School Appeals in Manchester
School Admissions - Your Rights
If you have applied for a school place for your child at a school in Manchester, and that application has been refused, you have a right to appeal against that refusal.
How to appeal
If you want to make an admission appeal please download and complete the admissions appeals form.
The Education appeals service in Manchester hears appeals by parents concerning the school that a child will attend. Normally these are appeals where a child has not been given a place at one of the parents' preferred schools.
The School Admissions Appeals Service in Manchester makes arrangements for the appeals for almost all the publicly funded schools in Manchester. The schools the service does not support are: King David Primary School, King David High School, The Manchester Academy, The East Manchester Academy, William Hulme Grammar School Academy, and Wright Robinson Specialist College. If you want to appeal about an admission for one of these schools you must contact the school directly.
Independent School Appeals Service
PO Box 532
Telephone: 0161 234 3038
Fax: 0161 274 7017
If you want to make an admission appeal, please download, complete, and return the school admissions appeal form.