Cecil Jones Academy admission arrangements fall within the current Southend-on-Sea . The LA administers admissions for the new Year 7 intake.
The school’s Planned Admission Number (PAN) is 220 for Year 7 and 200 in each year group in Years 8 – 11.
Details of how to apply are available, on request, from the school. Please contact us if you would like more information.
To visit the Southend-on Sea website for admissions, please click here. If you are planning to choose Cecil Jones Academy as a preference for your child moving from year 6 to 7, then please contact the local authorities cohort transition team if you have any questions.
If the school receives more applications than there are places (oversubscribed) it is the admission criteria that will decide if a place if offered to your child. Make sure you read the admission criteria for Southend-on Sea schools on the following link:
IMPORTANT DATES FOR SEPTEMBER 2019 NEW JOINERS
If you have received an offer of a place at Cecil Jones Academy, part of the Loxford School Trust, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you. I take great pride in the fact that you have entrusted the secondary education of your child to us here at Cecil Jones Academy. The relationship between parents and school is vital in ensuring that your child has the opportunity to explore their talents and are given the chances to achieve their best. Successful transition from Primary to Secondary School is crucial in ensuring that your child gets off to a flying start.
As such there are a number of important dates to note:
During the summer term, our Raising Standards Leaders, SEND and Pastoral Teams visit many of our feeder primary schools to meet students who will be transferring to Cecil Jones Academy in the following September.
A parental information evening is held in early June to enable parents to ask questions and also to meet the Raising Standards Leader, Pastoral Team and other staff who will support the new Year 7 students.
Local Authority Transition Day – Friday 5th July 2019. The students will spend a day with us on Friday 5th July 2019; this allows students to experience life in a secondary school prior to September and helps ensure the transfer is as smooth as possible.
All parents/carers will receive a personalised letter in the summer term with more detailed information.