Community or Voluntary Controlled Schools
The County Council is consulting on a change to the admissions policy approved by Cabinet in February 2020.
The County Council is consulting on removing the statement in the current arrangements in relation to oversubscription at Wolverley CE Secondary School, where currently a maximum of 10% of places can be awarded to children living in the Wyre Forest District Council area whose parents have specifically asked for a place for reasons of religious affiliation.
The County Council also wishes to consult on the reduction of the Published Admission Number (PAN) at a number of its schools and also draw your attention to any Academy, Foundation, Free or Voluntary Aided school that may also be consulting on a PAN reduction. The details on the proposed reductions can be viewed below:
If you wish to comment on the proposal to remove the statement in the current arrangements in relation to oversubscription at Wolverley CE Secondary School, or to the reduction in the PAN at any Community or Voluntary Controlled School, you will find a Consultation Response Form below, all responses must be returned to the address on the form by Friday 4 December 2020:
Academy, Foundation, Free or Voluntary Aided Schools
In the case of an Academy, Foundation, Free or Voluntary Aided school, any parent wishing to comment on the proposed policy should put their comments in writing addressed to the Governing Body/Academy Trust at the school. Parents should contact the school directly for the address and the date by which comments must be made. View the proposed admission arrangements for 2022 to 2023:
Co-ordinated Admission Arrangements
Local Authorities are required, to operate a co-ordinated admissions scheme for the normal admissions round for all schools. Under the scheme, LA’s are required to coordinate with neighbouring authorities, and all admission authorities within their area to ensure that only one offer of a school place is awarded to pupils.
View the proposed schemes for 2022: