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Consulting on admission arrangements

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Last updated on 20 December 2016
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How should we consult on our admission arrangements? We look at when admission authorities must consult and who this should be with. You will also find information on how to carry out a consultation on admission arrangements, and guidance on consulting with parents.

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Contents

  1. 1 When must we consult on our arrangements? 
  2. 2 Who must we consult?
  3. 3 Timescale for consultations
  4. 4 Examples of consultations on admissions
  5. 5 Guidance on consulting parents

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