Draft Admissions 2022-23
Consultation on admission arrangements for 2022-2023 for schools in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole area.
Admission arrangements for schools 2022-2023
Public consultation on school admission arrangements for 2022-2023. Unless otherwise stated next to the relevant school(s), the consultation ran from 09 November 2020 to 18 December 2020.
The proposed policies are also available on each school’s website. Paper copies are available on request.
Comments or objections can be submitted directly to the schools or emailed to email@example.com.
Please note that the following schools’ consultations are running on different dates:
- Christ the King Catholic Primary School
- Jewell Academy
- St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Christchurch
- St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School Poole
- St Mark’s CE Primary School
- St Mary’s Catholic Primary School.
The Local Authority Admissions Policy
Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council Admissions Policy 2022-23 (for community and voluntary controlled infant, junior and primary schools).
We have made no significant changes to the way the policy works for each school. We will not be consulting on this policy.
We are the admission authority for:
- Burton CE Primary School
- Christchurch Infant School
- Hillbourne Primary School
- Mudeford Community Infants School
- Mudeford Junior School
- Somerford Primary School.
- Bournemouth School
Change of dates in the registration and selection process.Bournemouth School for GirlsVarious dates in the registration and selection process sections.Bournemouth residents to BCP residents
- Glenmoor Academy
Removal of Point 6(i) as is in the AY21/22 Admissions policy
- Parkstone Grammar School
Removal of dates in the registration and selection process
Supplementary date sheet
- Poole Grammar School
Change of dates in the registration and selection process
- St Peter's School (Secondary)
Changes to evidence of faith and updated SEND terminology
- St Peter's School (Sixth Form)
- Changes to evidence of faith and updated SEND terminology
- The Grange School
Amendment 1 - refers to moving children of members of permanent staff at The Grange School from position 7 to position 4 on the oversubscription criteria
Amendment 2 - includes in the oversubscription Children who live in the catchment not currently attending a feeder school or who have a sibling in the school
Amendment 3 - relates to a reduction in the Published Admissions Number from 120 to 60 on page
This is for financial management purposes
- Twynham School
Amendment 1 - refers to moving children of members of permanent staff at Twynham School from position 7 to position 4 on the oversubscription criteria
Amendment 2 - Includes in the oversubscription; Children who live in the catchment not currently attending a feeder school or who have a sibling in the school
- Twynham Sixth Form
This is a new Sixth Form Policy which reflects the significant change in the curriculum offer at Twynham Sixth Form
In 2022 we are phasing the introduction of an increased range of vocational courses; so we will be able to offer a wider range of A levels and increased BTEC provision across the Twynham Learning Campus
This increases the overall potential size of the Sixth Form therefore the Admissions Policy has been rewritten to reflect the changes
With an increased Published Admissions Number in the main school, we have also introduced protected places for external students
- Winton Academy
Priority no longer given on basis of medical reasons - removal of Point 6(i) as is in the 2021-22 Admissions policy.
- Parkfield School
Policy changed to reflect school now responsible for the delayed entry to reception process.
Supplementary forms, policies and Co-ordinated Scheme