Determined admission arrangements for 2022-23

Determined admission arrangements for 2022-23

The law requires that all state schools must approve their admissions arrangements  in advance of parents applying. The Council is responsible  for the admissions for community schools , with the governing body responsible for   academies and voluntary aided (church) schools.

All schools must carry out formal consultations of not less than six weeks before they make changes to their admissions arrangements. Whether there are changes or not, admissions arrangements  for all schools must be published on their website by mid-March each year.

 Admission arrangements 

The Council is the admissions authority Ashburnham, Avondale Park, Barlby, Bevington, Bousfield, Colville, Fox, Malborough, Oxford Gardens, Park Walk and Thomas Jones School.

 

Admission arrangements  for academies and Church schools 

You will find the published admission arrangements  on each school website. If the 2022/23 arrangements are not available by mid-March, please contact the school direct.

Primary schools

Ark Brunel School 

Christ Church CofE  School

Holy Trinity Cof E School

Oratory Catholic School

Our Lady of Victories Catholic School

St Barnabas & St Philips CofE School

St Charles Catholic School 

St Cuthbert with St Matthias CofE School

St Clement & St James CofE School 

St Francis of Assisi Catholic School

St Joseph Catholic School

St Mary Abbots CofE School

St Marys Catholic School 

St Thomas CofE School

Servite Catholic School

Secondary schools

All Saints Catholic School

The Cardinal Vaughan Memorial Catholic School

Chelsea Academy

Holland Park

Kensington Aldridge Academy

St Thomas More Catholic School

Pan-London coordinated schemes

The Pan-London Admission System coordinates applications to all state-funded primary and secondary schools across Greater London and surrounding counties. Parents/carers can apply up to six schools in any area using one form and list their chosen schools in order or preference. Schools will then consider each application against their published admission criteria with no knowledge of the parent/carer preference order.

The coordinated system will eliminate preferences until it reaches the highest potential offer that can be made on the National Offer Day. The system has substantially reduced the number of children that receive multiple offers or no offer at all.

 View our Pan London coordinated schemes for Reception and Primary to Secondary Transfer for the 2022-23 academic year.

 

How to make a complaint

In accordance with Regulation 21 of the Regulations and Section 88 of the SSFA 1998, any person or body who considered that any maintained school or Academy's arrangements are unlawful, or not compliant with the Code or relevant law relating to admissions, can make an objection to the School Adjudicator. Objections must be submitted by 15 May 2021. 

Objections to the Office of the Schools Adjudicator 

Contact us

If you have any queries, please call the admissions team on 020 7745 6433 or email school.admissions@rbkc.gov.uk 

Last updated: 20 July 2021