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Admissions

Admissions Policy 2017-18

This will be consulted on at www.devon.gov.uk/admissionarrangements between 15th November 2016 and 15th January 2017.

For appeals at the normal round of admissions appeals will be heard within 40 school days of the deadline for lodging appeals. Where the application was not made in time for a decision to be made, appeals will be heard within that 40 day period or, if that is not possible, within 30 days of the appeal being lodged.

For in-year admissions in any academic year, appeals must be heard within 30 school days of the appeal being lodged.

Admissions Policy 2018 - 19

This will be consulted on at www.devon.gov.uk/admissionarrangements between November 2017 and January 2018.

Please note that wording was added to policies in June 2014 to make provision for the phasing out of Statements of Special Educational Needs, to be replaced by Education, Health and Care Plans under the Children and Families Act 2014 and to remove a limitation to eligibility as children formerly in Care to only those adopted after 31 December 2005.

Wording was amended in February 2015 to reflect the change from residency orders to child arrangements orders.

If you would like further information, please contact the School Office on 01598 740343 or Devon’s Admissions Service on 0345 155 1019  or go to: 

Admissions information
www.devon.gov.uk/admissions

Devon’s admissions policies
www.devon.gov.uk/admissionarrangements

Online applications in Devon
www.devon.gov.uk/admissionsonline

More on the appeals timetable
www.devon.gov.uk/admissionappeals

We understand that choosing a school is a very big decision so if you are interested in your child joining us, either in our main intake into Reception or at any other time, please do telephone us to make an appointment to visit our school.

Devon County Council is responsible for our admissions policy because we are a community school. The policy is reviewed every year in the Council’s annual consultation in December and January. This welcomes the views of our local community.

If we can make a place available to you then we will. If not, you would have the right to appeal to a panel that is independent of the school and Devon and we would place your child’s name on a waiting list for vacancies.                                  

If we have a vacancy then all children are welcome to join us. If we are oversubscribed, we still welcome all children but give priority to particular groups: children who are looked after by the local authority, children with an exceptional need to come to our school, children who live in our catchment, children with siblings already here and children who live closer to us. These oversubscription criteria are only used when we are oversubscribed. For full details of our admission arrangements, please look at Devon’s co-ordinated admissions schemes as they constitute our policy.

We take part in the co-ordinated admissions schemes of Devon County Council which help parents to make applications for admission to school. Parents can apply through Devon for in-year admissions and through the local authority where the child lives for the normal round of admissions.

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