Admission arrangements 2022-23
Cornwall Council is the admission authority for:
- community schools; and
- voluntary-controlled schools.
This means it must set the admission arrangements for these schools.
All other schools are responsible for setting and publishing their own admission arrangements. These schools are:
- free schools
- foundation schools
- trust schools
- voluntary-aided schools
This is because the academy trust or governing body is the admission authority for the school. They must publish their arrangements on their school website.
Cornwall Council also sets Co-ordinated Admissions Schemes annually. This is because Cornwall Council must co-ordinate applications to all state-funded schools in Cornwall. The schemes set out the processes that the Council will follow.
Admission arrangements for community and voluntary-controlled schools 2022/23
The admission arrangements for community and voluntary-controlled schools 2022/23 can be seen here.
The arrangements apply to the following schools:
Infant and primary schools :
- Bosvigo School
- Burraton School
- Calstock CP School
- Cubert School
- Devoran School
- Flushing CE Primary School
- Fourlanesend CP School
- Goonhavern Primary School
- Gorran School
- Kea CP School
- Marlborough School
- Mylor Bridge CP School
- Penpol School
- Perran-ar-worthal CP School
- St Erme with Trispen CP School
- St Germans Primary School
- St Mary’s C of E School, Truro
- St Neot CP School
- St Stephens (Saltash) Community Primary School
- Stithians CP School
- Stoke Climsland School
- Torpoint Nursery & Infant School
- Carbeile Junior School
- St Ives Junior School
- Richard Lander School
Admission arrangements for academy, foundation, trust and voluntary-aided schools 2022/23
Arrangements for these schools will be available here before 7 September 2021. They should also be found on an individual school's website from the end of February 2021. Questions about the arrangements should be directed to the school.
Co-ordinated Schemes - how applications will be processed
Cornwall Council sets Co-ordinated Admissions Schemes annually. This is because Cornwall Council must co-ordinate applications to all state-funded schools in Cornwall. The schemes set out the processes that the Council will follow. The Scheme can be seen here:
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