Admissions to schools in Suffolk for the 2022/2023 school year

Between 1 October and 12 November 2020, Suffolk County Council asked your views about its proposed admission arrangements for the 2022/2023 school year.

You can find details of these admission arrangements below. The proposals included plans to:

  • amend the oversubscription criteria for voluntary controlled schools. A family and/or child must be practising members of the Church of England (or other church within the Worldwide Anglican Communion) for a minimum period of one year for this criteria to apply. There is also clarification on what to do if churches are closed due to COVID-19.
  • treat a twin, triplet or other multiple birth as siblings as soon as a school named on the Education, Health and Care plan. This does not apply to siblings of children in a specialist unit or a specialist resource base for Hearing Impaired provision or a nursery, because they do not meet the sibling definition in the oversubscription criteria.

Download the Summary of the proposed admission arrangements to schools in Suffolk for the 2022/2023 school year. This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. Request an accessible format.

We also published the Full Proposed Admission Arrangements for 2022/2023. This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. Find out how to request an accessible format.

The consultation is now closed.

Admission arrangements to voluntary aided, free schools and academies

The governing body or academy trust of voluntary aided, free schools and academies are responsible for admissions to their schools. If you want to view the arrangements for these schools, you should contact the school directly.