Consultation on school admission arrangements for 2022/23 entry
If a school is oversubscribed, places are allocated in accordance with the school's published admission criteria (also known as admission policies or admission arrangements).
The admission authority for a school or academy must set admission arrangements annually.
Where changes are proposed for 2022/23 entry schools and academies are required by law to consult on their proposed admission arrangements for a minimum six week period between 1 October 2020 and 31 January 2021. They must also consult every seven years if there have been no changes in the past seven years.
This consultation period allows parents, other schools, religious authorities and the local community to raise any concerns about the proposed admission arrangements.
How to comment on proposed admission arrangements
If you would like to comment on the proposed admission arrangements, you should send your written response to the admission authority for the school by end of the consultation period.
For community schools in Wandsworth, the admission authority is Wandsworth Council. For foundation schools, free schools, voluntary aided schools and academies the admission authority is the school governing body/academy trust and comments should be sent c/o the Clerk of Governors at the school/academy unless otherwise indicated.
We are currently consulting exceptionally outside of these timescales to vary the existing admission arrangements for Ernest Bevin College. If, following consultation, we wish to proceed with the changes, it will apply to the Office of the Schools Adjudicator to formally vary the admission arrangements. Please see the full consultation document below for further details:
- Ernest Bevin College (consultation closes 19 July 2021)