If an admissions authority proposes to change their admission arrangements they must consult on the changes. If there are no proposed changes there is no requirement to consult.
Admissions authorities must consult on their admissions arrangements at least once every 7 years, even if there have been no changes during that period.
Consultation must be for a minimum of 6 weeks and must take place between 1 October and 31 January. Any consultation on admission arrangements will apply for the following school year.
Leeds City Council are the admitting authority for all community and voluntary controlled schools. The Leeds City Council 2017 admission policy was amended following a consultation period in 2015, and the following changes were made:
admissions policy for primary and junior admissions (PDF, 82.5KB) is different to year 7 admissions. The nearest and non-nearest priorities in the
Year 7 admissions policy (PDF, 60KB) have been replaced by catchment areas
- The wording covering priority 1b has been refined in both policies and outlines the priority as: “1b admissions priority is specifically for pupils who have a significant physical disability or complex sensory impairment - e.g. pupils with a visual, hearing, or physical difficulty or those with pragmatics difficulties/autism, who do not have an EHCP and where higher level FFI funding is in place”
It was proposed that no changes were made to the policy for 2018/19 admissions. The policy for 2018/19 admissions to Primary and Secondary schools where Leeds City Council is the admitting authority have been determined and can be found in the
related documents section.
Consultation on School Admission arrangements for 2019/2020
The consultation on School Admission arrangements for 2019/2020 has now finished.
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