Additional Information

Co-ordinated Admission Schemes

All Councils are required to have in place a scheme for co-ordinating admission applications to schools within their area.    

Co-ordinated schemes are intended to simplify the admission process for parents whilst reducing the likelihood of any child being left without a school place. Co-ordination establishes a mechanism that ensures that, as far as is reasonably practicable, every parent of a child living in a Council area who has applied to a maintained school or academy is sent one, and only one, offer of a school place by their 'home' Council (the Council where they live).   

You can download copies of our co-ordinated admission schemes from the links below:       

Fair Access Protocol

Fair Access Protocols (formerly referred to as ‘hard to place pupil protocols’) exist to ensure that access to education is secured quickly for children who have no school place, and to ensure that all schools in an area admit their fair share of children with challenging behaviour. Along with devolved funding and responsibility for alternative provision, an agreed protocol encourages schools to work together in partnership to improve behaviour and tackle persistent absence.

You can download a copy of our current Fair Access Protocol or you can request that a copy be sent to you by contacting the School Admissions service at Rutland County Council, Catmose, Oakham, Rutland LE15 6HP or by telephoning 01572 722 577. You may also email a request for the protocol to admissions@rutland.gov.uk    

Admissions data for Rutland

Local Authority Report on School Admissions

It is a requirement of the School Admissions Code that each local authority produces an annual report on admissions for all schools in their area for which they co-ordinate admissions. The report must be published locally and a copy sent to the Schools Adjudicator by 30 June each year.  The most recent report for Rutland County Council can be found below:

Offers made for secondary school and primary school - Rutland v National

Each year the Department for Education collects information from local authorities about the number of children who received offers at their preferred schools.  This information can be found in the table below:

Catchment Areas for Rutland schools

Rutland Primary Schools

Details of the catchment areas for Rutland primary schools can be found on the maps below and within the individual school's admission arrangements which can be viewed within the Admission Arrangements area of our website.  Please note that not all Rutland primary schools have a catchment area. 

Rutland Secondary Schools

Details of the catchment areas for Rutland secondary schools can be found within the individual school's admission arrangements, which can be viewed on the Admission Arrangements area of our website.  Please note that not all Rutland secondary schools have a catchment area.

Ofsted School Inspections

 

As a result of the introduction of the Education Inspection Framework in September 2019, Ofsted are changing the way they inspect and report on schools.  Full details are available on the Gov.uk website
 

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