Archbishop Sentamu Academy is currently consulting on admission arrangements for 2023 – 24. The views of parent/carers, schools and other interested parties are being sought during this consultation.
All admission authorities must formally agree their admission arrangements every year, even if the arrangements have not changed from the previous year. When changes are proposed, a consultation has to take place, which will take the views of parents and other interested parties into account.
This year’s Admissions Consultation is being held between 10th December 2021 and 21st January 2022.
Any comments on these proposals should be addressed to: email@example.com
Following the consultation, the admission authority (the Trust) will formally set (‘determine’) the admission arrangements for admission in 2023-24 by 28 February 2022. Determined policies will be on the school website and the Trust website by 15 March 2022 after which objections can be raised.
If you require a paper copy of the document you can request this from the school or Trust via firstname.lastname@example.org or 01904 560067.
Archbishop Sentamu Academy has a published admission number (PAN) of 270 students for admissions to Year 7, the admission number of students for Year 8-11 is 240 per year group.
Please take a look at our Admissions Policies below:
Applying for a Year 7 place
Parents or carers will need to apply for a secondary place within your child’s last year in primary school.
Local Authority’s Co-ordinated Admission Scheme
Archbishop Sentamu Academy participates in the Local Authority’s Co-ordinated Admission Scheme for in-year admissions. If parents/carers wish to apply for a school place, applications can be made at https://www.hull.gov.uk/children-and-families/schools-and-education/school-transfers.
After the Local Authority (LA) have received your application the LA determine whether a school place can be allocated at any of your preferred schools. This will take an average of 15 school days. The LA will then write to you to confirm whether a place has been allocated. This may take a little longer during busy periods.
The Local Authority offer you the right to appeal if the LA cannot place you at one of your preferred schools. An appeal form and guidance will be sent to you with the letter confirming the outcome of your application.
More information is available on the link above.
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