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Changing the published admission number (PAN)

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Last updated on 6 December 2016
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Must we consult on raising our published admission number (PAN)? We look at whether schools must consult when increasing or reducing their PAN, and when any changes will take effect. We also look at whether the decision can be challenged, and relay advice on preparing for an increased PAN.

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Contents

  1. 1 Increasing the PAN
  2. 2 Can an increase in the PAN be challenged?
  3. 3 Preparing for an increased PAN: considerations
  4. 4 Reducing the PAN
  5. 5 Can a decrease in the PAN be challenged?
  6. 6 Schools adjudicator: process

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