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Most Surrey children get secondary school place of choice

Surrey continues to provide most children with a secondary school place of their choice.

The news comes as children find out this week which school they have got a place at in September.

  • 83% get their first preference
  • 94% get one of their top three preferences

Linda Kemeny said: “I am delighted that so many Surrey children have got into a secondary school they wanted and this is despite us having to provide 600 more places compared to last year.

“The demand will increase further in the future and over the next three years we are investing almost £330 million to provide the 13,000 extra primary and secondary places the county needs.

“Despite the pressure this increasing demand is putting on our resources I have no doubt we can continue to provide our children with the excellent education they deserve.”

List of 1st, 2nd and 3rd preference offers by school:

School
Surrey 1st Pref Offers
Surrey 2nd Pref Offers
Surrey 3rd Pref Offers
Elmbridge      
Esher Church of England High School
175
24
2
Heathside School
197
6
1
Hinchley Wood School
181
18
3
Rydens Enterprise School & Sixth Form College
147
53
29
Elmbridge Total
700
101
35
       
Epsom and Ewell        
Blenheim High School
153
38
6
Epsom and Ewell High School
63
13
3
Glyn School
207
17
5
Rosebery School
231
5
1
Epsom & Ewell Total
654
73
15
       
Guildford        
Ash Manor School
139
8
0
Christ’s College – Guildford
103
23
3
George Abbot School
274
15
1
Guildford County School
124
24
9
Howard of Effingham School
239
3
0
Kings College for the Arts & Technology
53
8
10
St Peter’s Catholic School
167
5
1
Guildford Total
1099
86
24
       
Mole Valley      
St Andrew’s Catholic Secondary School
130
6
2
The Ashcombe School
214
15
6
The Priory Church of England (VA) School
133
4
9
Therfield School
74
45
16
Mole Valley Total
551
70
33
       
Reigate & Banstead      
Oakwood School
164
29
2
Reigate School
253
5
1
Royal Alexandra and Albert School (Flexi 57/Full 46)
56
4
5
St Bede’s School
268
9
2
The Beacon School
186
30
8
The Warwick School
129
28
17
Reigate & Banstead Total
1056
105
35
       
Runnymede      
Fullbrook School
260
28
5
Jubilee High School
99
14
6
Salesian School Chertsey
197
9
3
The Magna Carta School
216
12
6
Runnymede Total
772
63
20
       
Spelthorne      
St Paul’s Catholic College
58
26
8
Sunbury Manor School
128
22
3
Thamesmead School
156
16
5
The Bishop Wand C of E Secondary School
131
15
2
The Matthew Arnold School
146
9
11
Thomas Knyvett College
114
4
1
Spelthorne Total
733
92
30
       
Surrey Heath      
Collingwood College
229
67
15
Gordon’s School (Day 68/Boarding 32)
77
0
0
Kings International College
68
14
2
Tomlinscote School & Sixth Form College
249
14
4
Surrey Heath Total
623
95
21
       
Tandridge      
de Stafford School
136
2
1
Oxted School
269
13
5
Warlingham School
113
5
2
Tandridge Total
518
20
8
       
Waverley      
All Hallows Catholic School
103
5
0
Broadwater School
82
8
5
Farnham Heath End School
87
6
4
Glebelands School
86
12
1
Rodborough
176
5
0
Weydon School
296
3
0
Woolmer Hill School
62
3
1
Waverley Total
892
42
11
       
Woking        
St John the Baptist Catholic Comp. School
174
0
0
The Bishop David Brown School
97
15
1
The Winston Churchill School
237
52
13
Woking High School
226
12
5
Woking Total
734
79
19
       
Surrey school Total
8332
826
251
Out County school Total*
464
85
28
Total
8796
911
279

Out County refers to children who are Surrey residents but have been offered places outside the county.

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