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Admissions for looked after children
Must looked after children have priority in admissions? We outline the rules and exceptions to prioritising looked after children (LAC) and previously LAC in school admissions. We also point to definitions of the terms 'LAC' and 'previously LAC', explaining which children qualify for priority.
- Rules on priority
- Process for securing places
- In-year admissions
- Definition of LAC
- Definition of previously LAC
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