Consultation on Admission Arrangements for Community and Voluntary Controlled Schools 2020-21 Intake

Kent County Council is consulting on proposed changes to admissions arrangements for all Community and Voluntary Controlled schools for intake in September 2018. The proposal is to provide priority to children adopted from outside of England, in line with Nick Gibb’s request in November 2017. (attached)

Schools are asked to respond to this consultation to let us know what you think of the proposed changes. We would be grateful if you could also draw this consultation to the attention of all parent with children in your schools. Where possible, please include a notice in your school newsletter/notice board or include a note in each child’s book bag. This will help ensure that the consultation reaches as wide an audience as possible. The LA will be consulting on our website and will make a public notice available in local papers.

The consultation of the proposed changes will run until 10 December 2018. The consultation documents can be found and responses can be submitted via the questionnaire here. If paper copies are required, respondents should contact 03000 41 21 21 and ask to speak to the school admissions department. Parents will also be able to find consultations from any other own admission authority school at www.kent.gov.uk/admissionscriteria

Responses will be collated and presented to Kent County Council’s Cabinet for a determination. Once determined the final admission arrangements will be placed on Kent’s website at www.kent.gov.uk/schooladmissionsIf you have any queries, please contact kentonlineadmissions@kent.gov.uk

  If you have any queries, please contact kentonlineadmissions@kent.gov.uk

 

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