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Who makes decisions about admissions?
The local authority makes the decision about community and voluntary controlled schools. Admissions to voluntary-aided, foundation, trust schools and academies are controlled by the governing body or the academy trust of the school, though we coordinate admissions on their behalf and will make the offer of a place.
If you live in North Yorkshire and want to apply for a faith school, you need to fill in our common application form. Please contact the school to find out if they require a supplementary information form to be completed.
We will apply our coordinated admissions scheme and will offer you a place at your highest preference school with a place available.
Headteachers cannot offer your child a place or guarantee the availability of a place at their school.