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Admissions

The Learning Academy Partnership (South West) is the admissions authority for all schools within our Trust.

Consultation on Admission Arrangements 2019-20

The admission authorities for all schools are required by the School Admissions Code to consult on their admission arrangements.  The intention is that admission arrangements meet the needs of parents and children. Consultation is an important part of the process in setting school admission arrangements.

We are consulting stakeholders on the proposed admission arrangements for schools within our Trust.

The documents proposed by our Trust will be available for review until 5 January 2018 http://devon.cc/lapolicies and within individual school folders at http://devon.cc/schoolpolicy

A copy of the proposed individual school policy is published on here and on our Trust website: http://www.lapsw.co.uk/admissions

Draft Admissions Policy 2019-20

How do I comment?

Email schoolsadmissionpolicy-mailbox@devon.gov.uk or write to School Admissions Consultation, Room L102, County Hall, Exeter EX2 4QG.

Current Admissions Policies

The Board of Trustees is the Admissions Authority for Ilsham Church of England Academy.

This policy details the admission arrangements for our Academy and should be read in conjunction with the Primary and In Year Co-ordinated Schemes and other agreed policies of Torbay Local Authority.  All policies and procedures seek to comply with the requirements of the School Admissions Code. 

There will be 25 reception places available in September 2017.

Academy Tour dates - To be announced. 

Please find our Admissions Policies below.

Admissions Appeals

Learning Academy Partnership (South West) as admissions authority for Ilsham Church of England Academy must ensure that appeals lodged by the appropriate deadlines are heard within the following timescales:

a) for applications made in the normal admissions round, appeals must be heard within 40 school days of the deadline for lodging appeals; for September 2017 appeals must be received by 22 May 2017.

b) for late applications, appeals should be heard within 40 school days from the deadline for lodging appeals where possible, or within 30 school days of the appeal being lodged.

d) for applications for in-year admissions, appeals must be heard within 30 school days of the appeal being lodged.

Any appeals submitted after the appropriate deadline must still be heard, in accordance with whatever timescale is set out in the timetable published by the admission authority.

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