Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

Norfolk parents find out about Primary School places

Norfolk parents find out about Primary School places

Kent County Council says 15,426 families were offered their first preference school, which accounts for nearly 90% of all applications.A total of 16,843 families were offered one of their three preferences.

ECC have confirmed they have been able to offer over 88 per cent of pupils their parent's first preference of school.

New post primary schools for Enfield and the Laytown/Drogheda area and a new primary school for Dunshaughlin were announced by Education Minister Richard Bruton today as part of the Department's plan to establish 42 new schools over the next four years. This is a reduction of over half since 2012 when 818 children required a local authority allocation to a school with places.

The right to an independent appeal is open to anyone who has not received an offer at one of their preferred schools.

As a result, the fewest number of families ever will be allocated a school they did not name, with 390 children assigned a school by Kent County Council.

Parents can also log in after 5pm to view the offer online.

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If you applied on line you an check which school your child is going to here: https://admissions.wiltshire.gov.uk whilst those who applied by post will have their decision sent to them via post. There are still places available at schools across Kent.

Parents will have until Monday, May 14 to accept or refuse their offer and return waiting list forms.

You can also appeal that refusal but you have to send it off by 3rd May - here's what you need to do.

KCC will reallocate places from schools' waiting lists, sending out a second round of offers on Friday, June 15. East Meath Deputy and Fianna Fail spokesperson on Education, Thomas Byrne has called for clarification on where this propsoed new regional secondary school will to be located as soon as possible so that parents can make an informed choice.

More information on ECC admissions can be found on their website.

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