Any person or body who considers that any maintained school or academy's arrangements are unlawful, or not in compliance with the code or relevant law relating to admissions, can make an objection to the Schools Adjudicator.
Objections must be referred to the adjudicator by May 2020. Further information on how to make an objection can be obtained from the Office of the Schools Adjudicator.
As the office is now closed, all new applications must be emailed to the school admissions team at email@example.com
If you are unable to scan your application, please take a photograph of each page and attach the images to your email. You do not need to complete section 4 of the application form.
If you are a critical / key worker please state this in your email and attach proof of your position. GOV.UK have produced guidance to determine if you are classed as a critical / key worker.
As all schools are now closed, the 20 days timescale for processing will not apply. Applications will be processed as soon as possible.
Should you have any further admissions queries, please email us using the above email address, or contact us on 01225 713010.
2020/2021 how to complete
2019/2020 determined admissions arrangements for voluntary controlled and community schools
2019/2020 determined admissions arrangements for co-ordinated schemes
2020/2021 determined admissions arrangements for voluntary controlled and community schools
2020/2021 determined admissions arrangements for co-ordinated schemes
2021/2022 determined admissions arrangements for voluntary controlled and community schools
2021/2022 determined admissions arrangements for co-ordinated schemes
Wiltshire Council's Relevant Area for Admissions
Any person has the right to refer an objection to the school's adjudicator if they think that the arrangements do not comply with the law or the mandatory requirements of the Schools Admissions Code of Practice. For more information visit the website of the Office of the Schools Adjudicator.