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Admission Policies for all Poole schools 2018/19

Policies for Infant and First Schools

Policies for Junior and Middle Schools

Policies for Primary Schools

Policies for Secondary Schools

Over-subscription Criteria

Report to the Adjudicator

Co-ordinated Admissions Scheme

Policies for Infant and First Schools

Ad Astra Infant School

Broadstone First School 

Canford Heath Infant School 

Courthill Infant School 

Lilliput CE Infant School

Merley First School

Old Town Infant School

Springdale First School

Stanley Green Infant Academy

Sylvan Infant School

Twin Sails Infant School and Nursery 

Twin Sails and Hamworthy Park Joint Supplementary Information Form

Policies for Junior and Middle Schools

Baden Powell and St Peter's CE Junior School 

Branksome Heath Junior School

Broadstone Middle School 

Canford Heath Junior School 

Hamworthy Park Junior School

Haymoor Junior School 

Oakdale Junior School 

Ocean Academy Poole 

Primary Supplementary Information Form (Religious grounds)

Twin Sails and Hamworthy Park Joint Supplementary Information Form

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Policies for Primary Schools

Bearwood Primary School and Nursery 

Bishop Aldhelm’s Church of England Primary School 

Heatherlands Primary School

Hillbourne Primary School

Longfleet CE Primary School 

Manorside Academy 

St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School, Poole 

St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, Poole 

Talbot Primary School

Turlin Moor Community School

Primary Supplementary Information Form

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Policies for Secondary Schools

Carter Community School

Corfe Hills School

Magna Academy Poole 

Parkstone Grammar School

Poole Grammar School

Poole High School

St Aldhelm’s Academy

St Edward’s RC/CE VA School, Poole

St Edward's Supplementary Information Form

Over-subscription Criteria

Each admission authority adopts its own admissions policy for the academic year. When a school receives more applications than it has places available, the admission authorities apply what is known as their 'over-subscription' criteria to decide who should be offered a place.

Pupils with an Education, Health and Care Plan issued by a local authority naming a specific school where a pupil should receive his or her education will be admitted to any publicly-funded school before preferences are considered for admission in September.

Admission authorities must also give Looked After Children and Previously Looked After Children priority before any other applicant in the over-subscription criteria, irrespective of whether or not they live within a school’s catchment area.

The over-subscription criteria are agreed by the admission authority for the school and are required to be in line with the School Admissions Code.

For Community schools the admission authority is the local authority.

For Academies, Foundation and Voluntary Aided schools the Governing Body or Trustees of the school are the admission authority.

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