The date for accepting secondary school places has been extended to Wednesday 22 March 2017. If you have not yet accepted the offer of a place for your child, please confirm you are accepting the offer by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or ringing the School Places and Admissions team on 03000 265896.
Offers of a secondary school place for September 2017 were sent out on 1 March 2017.
Your child should have received one offer of a school place. If he/she could not be offered a place at one of your preferred schools, he/she has been offered a place at the nearest school to your home address that has places available.
If you completed a secondary school application online, you should have received an email with an offer of a school place. If you haven't received an email you should log in to the Parent Portal.
If you completed a paper application you will receive an offer of a school place by letter.
You must accept the offer of a school place within two weeks of the offer being made. You should do this in your Parent Portal account if you applied for a place online, or by return post if you did not apply online.
Make sure you respond to avoid the offer of a school place being withdrawn and the school place being offered to someone else.
To appeal for a place at the school you want your child to attend contact us to speak to an appeals officer.
The closing date to apply for a secondary school place for this September was 31 October 2016. If you have not yet applied, please fill in Secondary school application form 2017 (PDF, 98kb), and return it to the address on the form - you can't apply online.
Our admissions brochure explains everything you need to know about obtaining a place for your child.
Every year we are asked to submit a report to the Schools Adjudicator in order to provide an overview of school admissions in our area. This is our latest report:
When you submit your application for a primary or secondary school place, you give your consent for us to check the address details you have given on your application with council tax and electoral registration records. This is to confirm that you are resident at the property.
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