Please take a look at Graham School’s Admissions Policies below:
You can also see NYCC’s Co-ordinated Admissions Arrangements for Graham School 2020-21 here.
The planned number of places (Published Admission Number – PAN) for each year group in September 2022 is 240.
The Hope Sentamu Learning Trust (HSLT) Trust Board have determined their admissions arrangements for 2023 – 2024.
Following determination of arrangements, any objections to those arrangements must be made to the Schools Adjudicator. Objections to admission arrangements must be referred to the Schools Adjudicator by 15th May in the determination year.
Please follow this link to object to the schools adjudicator regarding a school’s admission arrangements: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/objection-to-school-admission-arrangements
Post: OSA, Bishopsgate House, Feethams, Darlington, DL1 5QE
You can object to the schools adjudicator because you consider a school’s admission arrangements:
If your concerns are about the admission arrangements for a year other than the 2023 to 2024 academic year, make it clear to which year’s arrangements you are referring.
Primary School Students
The Local Authority will contact families of Year 5 children in June and provide you with information on how to apply for a secondary school place. In March of Year 6 you will be offered a place at a secondary school. At this point, Graham School will contact all families who have been offered a place with them for the following September.
Graham School usually feeds from a set catchment area that, as a general guide, includes children who live in areas served by the following schools:
And parts of the catchment areas of:
Currently, as primary school numbers in these areas are relatively low, Graham School also has places available for children who live outside of the normal catchment area. Graham School currently also has students who transferred from the following primary schools:
Local Authority’s Co-ordinated Admission Scheme
Graham School participates in the Local Authority’s Co-ordinated Admission Scheme for in-year admissions. If parents/carers wish to apply for a school place, applications can be made at: https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/apply-place-primary-or-secondary-school
Full details of North Yorkshire County Council’s in-year admissions process is available at: https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/changing-schools-and-year-applications
The right to appeal
By law, if your child is refused a place at your preferred school, you have the right to appeal against that decision to an independent panel.
Further detail is available at: https://www.northyorks.gov.uk/appeal-school-place
Please see our SEND page for more information.
The determination of admission arrangements for Voluntary Aided, Foundation, Academy, UTC and Free Schools is a matter for the schools’ governing bodies as the admission authority for the school. Any comments relating to a Voluntary Aided, Foundation, Academy, UTC or Free Schools should be addressed directly to the school in question.
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