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All Admission to the school is organised via the Local Authority. In the first instance parents should contact the Local Authority Admissions Department on 01642 528546 or email email@example.com
The Admission Policy will give priority to applications for admission to a school if that school is oversubscribed, in the following order:
1. Pupils who are in the care of the Local Authority or who were previously looked after but became subject to adoption, child arrangements or special guardianship order.
2. Pupils with a special educational need who have been discussed at the Moderating Panel and been identified as needing a ‘named’ primary or secondary mainstream school.
3. Pupils who have a brother or sister living at the same address and are still at the school when the pupil begins.
4. Pupils resident within the admission zone who have returned a School Admission Form by the due date.
5. Pupils who have social or medical reasons for being admitted to the school which would, should the child did not be admitted, cause him or her to be seriously disadvantaged or put personal safety at risk. In all cases corroboration will be sought from independent sources such as a medical specialist who has had continuing involvement over a period of time, social worker, or other professional. It should be noted that places would not be allocated on the basis of aptitude or ability.
6. Pupils who attend the nursery of the school they wish to attend on a full time basis.
7. Pupils who live closest to the particular school measured ‘as the crow flies’.
If there are more preferences from pupils living in the admission zone that there are places available, priority will be given according to the remaining conditions.
This will give priority to preferences under condition four to pupils with medical and social circumstances, pupils who attend the nursery of the school on a full time basis and then account will taken of distance. Where it is not possible to comply with parent preferences, parents may appeal to an Independent Appeals Panel: