Admission arrangements including consultation on 2022/23

Admission arrangements

How admission arrangements are agreed for the council's schools, church voluntary aided schools and academies.

Consultation on proposed admission arrangements

Admission to schools in Solihull for children starting school from 1 September 2022 onwards

Every year the admission arrangements for schools and academies are reviewed and determined.  There must be a consultation if any significant changes are being proposed or if there has not been a consultation for seven years.

The following schools are also carrying out a consultation:

The following school has recently converted to academy status and is consulting on their proposed admission arrangements for the first time:

The consultation period is from 20 December 2020 to 31 January 2021.

Follow the link on the school name to see their proposed admission arrangements or go to the school’s website.

If you have any comments or views regarding the admission arrangements, you should send them to the relevant school or academy by 31 January 2021.

Admission arrangements for all other schools and academies in Solihull are not changing.

Community and voluntary controlled schools

We determine the admission arrangements for community and voluntary controlled schools. If there are more applications for a school than there are places available the places are offered in order, according to the oversubscription criteria which you can find in the admission arrangements.

We have qualifying schemes to process the admission of children into the schools in our area:

Voluntary-aided schools and academies

The admission arrangements for voluntary-aided (church) schools and academies are determined by their governing body.

Infant and primary schools

Secondary schools

University Technical Colleges

Community and voluntary controlled schools

We determine the admission arrangements for community and voluntary controlled schools. If there are more applications for a school than there are places available the places are offered in order, according to the oversubscription criteria which you can find in the admission arrangements.

We have qualifying schemes to process the admission of children into the schools in our area:

Voluntary-aided schools and academies

The admission arrangements for voluntary-aided (church) schools and academies are determined by their governing body. You can see the admission arrangements and oversubscription criteria for these schools by clicking on the school name.

Infant and Primary Schools

Secondary schools

University Technical Colleges