Full school admissions policies
2017-18 admission arrangements and policies
School admission arrangements are policies that set out how school places are allocated.
We have our own admissions arrangements for community (run by us) and voluntary controlled (faith/volunteer led but run by us) schools. This also applies to schools who were community and voluntary controlled at the time the admissions arrangements were published and have since become academies.
Community and voluntary controlled schools in 2017-18
- All Saints East Clevedon Church of England Primary
- Ashcombe Primary
- Backwell C of E Junior
- Banwell Primary
- Becket Primary
- Blagdon Primary
- Castle Batch Primary
- Churchill Church of England Primary
- Crockerne Primary
- Flax Bourton Church of England Primary
- Golden Valley Primary
- Grove Junior
- Hannah More Infant
- High Down Infant
- High Down Junior
- Hutton Church of England Primary
- Kewstoke Primary
- Locking Primary
- Mary Elton Primary
- Mead Vale Primary
- Mendip Green Primary
- Northleaze Church of England Primary
- Portishead Primary
- Sandford Primary
- St Andrew’s Church of England Primary
- St Katherine’s Secondary
- St Martin’s Church of England Primary
- St Nicholas Chantry Church or England Primary
- St Peter’s Church of England Primary
- Uphill Primary
- West Leigh Infant
- Winford Church of England Primary
- Winscombe Primary
- Worle Village Primary
- Wrington Church of England Primary
- Yatton Infant
- Yatton Church of England Junior
We publish a document every year which shows how many places are available at each community and voluntary controlled school for their September intake.
We also set out the admission arrangements for community and voluntary controlled schools for parents and carers who want their child to change schools during the school year. This also applies to schools who were community and voluntary controlled at the time the admissions arrangements were published and have since become academies.
We set the policy and timetable for the September intake admissions process. This is known as the coordinated admissions scheme.
Schools with their own admission arrangements in 2017-18
Own admissions authority schools, such as academies and voluntary aided schools, are responsible for their own admission arrangements.