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Admission to Year 7 2018-19

Broadlands is able to admit 150 students into Year 7 (our standard number) for 2018/19. Please click on the link below to access our admission arrangements for 2018/19.

Admission Arrangements 2018-2019

To assist parents in their decision making, the following events will take place at Broadlands Academy:

Open Evening: Thursday 28 September 2017 (time to be confirmed)

A great opportunity to visit the Academy, meet students and staff and enjoy some exciting activities. The Principal will also give a presentation during the evening. The timing of this will be confirmed in due course.

Open Mornings: Dates to be confirmed

Come and view the Academy during a normal school day. 


How to apply for a Year 7 place at Broadlands Academy for September 2018

Children born between 1 September 2006 and 31 August 2007 may transfer to secondary education in September 2018.


You will need to complete your home Local Authority’s (the Council where you are liable for Council Tax) Common Application Form. This is found electronically by following the link for Secondary School Admissions 2017 on your home Local Authority website.

Children already in school have a Unique Identification Number (UID) and your home Local Authority will have contacted you with this information. The UID number can then be used to make an application on-line as this makes the application process easier for you. You can make your on-line transfer application for a Secondary school place from 1 September 2017 to 31 October 2017.

You can apply for the school of your choice regardless of whether or not that school is in your home Local Authority. Once you have logged on, you will be given choices of the schools in your home Local Authority. If you live outside of Bath & North East Somerset (B&NES), there will be an arrow that you can click on which will identify the other Local Authority’s in your locality. This will include B&NES. You will then need to click on ‘Schools’ and the list of schools in the B&NES Authority will appear and this will include Broadlands Academy. The only way to guarantee a place at Broadlands Academy is to select us as first preference.

If you would like support in making your application, you are welcome to contact us and make an appointment and we will be happy to assist you with the process on-line. Alternatively, if you wish to contact your home local authority please see contact details below.

For Bath & North East Somerset residents:

To talk to someone about school admissions, telephone 01225 394312, email admissions_transport@bathnes.gov.uk or write to PO Box 25, Riverside, Keynsham, Bristol BS31 IDN.

https://capita.bathnes.gov.uk/CCSEnterprise_Admissionsonline_LIVE

 

For Bristol residents: 

To talk to someone about school admissions, telephone 0117 9037694, email school.admissions@bristol.gov.uk or write to School Admissions, Bristol City Council, PO Box 57, College House, College Green, Bristol BS99 7EB. Further information can be found on the Bristol council website at

http://www.bristol-cyps.org.uk/schools/admissions

 

For South Gloucestershire residents: 

To talk to someone about school admissions, telephone 01454 868008 or email cis@southglos.gov.uk.

Further information can be found on the South Gloucestershire website at

http://www.southglos.gov.uk/Pages/Topic%20Pages/Children%20and%20Young%20People/School-admissions.aspx

 

For admission appeals, please click on the link below:

Admission Appeals

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