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Policy, Procedure and Process for Admissions to schools
The County Council, as a Local Education Authority (the LEA), is responsible for determining the arrangements for admissions to all Community Primary, Secondary and Special Schools and Voluntary Controlled Schools. The LEA will consult annually with school Governing Bodies in relation to admissions.
The Governing Bodies of Voluntary Aided Schools are responsible for determining the arrangements for admissions, and for admissions to all such schools. The LEA will consult and co-operate with the Governing Bodies and the Diocesan Education Authorities in relation to Admissions.
School Admissions for September 2013 – Year 7
The closing date for receipt of applications forms for admission to Year 7 for September 2013 was 29 October 2012. Late applications can be made by completing the form below.
School Admissions for September 2013 – Reception
The closing date for receipt of applications forms for admission to Reception for September 2013 was 3 December 2012. Late applications can be made by completing the form below.
School Admissions for September 2013 – Nursery
Application forms are now available for admission to Nursery in September 2013. Your child is eligible for a place at a nursery class in the September following the child’s 3rd birthday. Nursery schooling is provided on the basis of 5 x 2.5 hour sessions per week. Parents may express a preference for any nursery – however, expressing a preference does not guarantee a place and if the nursery applied for is oversubscribed, places will be allocated in accordance with the oversubscription criteria. Please note admission to a nursery class does not guarantee subsequent admission to the reception class at that school.
An application form can be downloaded below or is available from the Admissions Team on 01352 704068/ 704073.
Completed application forms must be returned by 25 February 2013 to:
Directorate of Lifelong Learning