top of page

A fresh start

for your child

at a new school

A fresh start

for your child

at a new school

In-Year School Admissions

All Ages

In-Year School Admissions

All Ages.

In-Year School Admissions

You can apply to change your child's school at any time during the school year. You don't have to be moving house in order to choose a different school for your child and sometimes moving mid-year (especially from January onwards) might be a good strategy to maximise your chance of a successful Admission. Schools may commence their year with a full roll, they may only retain a waiting list for the first term, and they may then lose one or more pupils from a year group. Thus a normal application may find that there is a place for your child when applying after National Offer Day may have been unsuccessful.

Parents moving area often find it difficult to choose a school for their child. Researching the quality of a school's teaching and the outcomes of their students takes much more than simply reading their latest OfSTED report.

 

Appeal My Place will help you where you have been refused a place at a school, but we're also here to help you find the best school available to your child in a new area. Contact us for support. We can find out all about the schools, their relative distance from where you intend to live and which ones are likely to be best to apply to.

Moving to a Different School

Moving to a different school

Take your place

Parent Testimonial

I am truly happy that she has a place in this school"

Mrs M.G. (North London)

"

"I am truly happy. My daughter has now been told and her reaction was certainly worth all the work and time that was put into securing a place. She has for the first time discussed many things regarding starting secondary school and the excitement in her now; honestly what a change of energy in her after a weekend of finding out, the happiness in her face is emotional for us as her parents.

I am truly thankful that she has a place in this school. My daughter has asked me to thank you as we sat down and explained what exactly we have been doing since offer day in order to get to where we are today."

The Appeals process works in the same way throughout the year as it does for the main 'season' after National Offer Day. If your application for an Admission is refused, you have the same right to an Appeal. The school must organise a three-member Independent Appeals Panel to hear your case.

Each Appeal Case that I prepare is unique to you and your child and I spend time to understand every aspect of your case. I will work closely together with you on your Appeal, with the information you provide, information I source from your preferred School and information from other useful sources available to me.

Whilst the process remains the same for mid-year appeals, there is sometimes a little 'flexibility' or discretion which can be negotiated with individual schools and sometimes with Local Education Authorities. I have significant experience in this aspect and, whilst there can never be a promise of a place at a specific school, there are a number of approaches available that may not mean a formal appeal is required.

Contact me to discuss your options. Your child's education is important and shouldn't be left to chance or to the ostensible authority of school Admission Officers.

You can apply to change your child's school at any time during the school year. You don't have to be moving house in order to choose a different school for your child and sometimes moving mid-year (especially from January onwards) might be a good strategy to maximise your chance of a successful Admission. Schools may commence their year with a full roll, they may only retain a waiting list for the first term, and they may then lose one or more pupils from a year group. Thus a normal application may find that there is a place for your child when applying after National Offer Day may have been unsuccessful.

Parents moving area often find it difficult to choose a school for their child. Researching the quality of a school's teaching and the outcomes of their students takes much more than simply reading their latest OfSTED report.

 

Appeal My Place will help you where you have been refused a place at a school, but we're also here to help you find the best school available to your child in a new area. Contact us for support. We can find out all about the schools, their relative distance from where you intend to live and which ones are likely to be best to apply to.

"I am truly happy. My daughter has now been told and her reaction was certainly worth all the work and time that was put into securing a place. She has for the first time discussed many things regarding starting secondary school and the excitement in her now; honestly what a change of energy in her after a weekend of finding out, the happiness in her face is emotional for us as her parents.

I am truly thankful that she has a place in this school. My daughter has asked me to thank you as we sat down and explained what exactly we have been doing since offer day in order to get to where we are today."

Parent Testimonial

"I am truly thankful that she has a place in this school."

Mrs S.G. (Central London)

Appeal My Place is available 7 Days a Week

0208 191 2023

enquiries@appealmyplace.uk 

The Appeals process works in the same way throughout the year as it does for the main 'season' after National Offer Day. If your application for an Admission is refused, you have the same right to an Appeal. The school must organise a three-member Independent Appeals Panel to hear your case.

Each Appeal Case that I prepare is unique to you and your child and I spend time to understand every aspect of your case. I will work closely together with you on your Appeal, with the information you provide, information I source from your preferred School and information from other useful sources available to me.

Whilst the process remains the same for mid-year appeals, there is sometimes a little 'flexibility' or discretion which can be negotiated with individual schools and sometimes with Local Education Authorities. I have significant experience in this aspect and, whilst there can never be a promise of a place at a specific school, there are a number of approaches available that may not mean a formal appeal is required.

Contact me to discuss your options. Your child's education is important and shouldn't be left to chance or to the ostensible authority of school Admission Officers.

Take your Place

bottom of page