West sussex online admissions
This approach seems to have been successful as more online applications have been received and, currently, there have been fewer late applications than this time last year.With the support of all nurseries next year we would hope to reduce late applications even further.Admission numbers in the list attached to this document for these schools are indicative only and do not prevent any own admission authority school from determining an increase in its admission number.This consultation document includes proposals about: • The admission process for 2019/2020 and the timelines for co-ordination (these together form the scheme of coordination); • Admission numbers for all schools in West Sussex, including where the Local Authority is aware of proposed changes by own admission authority schools.A Summary of the Consultation As the admission authority for community and voluntary controlled schools, West Sussex County Council (WSCC) is required to consult on its admission arrangements for the school year 2019/2020.
We also sent leaflets and posters to libraries, nurseries and early years settings.
They will be responsible for letting you know the outcome.
“In-year admissions” are admissions to a school which take place outside of the normal entry times.
Academies, including free schools, voluntary aided and foundation schools are also required to seek your views if they intend to change their admission arrangements.
The County Council will respond to those consultations, ensuring they are in accordance with the School Admissions Code.