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Admission arrangements for the Northallerton area
The Northallerton area includes the towns of Bedale, Catterick, Easingwold, Hawes, Leyburn, Northallerton, Richmond, Stokesley and Thirsk, and the rural areas surrounding those towns.
It stretches from Shipton-by-Beningbrough in the south (which borders the City of York Council), to Croft in the north (which borders Darlington Council), and Great Ayton in the north east (which borders Redcar and Cleveland Council), to Arkengarthdale in the north west (which borders Cumbria County Council).
Secondary schools in the local area
Allertonshire School and Northallerton College serve children living in the areas covered by Ainderby Steeple CE, Applegarth, Appleton Wiske, Brompton, Broomfield, Bullamoor Junior, East Cowton CE, Great Smeaton, Kirkby Fleetham CE, Mill Hill, Osmotherley, Romanby, Sacred Heart RC, South Otterington CE Primary Schools and including some areas served by Croft CE, Ingleby Arncliffe CE, Knayton CE and North & South Cowton Primary Schools.
Bedale School serves children living in the areas covered by Aiskew Leeming Bar CE, Bedale CE, Burneston CE, Crakehall CE, Hackforth & Hornby CE, Hunton & Arrathorne, Leeming & Londonderry, Leeming RAF, Masham CE, Masham, Kell Bank CE, Snape, St Nicholas CE and Thornton Watlass CE Primary Schools.
Easingwold School serves children living in the areas covered by Alne Primary, Crayke CE, Easingwold, Forest of Galtres Anglican/Methodist, Huby CE, Hustwaite CE, Linton on Ouse, Sheriff Hutton, Stillington and Sutton on the Forest CE Primary Schools.
Richmond School serves children living in the areas covered by Arkengarthdale CE, Barton CE, Brompton on Swale CE, Eppleby Forcett CE, Gunnerside Methodist, Melsonby Methodist, Middleton Tyas CE, Ravensworth CE, Reeth, Richmond CE, Richmond Methodist, Richmond St Mary's RC, St Mary's CE Bolton on Swale Primary Schools and including some areas served by Croft CE and North & South Cowton Primary Schools.
Risedale Sports & Community College serves children living in the areas covered by Catterick Garrison Carnagill, Catterick Garrison Wavell Junior, Colburn, Hipswell, Le Cateau and Michael Syddall CE Primary Schools.
Stokesley School serves children living in the areas covered by Bilsdale, Midcable Chopgate CE, Carlton & Faceby CE, Great Ayton Roseberry, Hutton Rudby, Ingleby Greenhow CE, Kirkby & Great Broughton CE, Stokesley, Swainby & Potto CE Primary Schools and including some areas served by Ingleby Arncliffe CE Primary School.
Thirsk School serves children living in the areas covered by Alanbrooke, All Saints RC, Baldersby St James CE, Carlton Miniott, Dishforth CE, Pickhill CE, Sessay CE, South Kilvington CE, Sowerby, Thirsk, Topcliffe CE Primary Schools and including some areas served by Knayton CE Primary School.
The Wensleydale School serves children living in the areas covered by Askrigg, Bainbridge CE, Hawes, Leyburn, Middleham CE, Spennithorne CE and West Burton Primary Schools.
Voluntary aided schools
St Francis Xavier School. You can get more details and a school prospectus from the headteacher of the school.
Admission to sixth forms
We have made arrangements for pupils who go to schools for 11 to 16-year-olds, who want to continue at school and for whom a suitable course can be provided, to transfer to sixth forms of schools with which we have linked the 11 to 16 school. Sixth form places are provided at:
The sixth form admissions policies for community, voluntary-controlled, voluntary-aided, foundation, trust schools and academies can be found on our website here or on the schools' websites.
Voluntary-aided, foundation, trust schools and academy policies
Details of the admission policies for all voluntary-aided, foundation, trust schools and academies, within North Yorkshire, can be found here.
Information about schools
On the following pages are tables showing more detailed information about the secondary schools in the Northallerton area, including the provision of sixth form education.
The age range of children, the total number of pupils registered at the school in January 2012, the published admission number (PAN), the sixth form PAN, the total number of applications received for the academic year 2012/2013 and the total number of pupils allocated on 1 March 2012 are shown.
You can get more details and a school prospectus from the head teacher of any school you are interested in.