Each year, schools must decide on their admission arrangements for the coming year. If the arrangements change, there must be a public consultation before the arrangements are decided upon. The proposed changes are usually outlined in a letter and draft admission arrangements which are then published. Any interested parties, including parents, are invited to offer their views on the proposed changes. The admission arrangements will include things like how places are allocated, the number of places schools have and how they will decide how to prioritise applications if there are more applications for the school than there are places available.
When Robin Hood Junior School are informed of any such proposed changes for any local schools, we will publish the information here for you to review.