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What should I do if I am a parent living outside North Yorkshire and would like my child to go to a North Yorkshire community or controlled school?
You should apply through your home local authority (even if your child goes to a North Yorkshire primary school).
You should return your application form to that authority, naming the North Yorkshire school you would like your child to go to. We will work with your home local authority in considering your preferences under our coordinated admission arrangements.
Your application will be considered in the same way as those applications from North Yorkshire parents. We cannot guarantee that we will be able to give your child a place at a school in North Yorkshire, so you should also consider applying for a school in your home local authority's area, as they are responsible for providing an education for your child.
If we can offer you a place, your home local authority will write to you on our behalf.