The Wolds Learning Partnership : Admission Arrangements for the 2022-23 School Year

The Trust Board of the Wolds Learning Partnership determined the Admission Arrangements for the 2022-2023 school year on 28 February 2021.

The Trust Board formally approved the following documents and approved the following admission numbers for the following schools:

Woldgate School and Sixth Form College: 208 places
Stamford Bridge Primary School : 45 places
Pocklington Junior School : 80 places
Melbourne Primary School : 24 places

How can I object to these arrangements? If you wish to object to these determined admission arrangements, you should do so to the Schools Adjudicator by 15 May 2021. Information about how to lodge an objection is available here at https://www.gov.uk/guidance/schools-adjudicator-make-an-objection-appeal-or-referral or you can contact the Office of the Schools Adjudicator by email at osa.team@schoolsadjudicator.gov.uk

Please note, appeals for entry into Reception or Year 7 to start Primary or Secondary School for the first time are usually held in the summer term after parent/carers have been notified of the refusal of a school place, commonly in June and July.

Woldgate School Admissions Policy 2022-2023

Melbourne Primary and Stamford Bridge Admissions Policy 2022-2023

Pocklington Junior School Admissions Policy 2022-2023

Woldgate School Catchment Map

Melbourne Primary School Catchment Map

Pocklington Junior School Catchment Map

Stamford Bridge Primary School Catchment Map

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