and 11: To download an application form please click here. This late transfer application form should then be completed and addressed to Mrs L Moffat, Senior Teaching Assistant at the school. A separate information pack detailing the range of GCSE subjects is available from the school.
Late transfer FAQs
We hold an open evening in the Autumn Term. We also welcome visits from parents and their children at other times. If you would like to look around whilst the school is in session, please telephone the office 01280 813065 to make an appointment.
Admission Limit: 174
The Royal Latin School does not organise any home to school transport. This is arranged directly with Bucks County Council. There may be a charge which will depend upon the age of the student and the distance they live from the school.
All details can be obtained from:
Amey Client Transport: 01296 387439www.buckscc.gov.uk/bcc/schools/transport.page
All pupils who use transport arranged by the Local Authority will be issued with a bus pass, which must be shown on all journeys to and from school. A small passport-sized photograph will be needed for this purpose. In the event of a pupil being involved in inappropriate behaviour on a school bus, the authority has the right to remove the bus pass for a period of time, which may be temporary or permanent, depending on the nature of the incident(s). In such a case the parent(s) may be liable to provide alternative transport to and from school.