Children starting at secondary school in September
We split these children into four categories:
Children who are looked after by a council, or have been in the past.
Children with exceptional medical or social needs. You need to have given us evidence of this when you applied. We then decide if it is an exceptional need.
Children who have a brother or sister, that lives with them, who will be at the same school when they start. This includes adopted siblings, step-siblings and other foster children. We don’t include children in the sixth-form.
All other children, prioritised by how near the school they live, measured in a straight line.