Proposed Local Authority Admission Arrangements, Published Admissions Numbers and Coordinated Admissions Scheme for September 2021/2022

Closed 27 Jan 2020

Opened 16 Dec 2019

Feedback Updated 4 Dec 2017

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School Admissions (Fair Access and Attendance)
0121 303 1888
admissionsconsultation@birmingham.gov.uk

Overview

Birmingham City Council consults on the proposed published admission arrangements and proposed published admissions numbers for community and voluntary controlled schools as their admissions authority. Birmingham City Council also consults on its scheme for the coordinated admissions to schools and academies in its area for the following academic year when changes are proposed.

 

 

Why We Are Consulting

When admission authorities propose changes to their current admission arrangements, they must consult on those changes for a minimum of six weeks. This consultation period allows parents, other schools, religious authorities and the local community to raise any concerns about their proposed admission arrangements.

Admission authorities must consult with:

• parents of children between the ages of two and eighteen;
• other persons in the relevant area who in the opinion of the admission authority have an interest in the proposed admissions;
• all other admission authorities within the relevant area (except that primary schools need not consult secondary schools);
• whichever of the governing body and the local authority who are not the admission authority;
• any adjoining neighbouring local authorities where the admission authority is the local authority; and
• in the case of schools designated with a religious character, the body or person representing the religion or religious denomination.

What Happens Next

Any objections or comments will be considered when Birmingham Local Authority determines its admissions arrangements before 28 February following the end of the consultation period.  

Areas

  • ACOCKS GREEN
  • ASTON
  • BARTLEY GREEN
  • BILLESLEY
  • BORDESLEY GREEN
  • BOURNVILLE
  • BRANDWOOD
  • CITY CENTRE
  • CITY-WIDE
  • EDGBASTON
  • ERDINGTON
  • HALL GREEN
  • HANDSWORTH WOOD
  • HARBORNE
  • HODGE HILL
  • KINGS NORTON
  • KINGSTANDING
  • LADYWOOD
  • LONGBRIDGE
  • LOZELLS AND EAST HANDSWORTH
  • MOSELEY AND KINGS HEATH
  • NECHELLS
  • NORTHFIELD
  • OSCOTT
  • PERRY BARR
  • QUINTON
  • SELLY OAK
  • SHARD END
  • SHELDON
  • SOHO
  • SOUTH YARDLEY
  • SPARKBROOK
  • SPRINGFIELD
  • STECHFORD AND YARDLEY NORTH
  • STOCKLAND GREEN
  • SUTTON FOUR OAKS
  • SUTTON NEW HALL
  • SUTTON TRINITY
  • SUTTON VESEY
  • TYBURN
  • WASHWOOD HEATH
  • WEOLEY

Audiences

  • All residents
  • Asylum Seekers and Refugees
  • Minority Ethnic people
  • Carers
  • Young people
  • Older people
  • Disabled people
  • Children
  • Council tenants
  • Women
  • Councillors/MPs/MEPs
  • Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender people
  • Children in Care/looked after
  • Gypsies/Travellers
  • Internet users
  • Parents/Carers/Guardians
  • Older people
  • Patients
  • People with Disabilities
  • People with Learning Disabilities
  • Men
  • Students
  • Visitors/tourists
  • Homeless
  • Offenders
  • People’s panel
  • Victims of Crime
  • Cyclists
  • Motor Vehicle Drivers
  • Pedestrians
  • Local Residents
  • Age All
  • Public Sector Bodies
  • Businesses
  • Faith groups
  • Community groups
  • Voluntary Organisations
  • Staff
  • Service user groups
  • Newly arrived groups

Interests

  • Communications
  • Democracy and Participation
  • Children & Young People
  • Faith & Religion
  • Children’s Centres
  • Early Years
  • Education