The Stockwood Park Admissions Policy
Click here for the 2018/19 policy.
Click here for the 2017/18 policy.
Click here for the 2016/17 policy.
Admission to a Shared Learning Trust Academy falls into one of two categories, but in all circumstances admission is subject to the statutory Admissions Code, which can be found by following the link below to the Department for Education website:
1. Admission to a year group starting in September of the current academic year –NORMAL ADMISSIONS ROUND
Application for admission to start in Year 7 for September 2018 – the Normal Admissions Round for 2018-19, is managed by the local authority’s admissions team, whose address can be found below. The closing date for applications has now expired and late submission may affect your chances of securing a place in Year 7 at the academy. However, any late applications submitted after this date will still be processed by the authority.
2. Admission to a year group after the starting date for that academic year (ie. September) – IN-YEAR ADMISSION
All in-year admissions to a Shared Learning Trust academy are managed by The Shared Learning Trust Central Admissions Team, c/o The Chalk Hills Academy, Leagrave High Street, Luton LU4 0NE. Therefore parents wishing to apply for a place at a Shared Learning Trust academy, after the academic year has started , should click here for the form to complete and return it directly to the address above.
If the year group applied for is full (over-subscribed), an application for admission may be unsuccessful and parents will be advised of this as soon as possible. In such circumstances parents will need to consider alternatives and are advised to seek clarification and/or advice from the academy on 01582 601221 or from Luton Borough Council Education Department.
Luton Borough Council
Telephone: 01582 548016
Further information about choosing an academy can be found on the Department for Education website: http://www.education.gov.uk
Please contact the academy if you require any clarification on our admission policy.
Refusal of a place at a Shared Learning Trust Academy does not affect the parental right to appeal – details of which can be found below and also by following the link below to the Department for Education website.
Appeal Forms Parents and Carers whose application for a place at a Shared Learning Trust Academy has been unsuccessful and who wish to appeal against that decision should do so by clicking here to download the form and submitting it to the to the address above.
On receipt of their written appeal, all appellants will be notified of the date and time of their hearing within statutory timescales and no later than 10 days in advance of the scheduled hearing date. Decision letters will be sent to parents/carers within 5 days of the appeal having been heard.