Newham

School admissions statutory consultation

In accordance with the School Admissions (Admission Arrangements and Co-ordination of Admission Arrangements) (England) Regulations 2012 the London Borough of Newham is consulting on its proposed school admission arrangements for September 2019 onwards.​​
​These arrangements and oversubscription criteria are for all Newham community* and voluntary controlled schools (infant, junior, primary and secondary):

Eastlea Community School, Kingsford Community School, Lister Community School, Little Ilford School, Plashet School, Rokeby School, The Cumberland School, The Royal Docks Community School and Sarah Bonnell School 

Altmore Infant School, Avenue Primary School, Brampton Primary School, Calverton Primary School, Carpenter’s Primary School, Central Park Primary School, Colegrave Primary School, Dersingham Primary School, Ellen Wilkinson Primary School, Elmhurst Primary School, Essex Primary School, Gallions Primary School, Godwin Junior School, Grange Primary School, Hallsville Primary School, Keir Hardie Primary School, Lathom Junior School, Manor Primary School, Maryland Primary School, Nelson Primary School, New City Primary School, North Beckton Primary School, Odessa Infant School, Park Primary School, Plaistow Primary School, Roman Road Primary School, School 21, St. James’ CoE Primary School, St. Stephen’s Primary School, Salisbury Primary School, Sandringham Primary School, Scott Wilkie Primary School, Shaftesbury Primary School, Sir John Heron Primary School, Southern Road Primary School, Star Primary School, School, Vicarage Primary School, West Ham Church Primary School, William Davies Primary School, Winsor Primary School and Woodgrange Infant School      

*For any of the community schools listed above who are in the process of converting to an academy during the consultation period they have indicated they will be adopting the arrangements determined (set) by this consultation.
  
The academies and free schools listed below who propose to continue to adopt the local authorities arrangements:

Bobby Moore Academy, Brampton Manor Academy, Forest Gate Community School, Langdon Academy, Oasis Academy Silvertown  

Britannia Village Primary School, Cleves Primary School, Curwen Primary School, Drew Primary School, Earlham Primary School, Gainsborough Primary School, Hartley Primary School, Kaizen Primary School, Kensington Primary School, Monega Primary School, Portway Primary School, Ranelagh Primary School, Ravenscroft Primary School, Rosetta Primary School, Selwyn Primary School, Sheringham Academy, Tollgate Primary School, Upton Cross Primary 

The academies located within the London Borough of Newham listed below propose to adopt the the arrangements determined (set) by this consultation but will not be adopting the oversubscription criteria and will continue to use their own.

East London Science School, London Design and Engineering – University Technical College, St. Angela’s Ursuline School, St. Bonaventure’s Catholic Comprehensive School and Stratford School Academy.  

 
 

Consultation period

Stratford School Academy

It is duly recognised that the statutory consultation period has passed and the arrangements for both 2018 and 2019 have been determined. However to meet the LB Newham’s urgent need for specialist resource provision, Stratford School Academy was one of five schools identified to deliver these places. In order for the academy to prioritise admission of SLCN SEN children with high need funding who do not have an Education Health Care Plan to this new SLCN specialist provision a change is required to the over subscription element of their Admission Arrangements.         

We would request that you recognise the importance and view this as an accepted late change to their Determined Admission Arrangements as Stratford School Academy’s actions are being carried out in full support of LB Newham’s specialist provision building programme.  

School admissions statutory consultation  

In accordance with the School Admissions (Admission Arrangements and Co-ordination of Admission Arrangements) (England) Regulations 2012 the Stratford School Academy (located in LB Newham) are consulting on a change to their determined Admission arrangements for September 2018 onwards. 

This proposed change will align Stratford School Academy with other schools located within the LB Newham with resource provisions, who priortise the admission of SEN pupils in receipt of high needs funding where local authority SEN Officers identify the resource provision as the school closest to their home who can best meet their special education needs.    

Admission consultation period: Monday 14 May 2018 to 5pm on Friday 25 May 2018     


A parallel public consultation process as set out in the Department for Education ‘Making significant changes to an open academy​’ is also being carried out.  
            

Your opinion is important to Stratford School Academy and LB Newham

This is a consultation process that gives you your say in how Stratford School Academy offer school places. Having your say will help you to continue to build your personal resilience on matters that affect you and/or your community. 

Respond to this consultation

If you would like to participate in this consultation please tell us if you agree or disagree and where you disagree your reason why. All comments will be given serious consideration before we determine (set) our arrangements.

Contact Us

For further information you can email us at F.Begum@stratfordschoolacademy.org​ 

You can also write to:
F. Begum, PA to the Head Teacher
Stratford School Academy
Upton Lane
Forest Gate
London E7 9PR

To be considered all comments must include the authors name, address and signature. ​


 
 

Proposed Arrangements

Your opinion is important to us

This is a formal consultation process that gives you your say in how we offer school places within the borough.  Having your say will help you to build your personal resilience on matters that affect you and/or your community.       

Respond to this consultation

If you would like to participate in this consultation please tell us if you agree or disagree and where you disagree your reason why. All comments will be given serious consideration before we determine (set) our arrangements.

Email your response to pupil.services@newham.gov.uk​

 
 

Contact Us

For further information you can email us at pupil.services@newham.gov.uk or call 020 8430 2000.

You can also write to:
Pupil Services 
London Borough of Newham
PO Box 69972
London
E16 9DG 
 
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