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meeting         COUNTY COUNCIL


date            3 April 2003                              agenda item number



REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF EDUCATION

School Admission Arrangements for 2004/05

Purpose of Report

1.        To determine admission arrangements and over-subscription criteria
          for all Nottinghamshire community and voluntary controlled schools for
          the academic year 2004/05.

Information and Advice
Background

2.        The LEA is the admissions authority for community and voluntary
          controlled schools, and is therefore responsible for determining the
          admissions arrangements. It must annually consult governing bodies,
          other admissions authorities in Nottinghamshire and neighbouring
          LEAs as to whether these arrangements are satisfactory before any
          variations are made.

3.        Consultation for admissions in 2004/05 must take place before 1 March
          2003 and the County Council must determine the arrangements by 15
          April 2003.

4.        All governing bodies were circulated with a copy of the proposed
          admission arrangements during the autumn term 2002. Responses
          were invited to the proposals and a deadline date of 20 December
          2002 was given. Due to the enactment of the Education Act 2002, no
          changes to the admissions arrangements were proposed for 2004/05.
          Under the Education Act 2002, significant changes to admissions
          arrangements must be made for 2005/06.

5.        In the past, a number of head teachers have raised the issue of the
          timing of the admissions rounds. It was, therefore, decided to consult
          infant and junior schools on the possibility of changing the timing of the
          Year 3 infant to junior/primary school admissions rounds from the early
          part of the autumn term to the early part of the spring term.

6.        The Nottinghamshire Schools Admissions Forum met on 15 November
          2002. Members were circulated with copies of the proposed admission


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      arrangements and timings for the admission rounds and comments
      were made at the meeting. These comments are discussed later in this
      report.

7.    Following detailed measurements of all schools over a period of time
      determined by the Department for Education and Skills (DfES), all
      schools signed off an agreement of their net capacities during the
      autumn term 2002. This, in turn, produced a range of values for the
      minimum and maximum numbers of pupils to be accommodated in
      each school. By applying a formula provided by the DfES, an
      admission number was produced, and all schools were circulated with
      a copy of the proposed admission number for their school during the
      spring term 2003. Comments on the proposals were invited by 1 March
      2003.

Admission arrangements

8.    No changes were proposed to the general admission arrangements for
      2004/05. One comment was received from a secondary school
      regarding the priority given to pupils attending linked primary schools. It
      was suggested that exceptional arrangements should be made for
      such pupils. As this issue was not highlighted in the paper sent to all
      schools, it is not possible to gauge the support amongst other schools.
      The LEA consulted widely in 2000 over the proposal to adopt a
      countywide policy of placing home address as a higher criterion for
      admission to secondary schools than attendance at a linked school.
      This has now been in place since the 2001/02 admission year. Should
      parents of children attending a linked primary school be unsuccessful
      in gaining a place at the secondary school, they have the right of
      appeal to an independent appeals panel.

9.    The proposed admission criteria for 2004/05 are included in the copy of
      the report considered by governors at their autumn term meetings,
      attached as Appendix 1 to this report. A member of the Schools
      Admissions Forum made one comment, which he had raised during the
      previous admissions round. The issue raised concerned the Year 3
      admission criteria at community junior/primary schools, which give
      children attending a linked infant school greater priority than those
      children living in the catchment area. The Forum accepted the need to
      retain the current priority order, which ensures continuity for children in
      linked infant and junior/primary schools. Forum members were mindful,
      however, of the need to assess the impact of this policy. Under
      regulations, which came into force on 20 January 2003, the Admissions
      Forum now has a statutory responsibility to monitor such issues.

Timing of the infant to junior/primary school admissions round

10.   A number of head teachers raised the issue that, particularly in the
      case of infant to junior/primary school admissions, the timing of the
      admissions round placed administrative difficulties on the junior/primary
      schools involved. These included preparing and publishing school
      prospectuses and collating comparative performance data. In
      consulting all infant and junior/primary schools, the LEA pointed out
      that infant schools may experience some difficulties in the spring term


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      as they will also be involved in administering admissions to the
      reception year. Members of the Schools Admissions Forum supported
      the view that a move to the spring term would provide more time for
      junior and primary schools to prepare more meaningful and informative
      prospectuses for parents. For those primary schools which admit
      children to both reception year and year 3, it would also enable them to
      produce a prospectus at the same time as other primary schools which
      admit only to reception year.

11.   19 responses were received, of which ten supported the proposal to
      move the admissions round to the spring term. Nine responses, all
      from infant schools, however, outlined difficulties anticipated in
      managing a large number of administrative tasks at the start of the
      spring term. The scale of these difficulties would be reduced if the
      admissions round were to be deferred until later in the spring term. The
      proposed timelines are attached as Appendix 2.

Admission numbers

12.   The Education Act 2002 abolishes the Standard Number for each
      school with effect from August 2004. An admission number based on
      the net capacity calculation of the school has replaced the Standard
      Number. Following the net capacity calculation for each school being
      agreed between the LEA and the school, each school received details
      of:

            its existing Standard Number;
            its existing admission number (which may be the same as its
             Standard Number);
            the admission number generated through the DfES formula;
            the admission number recommended by the LEA.

13.   A school’s admission number can be greater than, or smaller than, the
      number generated by the DfES formula. If the number is greater, the
      LEA must be mindful of the potential accommodation implications. If
      the number is smaller, then a notice must be published in local
      newspapers advertising to parents their right to object to the school
      adjudicator. Legally the notice must be placed within 14 days of the
      County Council determining the admission arrangements and over-
      subscription criteria proposed in this report.

14.   The admission numbers initially recommended by the LEA took into
      account matters such as infant class size legislation, linked infant and
      junior school admission numbers and class organisation. The outcome
      of the consultation process has resulted in both the LEA recommended
      number and the number recommended by governing bodies being re-
      entered into the DfES formula. This has produced revised numbers for
      some schools. In some cases, the LEA has been unable to agree to
      the admission number proposed by a governing body because it falls
      outside the range set by the DfES formula. To do so could create
      unnecessary ‘surplus’ places or unnecessary overcrowding.

15.   The proposed revised admission numbers are set out in Appendix 3.
      In a small number of cases, it has been necessary to suggest a


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      number below the DfES number. This is mainly due to infant class size
      legislation. In all but two schools, the difference is less than 10. In the
      two schools where the difference is greater than 10, both are junior
      schools. It is suggested that, for these schools, the admission numbers
      should be in line with their linked infant schools. If it is agreed to
      propose an admission number less than that generated by the DfES
      formula, a notice will have to be published in local newspapers
      outlining the right of parents to object to the school adjudicator. The
      schools affected are highlighted in Appendix 3 with an asterisk *.

16.   In some cases, a number higher than the DfES number is suggested.
      This is because the LEA is aware of building work underway or
      planned, at the school and which will be completed by September
      2004. This will increase the net capacity and, therefore, will increase
      the admission number. The schools affected are indicated with the
      letter “A”.

17.   In some cases, schools have suggested a higher number than that
      indicated by the DfES formula. To agree to these numbers could result
      in an inefficient use of LEA resources. In 2004, the LEA’s admission
      arrangements will protect parents who live in the catchment area of
      such schools, and who state the school as their first preference before
      the closing date, by guaranteeing a place at the school for their
      children. It is suggested, therefore, that the highest number possible
      under the DfES formula be set as the admission number in these
      schools. The schools affected are indicated with the letter “B”.

18.   The Gedling School intends removing some of its accommodation
      before September 2004. As the net capacity calculations are based on
      current buildings, the LEA suggested number appears lower than the
      DfES number, although by September 2004 it is likely that the two will
      be in line. Two other schools are likely to remove some of their
      accommodation before September 2004. This explains why the LEA’s
      suggested number is lower than that indicated by the DfES formula.
      The schools affected are indicated with a double asterisk **.

19.   Portland Comprehensive School has requested an increase in its
      admission number from that suggested by the DfES. 173 has been
      suggested by the DfES as the number which is at the top of its range.
      To increase this further would create the potential for surplus places in
      the Bassetlaw area at a time when the PFI building programme is
      being planned. It is suggested that Portland’s admission number is set
      at 173 for 2004/05, pending the building of its new school, due to open
      in 2006.

20.   A fire seriously affected The Wheldon School in December 2002. It is
      not possible, therefore, to relate the net capacity calculations of the old
      school to a possible new school. An assessment of the school’s likely
      capacity has had to be made and, following this, it is suggested that
      180 be agreed as the admission number, pending the detailed planning
      of the new school.

21.   In some cases, schools have recently been amalgamated, or are in the
      process of being amalgamated. In September 2004, the available


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      accommodation at the new school may not necessarily equal the
      combined total of the infant and junior schools involved. The suggested
      admission number, therefore, reflects the anticipated number expected
      to be accommodated in the school from September 2004 onwards and
      is the number published during consultation on the amalgamations.
      The schools affected are indicated with the letter “C”.

22.   Lantern Lane Primary School is currently being built under a PFI
      scheme in East Leake. The suggested admission number is 40, which
      is the number used as the basis for the design of the 280 place school.

23.   A small number of primary schools listed in Appendix 3 admit pupils at
      reception and also at Year 3 from linked infant schools. Such schools
      have two separate admission numbers.

Statutory and Policy Implications
24.   This report has been compiled after consideration of implications in
      respect of finance, equal opportunities, personnel, Crime and Disorder
      and those using the service. Where such implications are material,
      they have been described in the text of the report. Members’ attention
      is however drawn to the following:-

Equal Opportunities Implications

25.   It is accepted that all children have a right to access education. The
      admission to a school is an important part of ensuring that right is taken
      up. By publishing clear over-subscription criteria and admission
      arrangements, the LEA is ensuring that equal opportunities are
      provided for all children.

Implications for Service Users

26.   There are a large number of parents and carers who will submit
      applications for school places in 2004/05. Schools are involved in the
      administration of admissions. The implications are discussed in
      paragraphs 8 – 11 of the report.


RECOMMENDATION
27.   That:-

      (1)      the general admission arrangements for 2004/05, as attached
               as Appendix 1, be agreed;

      (2)      the timing of the infant to junior/primary school admissions
               round, as attached as Appendix 2, be agreed;

      (3)      the admission numbers for community and voluntary controlled
               schools, as attached as Appendix 3, be agreed.




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PAM TULLEY
Director of Education




Head of Legal Services’ Comments (JF)
28.     The legal position is as set out in the report. Approval for admission
        arrangements for schools is a matter reserved to full Council to decide.

County Treasurer’s Comments (PWH)
29.     None.

Background Papers Available for Inspection
None.

Electoral Division(s) Affected
Nottinghamshire


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Appendix 1


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                         ADMISSION ARRANGEMENTS
                       COMMUNITY AND VOLUNTARY
                             CONTROLLED SCHOOLS
                                         2004/2005

SUMMARY

The purpose of this report is to initiate the annual consultation between
governors and the LEA regarding admissions arrangements for the school
year 2004/2005. No changes are proposed. Any comments by the governing
body or a committee are requested by 20 December 2002.

ACTION FOR GOVERNORS

    To consider the LEA’s admissions arrangements for Community and
     Voluntary Controlled schools, and to respond if considered appropriate.

    To ensure that the admissions criteria are included in the school
     prospectus.

    To implement the County Council’s policies on first admissions to schools
     and nurseries.

NB. The DfES require LEAs to complete a net-capacity assessment for all
schools. In some cases, the outcome of this assessment will result in a
suggested change in the school’s admission number. Where this situation
arises, governors must make arrangements for the full governing body to
discuss the issue and agree the admission limit with the LEA before 1 March
2003.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

1.      The LEA is the admissions authority for community and voluntary
        controlled schools, and is therefore responsible for determining the
        arrangements. It must annually consult governing bodies and other
        admissions authorities in Nottinghamshire and neighbouring LEAs, as
        to whether these arrangements are satisfactory and before any
        variations are made.

2.      In voluntary aided and foundation schools, the governing body is the
        admissions authority and it must also consult the LEA and other local
        admissions authorities in accordance with statutory regulations.

 INFORMATION FOR GOVERNORS : AUTUMN TERM 2002
3.   Admissions Arrangements for 2003/2004 in Community and
     Voluntary Controlled Schools

As admission arrangements for 2003/2004 have already been determined and
      published, these are for information rather than consultation.



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     i)     The LEA operates a system based on home address within the
            school catchment area to determine first priority for the
            admission of five year olds to infant and primary schools. For
            the 2003/2004 admission year, children will be guaranteed a
            place at their catchment area school providing that they live in
            the catchment area when applying, their application is received
            by the closing date, and the school is named as a first
            preference. In some Voluntary Controlled Schools, with large
            ‘catchment areas’ shared with other schools, the guarantee may
            not apply.

     ii)    At infant to junior/primary transfer, the guarantee of a place will
            apply to children who attend the linked infant school, providing
            the parent applies by the closing date and names the linked
            junior/primary school as their first preference.

     iii)   For admissions to secondary schools, priority will be given on
            the basis of home address within the catchment area. Children
            will be guaranteed a place at their catchment area school
            providing that they are resident in that area when applying, their
            application is received by the closing date, and the school is
            named as a first preference.

     iv)    NB: Parents of pupils who live in the catchment area but who
            apply late for the school, or for whom the school is the second
            preference, are not guaranteed a place at the catchment area
            school. Parents moving into the catchment area after the
            closing date will not be guaranteed a place, unless there is no
            other school with a place available within reasonable walking
            distance.

     v)     All preferences must be expressed in priority order and will be
            considered on this basis.

     vi)    Distance measurements, if required to determine priority for
            admission, will be taken in a straight line from the entrance from
            the child’s home to the nearest recognised main entrance to the
            school building.

4.   Proposed admission arrangements for 2004/2005

     It is not proposed to make any changes to the general admission
     arrangements for 2004/2005. The proposed admission criteria are
     included as appendix 1 to this report.

5.   Governing bodies of voluntary controlled schools need to agree the
     position of the criterion reflecting particular religious affiliation – (for
     insertion as criterion 3 or below).

6.   Information about admission criteria must be published in each
     school’s prospectus. Schools must check that the correct wording is
     used as difficulties have occurred in previous years with incorrect
     admission criteria being published, leading to too many pupils being
     admitted.


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7.      First admissions to schools

Admission to main school should be at the beginning of the term, (term dates,
defined by the secretary of state for admissions purposes, are 1 Sept – 31
Dec; 1 Jan – 31 March; 1 Apr – 31 Aug) in which the child attains his or her
fifth birthday (strictly speaking, the beginning of the term prior to compulsory
school age). Parents may defer taking up the place until the child is of
compulsory school age if this falls in the same school year. Children should
not be admitted to nursery classes before the beginning of the term after their
third birthday (strictly the dates pertaining to eligibility for nursery grant
funding).

    INFORMATION FOR GOVERNORS : AUTUMN TERM 2002
        Schools with early years groups should admit children to early years
        groups on a sessional half day basis and should not do so before the
        beginning of the term after they are four (strictly the dates pertaining to
        eligibility for nursery grant funding).

8.      If you have any comments, please return them to the local education
        officer for your area by 20 December 2002.


EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES

The LEA’s admission arrangements and criteria are designed to ensure that
there is a transparent and equitable system across the county.

LEA CONTACT POINTS

Local Education Officers at the North (01623 433433) and South (0115
8546110) Bases. For queries about first admissions please contact John
Thorn, Early Years and Partnership Officer at County Hall (0115 977 3751).

    INFORMATION FOR GOVERNORS : AUTUMN TERM 2002

COMMUNITY INFANT AND PRIMARY SCHOOLS                              –   STANDARD
RECEPTION YEAR ADMISSION CRITERIA: 2004/2005

In the event of over-subscription, the following criteria will be applied, in
priority order, to determine which applications will be granted:

1.      Children who live in the catchment area and who, at the time of
        admission, will
        have a brother or sister attending the school or linked junior/primary
        school.

2.      Other children who live in the catchment area.

3.      Children who live outside the catchment area and who, at the time of
        admission, will
        have a brother or sister attending the school or the linked junior/primary
        school.



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4.     Other children who live outside the catchment area.

In the event of over-subscription within any criterion, preference will normally
be given to children who live nearest to the school as the crow flies.
Distances are measured from the entrance to the child’s home to the principle
entrance to the main administrative building of the school. The exception to
this is that all children who fall into criterion 1 or 2, by the closing date for
application, will be guaranteed a place at the school providing the school is
listed as the first preference and the application is received by the closing
date for the normal year of entry to the school.

Special Circumstances

Consideration will be given to children in public care and to applicants who
can establish particular medical, Special Educational Needs or social grounds
relating to their child. Supporting written evidence from a doctor, social worker
or other relevant professional must be provided at the time of application. The
definition of Special Educational Needs relates to a learning difficulty which
calls for special educational provision to be made for the child. Special
consideration will be given to children whose mobility support needs require
that they access the specialist accommodation provided by a school in a
designated “through route” family of schools. Each case will be determined
on its merits.

Special circumstances may take precedence over any of the numbered
criteria above. The allocation of any such places will be determined by the
Local Education Officer, in consultation with the Head Teacher.
Admissions to year groups other than the intake year

Applications for admission to other year groups will normally be considered in
relating to the published admission limit which applied when the year group
was first admitted to the school, although infant class size restrictions will also
need to be considered. If places are available within the year group,
applications will be considered in accordance with the above admission
criteria. If places are available, the child will normally be admitted to the
school.

Further guidance on the way in which applications are dealt with including
 Preferences for more than one school
 Late applications
 The way waiting lists are maintained and used can be found in
   Nottinghamshire County Council’s “Admissions to Schools” booklet
   2004/2005.

COMMUNITY JUNIOR SCHOOLS AND PRIMARY SCHOOLS ADMITTING
YEAR 3 CHILDREN FROM A LINKED INFANT SCHOOL – STANDARD
YEAR 3 ADMISSION CRITERIA: 2004/2005

In the event of over-subscription, the following criteria will be applied, in
priority order, to determine which applications will be granted:

1.     Children who attend the linked infant school and who, at the time of
       admission, will have a brother or sister at the school or the linked infant
       school.


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2.     Other children who attend the linked infant school.

3.     Children who live inside the catchment area who do not attend the
       linked infant school but who, at the time of admission, will have a
       brother or sister attending the school or the linked infant school.

4.     Other children who live in the catchment area and do not attend the
       linked infant school.

5.     Children who live outside the catchment area and who do not attend
       the linked infant school but who, at the time of admission, will have a
       brother or sister attending the school or the linked infant school.

6.     Other children who live outside the catchment area and who do not
       attend the linked infant school.

In the event of over-subscription within any criterion, preference will normally
be given to children who live nearest to the school as the crow flies.
Distances are measured from the entrance to the child’s home to the nearest
recognised main entrance of the school building. The exception to this is that
all children who fall into criterion 1 or 2, by the closing date for application, will
be guaranteed a place at the school providing the school is listed as the first
preference and the application is received by the closing date for the normal
year of entry to the school.

Special Circumstances

Consideration will be given to children in public care and to applicants who
can establish particular medical, Special Educational Needs or social grounds
relating to their child. Supporting written evidence from a doctor, social worker
or other relevant professional must be provided at the time of application. The
definition of Special Educational Needs relates to a learning difficulty which
calls for special educational provision to be made for the child. Special
consideration will be given to children whose mobility support needs require
that they access the specialist accommodation provided by a school in a
designated “through route” family of schools. Each case will be determined
on its merits.

Special circumstances may take precedence over any of the numbered
criteria above. The allocation of any such places will be determined by the
Local Education Officer, in consultation with the Head Teacher.
Admissions to year groups other than the intake year

Applications for admission to other year groups will normally be considered in
relating to the published admission limit which applied when the year group
was first admitted to the school, although infant class size restrictions will also
need to be considered. If places are available within the year group,
applications will be considered in accordance with the above admission
criteria. If places are available, the child will normally be admitted to the
school.

Further guidance on the way in which applications are dealt with including
 Preferences for more than one school


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    Late applications
    The way waiting lists are maintained and used can be found in
     Nottinghamshire County Council’s “Admissions to Schools” booklet
     2004/2005.

COMMUNITY SECONDARY SCHOOLS                          –    STANDARD         YEAR      7
ADMISSION CRITERIA: 2004/2005

In the event of over-subscription, the following criteria will be applied, in
priority order, to determine which applications will be granted:

1.      Children who live in the catchment area and who, at the time of
        admission, will have a brother or sister attending the school.

2.      Other children who live in the catchment area.

3.      Children who live outside the catchment area but who are attending a
        linked primary phase school on 30th November preceding admission to
        secondary school and who will have a brother or sister at the preferred
        secondary school at the time of admission.

4.      Children who live outside the catchment area and who, at the time of
        admission, will have a brother or sister attending the preferred
        secondary school.

5.      Children who live outside the catchment area but who are attending a
        linked primary phase school on 30th November preceding admission to
        secondary school.

6.      Other children who live outside the catchment area.

In the event of over-subscription within any criterion, preference will normally
be given to children who live nearest to the school as the crow flies.
Distances are measured from the entrance to the child’s home to the nearest
recognised main entrance of the school building. The exception to this is that
all children who fall into criterion 1 or 2, by the closing date for application, will
be guaranteed a place at the school providing the school is listed as the first
preference and the application is received by the closing date for the normal
year of entry to the school.

Special Circumstances

Consideration will be given to children in public care and to applicants who
can establish particular medical, Special Educational Needs or social grounds
relating to their child. Supporting written evidence from a doctor, social worker
or other relevant professional must be provided at the time of application. The
definition of Special Educational Needs relates to a learning difficulty which
calls for special educational provision to be made for the child. Special
consideration will be given to children whose mobility support needs require
that they access the specialist accommodation provided by a school in a
designated “through route” family of schools. Each case will be determined
on its merits.




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Special circumstances may take precedence over any of the numbered
criteria above. The allocation of any such places will be determined by the
Local Education Officer, in consultation with the Head Teacher.
Admissions to year groups other than the intake year

Applications for admission to other year groups will normally be considered in
relating to the published admission limit which applied when the year group
was first admitted to the school, although infant class size restrictions will also
need to be considered. If places are available within the year group,
applications will be considered in accordance with the above admission
criteria. If places are available, the child will normally be admitted to the
school.

Further guidance on the way in which applications are dealt with including
 Preferences for more than one school
 Late applications
 The way waiting lists are maintained and used can be found in
   Nottinghamshire County Council’s “Admissions to Schools” booklet
   2004/2005.




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                                                         Appendix 2
Closing Dates 2003/04


                              Information sent to Closing Date
                              parents
     From Infant to
     Junior/Primary           13 September 2002       8 November 2002
     From Junior/Primary
     to Secondary             11 October 2002         29 November 2002
     For First admission



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    to Infant/Primary     17 January 2003    7 March 2003



Proposed Closing Dates 2004/05


                          Information sent to Closing Date
                          parents
    From Junior/Primary
    to Secondary          3 October 2003     14 November 2003
    For First admission
    to Infant/Primary     9 January 2004     23 February 2004
    From Infant to
    Junior/Primary        13 February 2004   26 March 2004


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        SECONDARY SCHOOLS
                                                             Appendix 3
                   SCHOOL                      Suggested      LEA Suggested
                                               Admission     Admission Number
                                              Number (DfES
                                                model)

 ASHFIELD
Ashfield Comprehensive                              386            405          A
Holgate Comprehensive                               240            240
Kirkby College                                      136            150          A
Matthew Holland Comprehensive                       180            180
Quarrydale Comprehensive                            180            180
Sutton Centre Community College                     150            150
 BASSETLAW
Bircotes & Harworth Community Comprehensive         119            120
Elizabethan High Comprehensive                      204            204
Hartland Comprehensive                              210            210
Portland Comprehensive                              173            173
Tuxford Comprehensive                               169            186          A
Valley Comprehensive                                240            240
King Edward V1 Comprehensive                        157
Ordsall Hall Comprehensive                          140
The New Retford School                                             320

 BROXTOWE
Alderman White School and Language College          150            150
Bramcote Hills Comprehensive                        212            212
Bramcote Park Comprehensive                         151            151
Chilwell Comprehensive                              197            197
Eastwood Comprehensive                              210            210
Kimberley Comprehensive                             252            260          A
 GEDLING
Arnold Hill Comprehensive                           289            290
Colonel Frank Seely Comprehensive                   193            193          B
Carlton Le Willows Comprehensive                    221            221
Redhill Comprehensive                               211            211          B
The Gedling School                                  228            180          **
The Wheldon School                                                 180
 MANSFIELD
Garibaldi School                                    173            173          B
Meden School and Technology College                 240            240
Sherwood Hall School and Sixth-Form College         240            240
The Brunts                                          240            240          B
The Manor School                                    269            269

 NEWARK
Grove Comprehensive                                 150            150
Joseph Whittaker Comprehensive                      209            209
Magnus CE Comprehensive                             200            200
Newark High Comprehensive                           143            143
The Dukeries Community College                      210            210
 RUSHCLIFFE
Dayncourt Comprehensive                             210            210
Harry Carlton Comprehensive                         200            200
Rushcliffe Comprehensive                            237            237



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South Wolds Comprehensive            180            180
Toothill Comprehensive               256            256
West Bridgford Comprehensive         211            235          A

PRIMARY SCHOOLS

                                Suggested      LEA Suggested
                 ASHFIELD       Admission     Admission Number
                               Number (DfES
SCHOOL                           model)
Annesley Primary                      38            40
Annie Holgate Infants                 90            90
Annie Holgate Junior                 110            90           *
Bagthorpe Primary                     20           20/25
Beardall St Primary                   25            30
Broomhill Junior                      60            60
Butlers Hill Infants                  60            60
Carsic Infants                        60            60
Carsic Junior                         60            60
Coxmoor Primary                       38            40
Croft Primary                         47            50
Dalestorth Primary                    34            30
Daneswood Junior                      64            64
Edgewood Primary                      37            40
Forest Glade Primary                  30            30
Greenwood Primary                     55            60
Healdswood Infants                    58            60
Hillocks Primary                      35            40
Holly Hill Primary                    55            60
Jacksdale Primary                     22           25/20
Jefferies Primary                     42            40
John Davies Primary                   39           40/35
Kingsway Primary                      34            30
Kirkby Woodhouse Primary              49            50
Leamington Primary                    50            50
Leen Mills Primary                    47            50
Mapplewells Primary                   33            30           *
Morven Park Primary                   54            60           A
Orchard Primary                       40            40
Priestsic Primary                     59            60
Selston CE Infants                    17            20
Spring St Primary                     30            30
St Andrews CE Primary                 34            40
Underwood CE Primary                  18            20
Westwood Infants                      19            20
Whyburn Primary                       30            30


                                Suggested      LEA Suggested
 BASSETLAW                      Admission     Admission Number
                               Number (DfES
                                 model)
SCHOOL
Beckingham Primary                   15             15
Bracken Lane Primary                 29             30
Carr Hill Primary                    40            40/40
Clarborough Primary                  28             30
Cuckney CE Primary                   22             20           *
Dunham CE Primary                    17             17
Dyscarr Primary                      38             40



                                16
East Markham Primary                    17              17
Elkesley Primary                        17              17
Everton Primary                         11              11
Haggonfields Primary                    18              18
Hallcroft Infants                       50              50
Manton Primary                          60              60
Mattersey Primary                       16              16
Misson Primary                          16              16
Misterton Primary                       30              30
Norbridge Primary                       30              30
North Border Infants                    60              60
North Border Junior                     82              82
North Leverton CE Primary               20              20
North Wheatley CE Primary                8               8
Prospect Hill Junior                    52              60
Prospect Hills Infants                  56              60
Rampton Primary                         20              20
Ramsden Primary                         24              25
Ranby CE Primary                        12              13
Ranskill Primary                        12              13
Redlands Primary                        50              50
Ryton Park Primary                      49              50
Sir Edmund Hillary Primary              42              45
St Augustines Infants                   70              70
St Augustines Junior                    70              70
St Johns CE Primary                     53              60
St Matthews CE Primary                  12              12
Thrumpton Primary                       30              30
Tuxford Primary                         30              30
Walkeringham Primary                     8               8
Gateford Park Primary                   30              30
RECENTLY AMALGAMATED SCHOOL
Kingston Park Primary                   60              40          *
                                                                    C
       NEWLY AMALGAMATED SCHOOL
Ordsall Primary                                         60          C




 BROXTOWE                          Suggested      LEA Suggested
                                   Admission     Admission Number
                                  Number (DfES
                     SCHOOL         model)
 Albany Infants                         70             70
 Albany Junior                          70             70
 Alderman Pounder Infants               70             70
 Awsworth Primary                       40             40
 Banks Road Infants                     60             60
 Beeston Fields Primary                 60             60
 Bispham Drive Junior                   60             60
 Bramcote Hills Primary                 50             50
 Brinsley Primary                       35             35
 Brookhill Leys Infants                 60             60
 Brookhill Leys Junior                  66             60           *
 Chetwynd Road Primary                  40             40
 College House Junior                   80             80
 Eastwood Infants                       49             50
 Eastwood Junior                        43             50
 Eskdale Junior                         70             70
 Fairfield Primary                      29            30/65
 Frederick Harrison Infants             60             60


                                   17
G Beauvale D H Laurence Infants         71              70          *
Gilthill Primary                        30              30          A
Greasley Beauvale Junior                70              70
Hollywell Primary                       30              30
Horsendale Primary                      29              30
John Clifford Primary                   50              50
Kimberley Primary                       20              20
Larkfields Infants                      60              60
Larkfields Junior                       60              60
Lynncroft Primary                       40              40
Meadow Lane Infants                     70              70
Mornington Primary                      34              40
Round Hill Primary                      60              60
Rylands Junior                          53              60
St Johns Primary                        15              15
Stevenson Junior                        60              60
Sunnyside Primary                       30              30
Trent Vale Infants                      60              60
Trowell CE Primary                      25              25
William Lilley Infants                  60              60


                                   Suggested      LEA Suggested
                   GEDLING         Admission     Admission Number
                                  Number (DfES
                     SCHOOL         model)
Abbey Gates Primary                     30              30
All Hallows CE Primary                  30              30
Arno Vale Junior                        57              60
Arnold View Primary                     38              40
Burton Joyce Primary                    40              40
Carlton Central Infants                 60              60
Carlton Central Junior                  60              60
Church Drive Primary                    36              40
Coppice Farm Primary                    23              25
Ernehale Infants                        60              60
Ernehale Junior                         60              60
Haddon Primary                          33              35
Hawthorne Primary                       15              20
Killisick Junior                        50              50
Lambley Primary                         17              18
Manor Park Infant                       60              60
Mapperley Plains Primary                45              50
Netherfield Infants                     75              75
Netherfield Junior                      75              75
Newstead Primary                        16              17
Parkdale Primary                        60              60
Phoenix Infants                         60              60
Pinewood Infants                        50              50
Porchester Junior                       49              50
Priory Junior                           60              60
Richard Bonington Primary               50              50
Robert Mellors Primary                  30              30
Sir John Sherbrooke Junior              60              60
St Wilfrids CE Primary                  30              30
Standhill Infants                       48              50
Stanhope Primary                        50              50
Westdale Infants                        60              60
Westdale Junior                         60              60
Willow Farm Primary                     30              30



                                   18
 Woodthorpe Infants                  63              60           *
NEWLY AMALGAMATED SCHOOL
St Albans/Roundwood Primary                          40          C


                                Suggested      LEA Suggested
   MANSFIELD                    Admission     Admission Number
                               Number (DfES
                      SCHOOL     model)
Abbey Primary                        58              60
Asquith Primary                      49              50
Berry Hill Primary                   44              50
Birklands Primary                    46              50
Church Vale Primary                  30              30
Crescent Primary                     50              50
Eastlands Junior                     48              48
Ethel Wainwright Primary             58              60
Farmilo Primary                      30              30
Forest Town Primary                  49              50
Heatherley Primary                   30              30
Heathlands Primary                   20              20
Hetts Lane Infants                   60              60
High Oakham Primary                  50              50
Holly Primary                        40              40
Intake Primary                       30              30
John T Rice Infants                  50              50
King Edward Primary                  49              50
Ladybrook Primary                    30              30
Leas Park Junior                     70              70
Netherfield Infants                  40              40
Nettleworth Infants                  70              70
New Rose Primary                     50              50
Newgate Primary                      29              30
Newlands Junior                      60              60
Northfield Primary                   61              60           *
Oak Tree Primary                     50              50
Peafield Lane Primary                40              40
Robin Hood Primary                   45              40           *
Sherwood Junior                      68              68
St Edmunds CE Primary                45              45
Sutton Road Primary                  50              50
Wynndale Primary                     30              30




   NEWARK                       Suggested      LEA Suggested
                                Admission     Admission Number
                               Number (DfES
                      SCHOOL     model)
   Barnby Road Primary               40              40
   Besthorpe Primary                  6               6
   Bishop Alexander Primary          38              40
   Bleasby CE Primary                21              20
   Bowbridge Primary                 59              60
   Chuter Ede Primary                47              50
   Coddington C E Primary            33              40
   Crompton View Primary             47              40          **
   Dean Hole CE Primary               8               8
   Forest View Junior                59              60
   Halam CE Primary                  17              17



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Hawtonville Junior                 89              90
Holy Trinity CE Infant             26              30
John Blow Primary                  30              30
John Hunt Infant                   80              80
John Hunt Junior                   80              80
King Edwin Primary                 43              50
Kirklington Primary                 7               8
Kneesall C E Primary               12              12
Lake View Primary                  30              30
Lovers Lane Primary                30              30
Lowes Wong Ang/Meth Junior         94             100
Lowes Wong Infants                 70              70
Manners Sutton Primary             10              10
Maun Infants                       66              60           *
Mount CE Primary                   37              30          **
Muskham Primary                    29              30
North Clifton Primary               7               7
Norwell CE Primary                 12              12
Oliver Quibell Infant              48              50
Ollerton Infant                    50              50
Ollerton Junior                    75              75
Python Hill Primary                50              50
Queen Eleanor Primary              11              12
Ravenshead C of E Primary          60              60
Robert Jones Infant                46              50
Robert Jones Junior                50              50
Samuel Barlow Primary              40              40
St Peters CE Primary               30              30
Sutton on Trent Primary            17              20
'Walesby CE Primary                29              30
Walter D'Ayncourt Primary          25              25
Winthorpe Primary                  15              15


RUSHCLIFFE                    Suggested      LEA Suggested
                              Admission     Admission Number
                             Number (DfES
                  SCHOOL       model)
Abbey Road Primary                 60              60
Brookside Primary                  35              30           *
Bunny CE Primary                   12              12
Carnarvon Primary                  60              60
Colston Bassett CE Primary          8               8
Cotgrave Infants                   60              60
Costock CE Primary                  8               8
Cropwell Bishop Primary            29              30
Crossdale Drive Primary            30              30
Edwalton Primary                   44              44
Flintham Primary                   15              15
Gotham Primary                     25              25          B
Greythorn Primary                  45              45
Heymann Primary                    50              50
Highfields Primary                 30              30
James Peacock Infants              63              60           *
Jesse Grey Primary                 63              60           *
Keyworth Primary                   30              30
Kinoulton Primary                  20              20
Lady Bay Primary                   46              50
Langar CE Primary                  14              14
Manvers Junior                     60              60



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  Normanton on Soar Primary               12   12
  Orston Primary                          20   20
  Radcliffe on Trent Infants              70   70
  Radcliffe on Trent Junior               70   70
  Robert Miles Infants                    60   60
  Robert Miles Junior                     60   60
  St Peters East Bridgford CE Prim        30   30
  St Peters Ruddington CE Junior          81   60   *
  Sutton Bonington Primary                25   25
  Tollerton Primary                       30   30
  West Bridgford Infants                  80   80
  West Bridgford Junior                   85   85
  Willoughby Primary                       7    7
  Willowbrook Primary                     30   30
NEW SCHOOL
  Lantern Lane Primary                         40

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