John Wallis Academy, The
*IMPORTANT INFORMATION FROM THE JOHN WALLIS CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL FOR SEPTEMBER 2021 APPLICATIONS*
Applications Open: - Please contact school for further information
Applications Close: - Please contact school for further information
Entry Requirements: - Please contact school for further information
How to Apply: - Please contact The John Wallis Church of England school directly. We do not accept applications via KentChoices
Open Event: - Please contact school for further information
Welcome to The John Wallis Academy
The John Wallis Academy has a fully inclusive admissions policy ensuring it is open to all students, whatever their religious denomination or background.
The John Wallis Academy fully complies with the School Admissions Code of Practice and the School Admission Appeals Code of Practice as these apply to maintained schools.
Entry to the Sixth Form will be based on students’ suitability for the courses available and gives priority of places to students already in The John Wallis Academy and to students in the catchment area, subject to their meeting a minimum level of attainment.
For any enquiries please contact the Admissions Office:
T: 01233 662810
What makes us different?
At The John Wallis Academy Sixth Form we offer a curriculum of both academic and vocational courses which
cater for all abilities. Our curriculum is flexible and can be personalised to meet the needs of each student.
We want students to be successful and fully prepared for Higher/Further Education and the world of work.
We ensure that they receive excellent quality teaching, regular support and guidance and that they are
provided with the equipment and facilities which will enhance their performance and achievement. In
return, we ask students to work hard, to be organised and committed to their studies.
During their time in our Sixth Form, students are offered numerous extra-curricular opportunities that
enable them to build a wide and varied portfolio of skills and experience. We have high expectations of all
our Sixth Form students and we encourage them to be as involved as possible in all aspects of Academy life
and to develop independent skills.
Students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) within The John Wallis Sixth Form will be
supported on an individual basis, meeting every student’s needs and providing support as required. Information
will be collated from previous records and any students identified with SEND will be added to our SEND register
to ensure all teaching staff are aware of their needs and provision can be made to ensure they achieve to the
best of their ability.
How to apply
If you want to apply for courses, you will need to contact The John Wallis Church of England Academy directly.
PLEASE SEE OUR WEBSITE FOR FULL GUIDANCE ON HOW TO APPLY FOR SIXTH FORM