Full stakeholder consultation:
15th December 2021 to 26th January 2022
Consultation lead: Mrs. D. Kendall
Contact email: email@example.com
Contact address: St. Anselm’s Catholic Primary School, Littlebrook Manorway, Dartford, DA1 5EA.
St. Anselm’s Governing Body is its own admissions authority for St. Anselm’s Catholic Primary School.
The School Admissions Code requires admission authorities to consult on their admission arrangements and any supplementary information form whenever significant changes are proposed to the admission arrangements. It is also a requirement to consult at least once every seven years even if there have been no changes during that period.
We are therefore required to undertake a public consultation on our Admissions Policy 2023-24. In accordance with the School Admissions Code, the consultation period must run for a minimum of six weeks and take place between 1st October 2021 and 31st January 2022.
St. Anselm’s Catholic Primary School’s consultation period will run from 15th December 2021 to 26th January 2022.
The admissions authority must determine admission arrangements by 28th February 2022 and publish these on its website by 15th March 2022.
The proposed Admission Policy and Supplementary Information Form is available to view here.
Who can be involved in the consultation?
We invite comments from the following groups:
Our reason for consultation
This consultation is in accordance with the School Admissions Code which states consultations are mandatory when changes are proposed to admission arrangements. St. Anselm’s Catholic Primary will retain its PAN of 30.
Please email your comments regarding the proposed St. Anselm’s Catholic Primary School’s admission arrangements for 2023-24 to Mrs. D. Kendall at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, if you prefer, please write to us at St. Anselm’s Catholic Primary School, Admissions Consultation, Littlebrook Manorway, Dartford, DA1 5EA.
All comments must arrive before 3pm on 26th January 2022.
Your views are important to us and all comments raised during the consultation process will be given consideration before any decisions are made.