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Chiltern Academy has 240 places available for the Year 7 group in September 2019.

The criteria below will be used in the event of oversubscription at Chiltern Academy
for places required for September 2019 for the academic year of 2019-2020.

Children with a Statement of SEN or EHC plan naming the particular school will be
admitted before the following oversubscription criteria applies:

1. A looked after child or a child who was previously looked after but immediately
afterwards became subject to an adoption, child arrangements or special
guardianship order.

2. Children of staff currently employed at the school.

3. Children with siblings at the school who will be still be attending the school at the
proposed date of admission.

4. On the shortest distance, measured in a straight line from the main front entrance of
the school and the pupil’s home address which is measured from a point identified
on the Local Land and Property Gazetteer. Those who live closer to the school will
be accorded higher priority.



 

Chiltern Academy has 240 places available for the Year 7 group in September 2020.

The criteria below will be used in the event of oversubscription at Chiltern Academy
for places required for September 2020 for the academic year of 2020-2021. Therefore if you are applying for a Year 7 place for September 2020 in the High School Transfer process the following will apply.

The closing date for on time applications is 31st October 2019 and the application must be made to your home local authority. If you live in Luton, please see www.luton.gov.uk/admissions for more information.

Children with an Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan naming the particular school will
be admitted before the following oversubscription criteria applies:

1. Looked after children or children who were previously looked after but immediately
afterwards became subject to an adoption, child arrangements or special
guardianship order.
2. Children who appear to have been in state care outside of England and ceased to
be in state care as a result of being adopted.
3. Children of staff currently employed at the school.
4. Children with siblings at the school who will still be attending the school at the
proposed date of admission.
5. Children living closest to the school measured on straight line distance.

For further details on the admission arrangements for Chiltern Academy including the
definitions for the above criteria, please see the Chiltern Learning Trust Admissions
Arrangements policy.