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In-year admissions: refusing or delaying a place
Can a school refuse an application for in-year admission? We refer to the School Admissions Code and explain the circumstances in which a school admission authority can and cannot refuse to admit a pupil in-year. We also look at local authorities' power to direct maintained schools to accept pupils.
- Who is responsible for in-year admissions applications?
- In-year applications: reasons for refusing admission
- In-year applications: pupils a school must admit
- Fair access protocols
- LA powers to direct admission: academies
- LA powers to direct admission: maintained schools
- Delaying in-year admissions
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