If you have applied online, you will be able to view your allocated school place on the Citizens Portal on the national offer day. We will also email you on the same day.
If you applied by post, we will post you a letter on the national offer day. This will be sent second class so may take a few days to get to you.
The national offer day for reception and junior places is Thursday 16 April. For secondary and upper school places it is on Sunday 1 March, although offers won’t be published until the next working day – Monday 2 March.
If you are happy with your allocated school place, you will need to accept it. If you applied online you can accept it through the Citizens Portal. If you applied by post you can accept it by filling in the response form, that will be included in your outcome letter, and posting it back to us.
If you do not get the school place you want, you can be put on a waiting list for your preferred school and you can appeal. You can also withdraw your application and make a new one with new school preferences. You will find more information in the statement of options document that will be available once you receive your offer.
You can appeal the refused school place by following our appeal procedure.