School Admissions

Each school has its own admissions policy which must be updated each year and displayed on the school’s website. For voluntary controlled schools the local authority is the admissions body. Voluntary aided and academy schools are their own admissions authority.  They must set, consult on and determine admissions arrangements. This must be done annually. All Church of England voluntary aided and foundation schools must submit their proposed admissions arrangements to the diocese for review before they go out for consultation.

All admissions arrangements are subject to the Department for Education’s School Admissions and School Admissions Appeals Codes, and all governors should be familiar with these documents.

DfE report stating that admission arrangements must be determined annually.

If you have any queries related to admissions, please contact David Williams who will be happy to assist you.

Gloucestershire County Council provide admission advice for governors within the County of Gloucestershire, this guidance can be accessed by clicking on this link.
South Gloucestershire Council provide admission advice for governors within the County of South Gloucestershire, this guidance can be accessed by clicking on this link

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