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Admissions Arrangements for the 2023/24 School Year

Purpose of Report: To seek approval for the City of York Council co-ordinated schemes and admission policies for the 2023/24 school year. It also seeks approval of the proposed individual school published admission numbers (PANs) for the academic year beginning in September 2023. The report follows a period of 6 weeks consultation.

The Executive Member will be asked to approve the admission arrangements (admissions policies and published admission numbers) for all schools for whom the local authority is the admissions authority, for entry into school in September 2023.

Decision type: Non-key

Decision status: Decision Made

Wards affected: (All Wards);

Notice of proposed decision first published: 27/09/2021

Decision due: 11/01/22 by Executive Member for Children, Young People and Education

Lead member: Executive Member for Children, Young People and Education

Lead director: Corporate Director of People

Department: Directorate of People

Contact: Barbara Mands, Acting Deputy Head of Service & Policy & Planning Manager Email: barbara.mands@york.gov.uk, Rachelle White, School Admissions Manager Email: rachelle.white@york.gov.uk Email: rachelle.white@york.gov.uk Email: barbara.mands@york.gov.uk.

Consultation process

Consultation process:
The statutory requirement is for a six week consultation 4th October to 14th November

Consultees:
Headteachers and governing bodies of all schools in the City of York area, admissions authorities other than CYC (Voluntary Aided and Academy schools), neighbouring admissions authorities, dioceses of Church of England and Roman Catholic churches. Also any parent/carers of children in the area who respond to consultation documents.

Equality Impact Assessment Completed?: No

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