Archdiocese of Liverpool
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Admissions Consultation

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Consultation on Proposed Changes to School Admissions Arrangemements from September 2021

The Admissions Code of Practice 2012 requires an admission authority to consult each time it proposes to make significant changes to its admission arrangements.  For Catholic voluntary aided schools the admission authority is the school governing body.  The Archdiocese of Liverpool is co-ordinating a consultation process on behalf of three schools within the Archdiocese:

St Anne’s Catholic Primary School, Overbury Street, Liverpool, L7 3HJ

All Saints’ Catholic High School, Roughwood Drive, Kirkby, Knowsley, L33 8XF

St John Fisher Catholic High School, Baytree Road, Springfield, Wigan, WN6 7RN


In accordance with the Admissions Code, a consultation period must run for a minimum of six term time weeks and take place between 1 October and 31 January.  The process allows parents, other schools, local authorities and other interested stakeholders to raise comments or concerns about the proposed arrangements.  This document is particularly for the attention of parents, other admissions authorities, the local authority and other local dioceses. 

This consultation will run between 2 December 2019 and 26 January 2020. 

Further information on the proposals, including information on how to respond to the consultation, can be found in the documents accessible from this page.

 

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