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- Academy admissions: maintaining the PAN after conversion
- Academy admissions: pupils with SEN that the school does not cater for
- Academy admissions: role of the local authority
- Admission appeal panels: eligibility and role of members
- Admission appeals: can we challenge an appeal decision?
- Admission appeals: statements of case
- Admission to reception from nursery
- Admission to reception: deferring entry new
- Admission to reception: part-time induction new
- Admissions appeals: letter of support from the headteacher
- Admissions criteria 2012: differences from previous codes
- Admissions forms (secondary)
- Admissions: placing children with a statement of SEN in another LA
- Admissions: providing proof of age or identity
- Admissions: verifying the age of pupils
- Admissions: why can’t we ask if a child speaks English?
- Admitting pupils beyond a provider’s physical capacity
- Bulge classes: refusing a request from the local authority
- Can a voluntary controlled school amend its admissions policy?
- Catholic school admissions committee: terms of reference
- Changing the age range of an academy
- Dual registration of pupils
- Exceeding the PAN: requirements and impact new
- Expanding to two form entry: advantages and disadvantages (primary)
- Extended absence: removing a nursery pupil from the roll
- Fair access protocols
- In-year admissions: academies
- In-year admissions: statutory reasons for refusing a place
- Increasing the number of nursery places: do we need LA approval? new
- Infant class sizes: do LAs provide funding for additional teachers?
- Long-term absence: keeping pupils on roll
- Long-term pupil absence: removing pupils from roll new
- Managed moves: is a school obliged to admit a pupil?
- Managed moves: is there national data?
- Placing pupils in older or younger year groups
- Reducing nursery places: factors to consider
- Reducing the published admission number (PAN): process new
- Refusing admission: pupils who are not toilet trained
- Refusing admission: pupils with a statement of SEN
- Refusing admission: pupils with challenging behaviour
- Removing a pupil from roll: unauthorised holidays new
- Removing a pupil from the school roll
- School admissions: refusal of pupil of non-statutory age with SEN
- School size: national averages for number of pupils on roll
- Sending offer letters (academies)
- Sixth form admissions: can we ask for a deposit?
- Sixth form admissions: oversubscribed courses
- Sixth form admissions: priority for looked after children new
- Special academies: role of the LA in admissions
- Special school admissions: can LAs require schools to admit pupils?
- Special school admissions: exceeding planned capacity
- Special school admissions: is a policy required? updated
- Summer-born children: definition
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Admissions: providing proof of age or identity
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