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Co-ordinated admission scheme
All Local Authorities are required to have a scheme to co-ordinate admissions to all schools and academies in their area (except private or independent schools). Find out details of Nottingham City Council's co-ordinated admissions scheme.
The co-ordinated scheme for admission to primary and secondary schools is an administrative process to ensure that every parent or carer resident in Nottingham City who has applied for a school place for their child in the normal admissions round receives, where possible, a single offer of a school place on the same day.
The co-ordinated scheme is intended to make admission to school easier, more transparent and less stressful for all parents and carers. You can find copies of the schemes by following the links below. (Please note that requests for in-year applications [i.e. transfers outside the time of normal transfer from one stage of education to another] are currently co-ordinated by the Local Authority but this may change for September 2013 admissions following the publication of the 2012 School Admissions code. Details of any changes to the in-year co-ordinated scheme will be included on this page prior to September 2013).