How to Apply
A consultation took place between 13th December 2019 and 31st January 2020 on the proposed admission arrangements for 2021 to 2022. Consultation included:
All parents notified by text message including a direct link to the policy
Admissions Policy sent to the Local Authority Admissions Manager
Admissions Policy sent to Local Schools and Nursery providers
Admission arrangements 2021/2022 leaflet available on the website
Please click here to read the determination letter.
There were no objections received following consultation and the proposed arrangements for 2021/2022 have now been formally determined by the Oasis Community Learning Board
The Governing Body of Oasis Academy Temple follow the admission procedures set by Manchester Local Authority. Please visit the Manchester Local Authority website for more information.
As the Admissions Authority for the community and voluntary controlled schools in Manchester, the Local Authority (LA) is required to draft, consult on and determine their admission arrangements. Where there are more applicants than places available, the LA will apply the admission arrangements in order to decide which applicants will be offered places.
Admission arrangements for voluntary aided schools, foundation schools, free schools and academies are set by their Governing Body, who are the Admission Authority for their establishment. They are responsible for drafting, consulting on and determining their admission arrangements. Copies of admissions arrangements for these types of schools/academies in Manchester can be found on the school/academy website and the LA’s website.
All parent/carers are required to apply to their home LA regards of where the school/academy they are applying is situated. Manchester residents will apply to Manchester LA. The LA will liaise with other Admissions Authorities in Manchester and other LAs where required. Manchester LA will inform parent/carers in writing of the outcome of their application.
Application forms are available from the Manchester Local Authority website and can be requested by phone on 0161 245 7166. They should be returned to:
Integrated Admissions Service
Manchester City Council
P.O. Box 532
These admission arrangements apply to applicants seeking a place in Reception up to Year 11 for the schools listed in appendix 1. Applications for admission to the sixth form or a nursery of a Manchester school/academy will be dealt with by the school/academy, not by the LA. Applicants should apply direct to the school for a sixth form or nursery place. The LA is obliged to include in these arrangements the following provisions that apply to parent/carers making applications for a place in Reception only:
The arrangements do not apply to those being admitted for nursery provision including nursery provision delivered in a co-located children’s centre;
Parent/carers of children who are admitted for nursery provision must apply for a place at the school/academy if they want their child to transfer to the reception class;
Attendance at the nursery or co-located children’s centre does not guarantee admission to the school/academy;
Parent/carers can request that the date their child is admitted to the school/academy is deferred until later in the school year or until the child reaches compulsory school age in that school year. Where entry is deferred, admission authorities must hold the place for that child and not offer it to another child. The parent would not however be able to defer entry beyond the beginning of the term after the child’s fifth birthday;
Parents can request that their child attends part-time until the child reaches compulsory school age.
The oversubscription criteria for when a school is full is:
Category 1 - children who are looked after by a local authority and children who were previously looked after by a local authority. Previously looked after children are children who were looked after, but ceased to be so because they were adopted (or became subject to a residence order or special guardianship order);
Category 2 - children with exceptional medical/social needs;
Category 3 - children with a sibling at the school;
Category 4 – all other children
Waiting lists will be held in criteria order according to the oversubscription criteria. Waiting lists will not be operated on a “first come, first served” basis. The amount of time an applicant is on a waiting list will not affect their position on it.
For the Primary Admissions Round a waiting list will be held up to the end of the autumn term. At this point applicants will be required to re apply for the school should they wish to stay on the waiting list.
For In Year applications, waiting lists will be held for the term in which the application was made. At the end of the term all applicants will be removed from all waiting lists. The only exception to this will be if the applicant has not been offered a place. In this circumstance the applicant will be kept on the waiting list for the next term. Details of the waiting list process will be on the application forms and on the offer letters sent to applicants.
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Tel: 0161 205 1932