ADMISSIONS

Process of application

Arrangements for applications for places in Years 7 - 11 at De Aston School will be made in accordance with Lincolnshire County Council's co-ordinated admission arrangements; parents resident in Lincolnshire can apply online at lincolnshire.gov.uk/schooladmissions, and parents resident in other areas must apply through their home local authority.  De Aston School will use the Lincolnshire County Council's timetable published online for these applications and the relevant Local Authority will make the offers of places on their behalf as required by the School Admissions Code.

Admissions Policy - 2017/18

Admissions Policy - 2018/19

 

Consultation on school admissions arrangements for 2019-2020

We are consulting on the school's admissions arrangements for admission from September 2019.

Proposed Admissions Policy

Please direct any comments to Mrs Alice McNeill on 01673 843415 or via admissions@de-aston.lincs.sch.uk

Consultation Deadline

4:00pm Monday 18th December 2017

 

Appeals Timetable

The information provided is for the 2017 main intakes for Year 7.

Offer day: 1 March 2017

Deadline for us to receive an appeal: Noon 29 March 2017

Begin hearing appeals: 02 May 2017

Finish hearing appeals: 03 July 2017

We hear appeals in office hours during school term time.

Where there are several appeals we will always try to group them together.

In planning appeals we will try to hear them in the order parents prefer and avoid times when parents tell us they are unavailable, but this is not always possible where there are several appeals for the same school.

Appeals received after the deadline will still be heard though may not be heard with those appeals received before the deadline.

It is important to submit your appeal as soon as possible so that it can be heard at the first available opportunity.

It is also in your best interests to do this as decisions are made after each set of appeals and no account will be taken of any appeals not yet heard.

It is therefore possible that if your appeal is not heard until a later date, decisions will already have been made by the Appeal Panel which could have resulted in an increase in the number of pupils attending the school.

For further information please see lincolnshire.gov.uk/schooladmissions