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Annual consultation for North East Lincolnshire’s school admission arrangements for the academic year 2022-2023

3:10 pm, Monday, 16th November 2020 - 3 years ago

General

Choosing a school for your child is one the most important decisions a parent or carer can make.

North East Lincolnshire Council is consulting on the proposed school admission arrangements for the 2022-2023 school year for admission into:

  • Reception year at all primary and infant schools and academies;
  • Year 3 in all junior schools and academies; and
  • Year 7 in all secondary schools and academies

North East Lincolnshire Council is not proposing to make any changes to the admission arrangements for community and voluntary controlled schools, and those academies who follow this policy.

Some academies and academy trusts are proposing to make some changes to their current admission arrangements.

For those academies that have asked us to consult on their behalf, their proposed documentation will be placed on our website as and when received.

Any comments regarding these proposed changes should be made directly to the respective academy by 31 January 2021.

If you have any comments on the proposed arrangements please forward them in writing by 31 January 2021 by e-mail to [email protected].

Copies of the proposed school admission arrangements for 2022-2023 that require consultation will be available to view at: www.nelincs.gov.uk/schools-and-education/school-admissions.

North East Lincolnshire Council will publish all the determined school admission arrangements and individual school/academy policies for 2022-2023 on the Council’s website after 28 February 2021.

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