Consultation on proposed changes to Admission Policy 2020/2021

St Oswald’s Church of England Primary Academy is consulting on the following proposed changes to its admission policy from September 2020. A fresh over subscription criteria has been created for in-year transfers which is different to the current over subscription criteria.

The differences in the over subscription criteria for In-Year transfers are

 

Pupils who attend an academy which is part of Bradford Diocesan Academies Trust.

Note BDAT Academies includes the following schools as November 2018: (check website for up to date list – www.bdat-academies.org/our-academies/)

  • Belle Vue Girls Academy
  • Bradford Forster Academy
  • Buttershaw Business & Enterprise College
  • Christ Church Academy
  • Clayton St John CE Academy
  • Cullingworth Village Primary
  • East Morton Primary
  • Immanuel College
  • Oxenhope CE Primary
  • Shipley CE Primary
  • Academy at St James
  • St John’s C of E Primary
  • St Oswald’s Academy
  • St Philips Academy
  • Woodlands Academy
  • Wycliffe CE Primary

The consultation period is from 10th December 2018 until 28th January 2019 and we invite comments both from existing parents and any other interested parties.

 

The proposed policy for 2020-21 can be seen on the school website at http://www.stoswalds.bradford.sch.uk/

 

Alternatively a copy is available on request from the school office.

 

Any comments regarding the proposed policy should be made in writing and addressed to Naima Ishaq, Chair of Governors by Friday 25th January 2019

 

 

By post to:

Naima Ishaq

St Oswald’s Church of England Primary Academy

Cross Lane

Bradford

BD7 3JT

 

Or by e-mail to:

nishaq@stoswalds.bradford.sch.uk                

 

Note:  The arrangements in respect of children with an Education, Health & Care Plan, or Looked after children are statutory so comments are not invited on these parts of the policy.

 

 


Consultation

Published: 14/12/2018
Audience: Existing parents and any other interested parties.
Contact: Matthew Hill

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