Normal admission round and make an application, result of application, unsuccessful in gaining a place, not happy with allocated school and missed the application deadline.
Normal admissions are when a child is starting school for the first time, transferring from an infant to a junior school at the end of year 2, or transferring from a primary school to a secondary education at the end of year 6.
More detailed information about schools and admission is available in the booklets below:
You can read a description of the different types of school eg. academies, free schools, faith schools, city technology colleges, state boarding schools and private schools on the GOV.UK website:
GOV.UK - types of school-overview (external website)
The normal admissions round for first admission to infant, primary, junior and secondary school places for September 2019 will commence in September 2018 and more information about this process will be published closer to that date.
For the 2018-19 admissions round the closing date for applications for first admission to infant, primary or junior school was 15 January 2018. The closing date for secondary applications was 31 October 2017.
The results for secondary school applications made during the 2018-19 admissions round will be sent to parents on 1 March 2018.
The results of infant and junior school applications and the applications for school places for children who were born between 1 September 2013 and 31 August 2014, made during the 2018-19 admissions round, will be sent to parents on 16 April 2018.
A summary of primary school allocations for 2017-2018 can be found by clicking on the link below:
Summary of Primary School Allocations 2017-2018 (pdf 84kb opens in new window)
A summary of secondary school allocations for 2017-2018 can be found by clicking on the link below:
Summary of secondary school allocations 2017-2018 (pdf 120kb opens in new window)
Below is information about what happened in the previous admissions round, including which schools were over-subscribed and what categories of children were given places under the schools' admission arrangements.
All children living in the East Riding of Yorkshire whose parents apply for a school place will be given a school place. If a place cannot be given at a school named on the application form, the School Admissions Team will first try to give your child a place at your catchment area school. If this is not possible, the School Admissions Team will identify the nearest school in the East Riding of Yorkshire with a place available.
Waiting lists are maintained for places in the normal year of entry at East Riding of Yorkshire infant, junior, primary and secondary schools which are over-subscribed. A child’s name will be automatically put on the waiting list for a place at a school if the child has not been given a place at a school ranked as a higher preference.
Waiting lists are renewed at the beginning of the autumn term. If you want your child’s name to remain on the waiting list until the end of the autumn term, you must contact the School Admissions Teamin September.
Waiting lists for the normal year of entry are then deleted at the end of the autumn term in December and are no longer used. Waiting lists are not used for any other year groups.
Applicants refused a place at a school for their child will be given the right to appeal. Appeals will be heard by independent admission appeal panels.
You can find out more from the School Admission Appeals page.
You will not be able to apply online for a school place after the closing dates.
You should contact the School Admissions Team at:
Telephone: (01482) 392100 for advice on what you should do.