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Proposed Admission Arrangements for Primary and Secondary Schools in York for September 2012

Purpose of report: The CYC admissions policies and numbers to be admitted into primary and secondary schools for the 2012-13 school year, for all Community and Voluntary Controlled schools in the LA area. Arrangements must be agreed by the statutory deadline of 15 April 2011 and published by 01 May 2011. Resulting effects to be seen from September 2012.

The Executive Member is asked to: Approve the CYC admissions arrangements for September 2012.

Decision type: Non-key

Decision status: Decision Made

Level of Risk: 01-03 Acceptable;

Decision due: 12/04/11 by Executive Member for Children & Young People's Services

Lead member: Executive Member for Children & Young People's Services

Lead director: Corporate Director of Children, Education and Communities

Department: Directorate of Adults, Children & Education

Contact: Jake Wood, Policy Officer Email: jake.wood@york.gov.uk / Email: tom.chamberlain@york.gov.uk Email: jake.wood@york.gov.uk, Tom Chamberlain, Office Manager, Education Access and Community Transport Team Email: tom.chamberlain@york.gov.uk.

Consultation process

Consultation between 07 January and 04 March 2011 in line with School Admissions Code of Practice. Arrangements have also been before the Local Admissions Forum who have recommended approval.


Headteachers and governing bodies of all schools in the City of York area, admissions authorities other than CYC (Voluntary Aided schools), neighbouring admissions authorities, dioceses of Church of England and Roman Catholic churches.

Making Representations: By email to the report author Tom Chamberlain 01904 554239


Agenda items


  • Committee Report for Proposed admission arrangements for primary and secondary schools in York for September 2012  


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