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Admissions above the PAN

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Last updated on 29 November 2016
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Can schools admit pupils above the published admission number (PAN)? This article defines the PAN and looks at whether admission authorities can admit above this number. It also addresses how and when maintained schools and academies might be directed to admit above the PAN.

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  1. 1 Admission authorities may admit above the PAN
  2. 2 Challenging a direction to admit above the PAN
  3. 3 Admissions of twins and multiple birth children above the PAN

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