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Consultation on school admission arrangements 2020-2021
Redbridge has undertaken a consultation on issues relating to school admissions, in order for the existing arrangements to be reviewed and updated.
Anyone with an interest in education, such as parents, community groups or schools could comment on the proposals.
The arrangements upon which consultation took place are as follows:
- Including a criterion to give priority to children of school staff, up to one child per class, in school sixth forms.
- Giving the second highest priority to previously Looked After children from outside of England and Wales.
- Changing the oversubscription criterion relating to siblings in primary schools to withdraw this criterion if the address has changed after the child on roll was offered their place, and the distance in now greater than one mile from the school.
- Removing the wording in section 1.7 of the admission arrangements which is covered in other sections of the arrangements.
- Reducing the published admission numbers from 120 to 90 at Cleveland Road Primary School and Mayespark Primary School.
View a copy of the consultation documents:
- Admission Arrangements for 2020-21 (PDF 165 KB)
- Co-Ordinated Primary Admissions Scheme 2020-21 (PDF 194.25 KB)
- Co-Ordinated Secondary Admissions Scheme 2020-21 (PDF 156.32 KB)
- Consultation Summary Document 2020-2021 (PDF 74.93 KB)
- Fair Access Protocol 2020-2021 (PDF 196 KB)
- Complete the school admissions arrangements survey
Any observations were welcomed and comments could have been made through the online consultation or sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org under the title “Response to Admissions Consultation 2020/21” please.
The deadline for comment was Friday 16 November 2018.
Any observations will be considered by the Authority's Cabinet at its meeting on Tuesday 12 February 2019 before it decides the final admission arrangements.
Please note that Redbridge schools that are responsible for their own admissions may also be consulting on admissions for their own schools if they propose any changes to their arrangements or have not consulted in the last 7 years. This includes all voluntary aided faith schools, foundation schools and academies, including free schools. Schools can only change their arrangements if they consult, so without consultation they must remain unchanged.