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Admission of pupils to county and voluntary schools.

Department of Education and Science

Admission of pupils to county and voluntary schools.

by Department of Education and Science

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Published by The Department in London .
Written in English


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SeriesCircular / Great Britain. Department of Education and Science -- no.11/88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14188952M

Junior schools for pupils aged seven to 11; All through primary schools for pupils aged four to 11; Secondary schools for pupils aged 11 to 16 (some secondary schools have sixth forms for 16 to 18 year olds) All through schools for pupils aged four to 16; School status. Academies - set up by sponsors from business, faith or voluntary groups. LIST OF SCHOOL LOG BOOKS AND ADMISSION REGISTERS Abbreviations: C.V. - Controlled Voluntary PLACE NAME OF SCHOOL LOG BOOKS ADMISSION REGISTERS ABERBEEG Aberbeeg Infants’ Board/Council School Aberbeeg Mixed School (J.M.I. from ) Ty’r Graig Junior School Ebbw Vale County (Grammar)/Senior Comp School Ebbw Vale Technical School File Size: KB.

  Councils are required to set out the appeals timetable for the next round of admissions in September for all community and voluntary controlled schools in the : Anita Merritt. Controlled School in Worcestershire, must be forwarded to School Admissions. All applications with a first preference for 'In Year' transfers into an Academy, Foundation, Free or Voluntary Aided School in Worcestershire or a school in another Local Authority must be forwarded to the individual schools.

Academies, voluntary aided and foundation schools are responsible for their own admissions and they make this decision for applications made to their school. On allocation day 16 April – find out which school you've been allocated. Service name Purpose More information; Google analytics (_utma/b/c/z) These are used to compile reports for us on how people use this site. Cookies of the same names are also used for the same purpose by other websites such as Building Futures, Countryside Management Service and Hertfordshire LIS. Visit the Google Analytics website for more information about the cookies they use.


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Admission of pupils to county and voluntary schools by Department of Education and Science Download PDF EPUB FB2

Panels and Admission Forum in relation to the admission of pupils to school. Carmarthenshire LA, and not the school, is the Admission Authority for all maintained and Voluntary Controlled schools in Carmarthenshire.

For Voluntary Aided schools the Governing Body acts as an admission authority. 3) Pupils who have an elder brother or sister in attendance at the school (or, in the case of an infant school, the affiliated junior school) and who will still be attending the school (or affiliated junior school) at the time of the proposed admission date.

The governing Body of a Voluntary Aided school is directly responsible for controlling the school’s admission process. All Voluntary Aided Schools have to admit up to their admission number. Should the number of applications for admission exceed the number of places available, allocation will be made according to the over subscription.

Voluntary Aided Schools for allocations to be considered. Further applications to be forwarded ASAP. 1st February Information received from neighbouring LAs of pupils, who have nominated a school in Worcestershire. 1st February Information supplied to neighbouring LAs concerning any Worcestershire children nominating an out-county school.

As at January there were 61 schools in Pembrokeshire serving Full-time and Part-time Primary pupils, and Secondary age pupils. Pembrokeshire County Council is the Admission Authority for community and voluntary controlled schools in Pembrokeshire and the Admissions and Planning Places Unit deals with all schools’ admissions.

SCHOOL LOG BOOKS AND ADMISSION REGISTERS School List of pupils, Evacuees admission register, 38M85/BC/F1 89A13 Andover: Grammar School and Park View County Infant School in Log books, Admission registers, M87File Size: KB.

Voluntary Aided Schools Voluntary Aided Schools are maintained jointly by Conwy County Borough Council and either the Church in Wales or the Roman Catholic Church.

(a) Church in Wales Schools Ysgol Bodafon, Ysgol San Sior, Ysgol Y Plas The Governing Body of the respective school is the Admissions Authority for these Size: KB.

Browse by county, school and register type. To search by pupil or teacher names use the complementary National School Admission Registers & Log-Books records.

Below we have listed all the schools by county, available in this collection. The National School Admission Registers & Log-books records are the result of a landmark project between schools, record offices and archives in England and Wales.

Never before have so many organisations come together to create a digital version of their records. Log Books kept by the head teacher which can include details such staff and pupil absence, visitors and so on with occasional mention of individual pupils.

UK School Records History. School Records are as old as schools themselves but the majority of records, log books and admission registers date from Victorian times, the latter half of the.

Pupils admitted following appeal to community and voluntary controlled schools will have their admission confirmed by the Local Authority (this is because the Admitting Authority. − Suffolk County Council’s admissions oversubscription criteria for community and voluntary controlled schools 11 School details − School nurseries 13 Primary (including infant and junior) schools 65 Middle schools 65 Nursery school 66 Children’s centres 68 Special schools 69 Pupil File Size: KB.

Below is the current number of pupils in each class. Please note that there may be admission applications already underway for some classes so please contact the school office if you are interested in moving your child to our school.

Year R: 30 pupils. Year 1: 30 pupils. Year 2: 30 pupils. Year 3: 30 pupils. Year 4: 30 pupils. Year 5. We co-ordinate applications to the school and determine the admissions arrangements. Voluntary aided schools are set up by voluntary bodies such as churches or foundations.

We co-ordinate applications to the school but the school determines the admissions arrangements. Foundation schools have more freedom than community schools to change the. The Local Authority has a statutory power to direct the admission of a pupil to a maintained school (i.e.

community, voluntary, or foundation). There are differing premises requirements for children of different ages: these are laid out in the relevant regulations. Admissions to Community and Voluntary Controlled Schools are administered by the School Admissions Section.

The Headteacher of the school involved is not in a position to offer your child a place; In the case of a first preference for a Community or Voluntary Controlled School, you should forward this form ontoFile Size: KB.

Applying for a School place - School Year /21 (Children born 1/09/ – 31/08/) Applications have to be made to Suffolk County Council, which is the admission authority, by midnight 15th January and a letter will be posted by the admissions department at Suffolk County Council on 16th April with the offer of a school place.

Admission to Voluntary Aided Schools is determined by the Governing Body of the individual school. You should contact the school directly for information in relation to admissions, policies and appeals for that school.

Details of these schools and links to their admissions policies can be found at. start at your school; leave your school; New starters. Please let us know as soon as possible when you have been notified by the child's parent or carer and within 5 days of registering new pupils (at the latest within 5 days of the deadline supplied by admissions in the admissions letter).

Report changes to school admission register Child leaving. The government is proposing to lift a cap of 50% on the proportion of pupils selected by faith in free schools and academies. Voluntary-aided faith schools can select up to % of pupils Author: Daniel Boffey.

Discover your ancestors who went to school in England and Wales between and in the National school admission registers & log-books Explore their school records to find their birth date, admission year and the school they attended.All schools have a designated area from which children will have priority for admission.

This is called the ‘catchment area’. For a full list of the roads in our catchment area and our current admission policy, please contact us. Parents may however register children for admission at any school of their choice.ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE ADMISSION OF PUPILS TO COUNTY BOROUGH AND VOLUNTARY CONTROLLED SCHOOLS Admission criteria The admission of children to schools is controlled and administered by an ‘Admissions Authority’.

In the case of county borough and voluntary controlled schools, this is recognised as Torfaen County Borough Council (Local Authority.