UK Secondary Applications... Closing Soon!

Don’t miss the deadline for secondary school applications in England – which is Monday, October 31 2022. All parents applying to a state school in England need to apply through their local authority to apply for places...
UK Secondary Applications... Closing Soon!
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If your child is due to start secondary school in September 2023, you’ll need to submit your application for a place by Monday, October 31 2022.

All parents applying to a state school in England need to apply through their local authority to apply for places at their chosen secondary schools. You can find your local authority by entering your postcode here.

You will be asked to list the schools you are applying for by order of preference and supply proof of your address as part of the online application process.

Anyone currently living overseas who wants to apply for a state-funded school place must have a right of abode in the UK (have a British passport, be a British citizen etc). If you do not, then you will need to apply to an independent (also known as a private or public) school, which charges tuition fees.

Visit whichschooladvisor.com/uk for independent reviews on some of the most popular senior schools in the UK for international students, as well as some of the leading state secondary schools and sixth from colleges, with information including curriculum, fees, facilities and exam results.
Read more: UK's Top 20 State and Independent Schools for Oxbridge

School places are allocated in line with published admissions criteria on your local education authority’s website.

You will be notified of your child's school place by post or by email on National Offer Day for secondary schools, which is March 1 2023. Any applications that arrive late will be considered after those which were submitted by the deadline.

Read more: Here’s what to expect on National Offer Day – and what to do if you don’t get your first choice.

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