Admissions Policy 2014/15 - page 4

Great Torrington School Admissions Policy 2014-15
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2. Any child whose Statement of Special Educational Needs names Great
Torrington School will be admitted.
3. Children in Care or who were in Care but ceased to be in Care because
they were adopted, made the subject of a residence order or a special
guardianship order.
4. Children living in the School’s designated area – with a sibling who will be
attending the School at the closing date for applications.
5. Other children living in the School’s designated area – no sibling but
attending a linked primary school.
6. Other children living in the School’s designated area – no sibling and not
attending a linked primary school.
7. Children of members of staff employed for more than 2 years by the
School or recruited within the past 2 years to fill a vacancy for which there
was a skills shortage.
8. Children living outside the School’s designated area – with a sibling who
will be attending the School at the closing date for applications.
9. Children living outside the designated area – no sibling but attending a
linked primary school.
10. Other children living outside the School’s designated area.
7. If there are more applications than places for in-year admissions
1. Where the number of applications exceeds the number of places available
in Year 7 (the PAN) the Academy Trust will use the following
oversubscription criteria to determine those applicants who could be
offered a place.
2. Any child whose Statement of Special Educational Needs names Great
Torrington School will be admitted.
3. Children in Care or who were in Care but ceased to be in Care because
they were adopted, made the subject of a residence order or a special
guardianship order.
4. Children living in the School’s designated area – with a sibling who will be
attending the School on the date of application.
5. Other children living in the School’s designated area – no sibling and not
attending a linked primary school.
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