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Telephone

01274 439200

Address

Margaret McMillan Tower tower, Prince's Way, Bradford, BD1 1NN

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Bradford Admissions and Exclusions Service

The Admissions Team process the annual allocations to reception and year seven, in-year applications and also the appeals procedure.

We offer advice to parents and other agencies regarding all admission and appeal related enquiries.

We also provide advice and guidance to schools concerning current and new legislation relating to admissions and ensure that the statutory responsibilities are carried out in accordance with the Admissions and Appeals Code of Practice.

If you wish to contact us, please ring 01274 439200, or, email us at schooladmissions@bradford.gov.uk

Members of the public who wish to attend Margaret McMillan Tower to meet with staff in the Admissions Team can do so with a pre-booked appointment on the following days and times (please ring to book).  It will not be possible for visitors to meet with Admissions staff outside these times.

Monday 9.30am - 12.30pm

Tuesday 1.00pm - 4.00pm

Wednesday  - Closed

Thursday 1.00pm - 4.00pm

Friday 9.30am - 12.30pm

Please click here to view the latest Schools Adjudicator Report

 Please click on the below documents to view the latest school admissions code and the latest school appeals code.

School Admissions Code

School Appeals Code

 

 Annual Allocation to Primary School

Please click here to view the scheduled timetable for allocation into primary school for September 2020

Please click here to view the 'Applying for Primary School Booklet 2020'

Please click here  to view the full 'Guide for Parents about Admission Arrangements to Primary School 2020-2021

 

 Annual Allocation to Secondary School

Please click here to view the scheduled timetable for allocations into secondary school for September 2020

Please click here to view the 'Applying for Secondary School Booklet 2020'

Please click here to view the full 'Guide for Parents about Admission Arrangements to Secondary School 2020-2021.

 

► In-Year Admissions

Please click here to download the In-Year Application Form.

 

► Fair Access Protocol (FAP)

All Local Authorities are required to operate a Fair Access Protocol (FAP) which ensures that school places are secured quickly for most vulnerable children who are missing education and to ensure that all schools in an area admit their fair share of pupils with significant challenging behaviour.  The protocol has been developed in line with DfE requirements as set out in the 2009 School Admissions Code and following consultation with the Admissions Forum and headteachers.

Click here to view the Fair Access Protocol

 

 School Admission Appeals

Parents can download an appeal form from the Bradford Council website..http://www.bradford.gov.uk/education-and-skills/school-admissions/make-an-appeal/

Other admission authority schools are able to buy into the admissions service. Please email emma.culpan@bradford.gov.uk for further details.

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