Admissions at Florendine
1.1 Our Governing Body applies the regulations on admissions fairly and equally to all those who wish to attend this school. The School Standards and Framework Act 1998 introduced a new framework for school admissions as of September 2000. This was later revised in the Education Act of 2002. Our admissions policy conforms to the regulations that are set out in that Act and are further explained in the statutory School Admissions Code of Practice and the statutory Appeals Code of Practice. These were revised in January 2003 and came into force in September 2004.
2 Aims and objectives
2.1 We seek to be an inclusive school, welcoming children from all backgrounds and abilities.
2.2 All applications will be treated on merit, and in a sensitive manner.
2.3 The only restriction we place on entry is that of number. If the number of children applying for entry exceeds the places available or makes it difficult to provide appropriate resources, we adopt the procedure set out below to determine whether a child is to be accepted or not. It is our wish for parents to find a place for their child at the school of their choice. However, this is not always possible, due to excess demand on the places available.
2.4 A child’s level of ability is irrelevant to this school’s admissions policy, as are any special needs the child may have.
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