The admission appeals survey is a statutory annual collection of information from local authorities about appeals lodged by parents against non-admission of their children to their preferred school.
Covering all community and controlled primary (including middle deemed primary) schools and community and controlled secondary (including middle deemed secondary) schools it details the number of appeals lodged, heard and their outcome. The figures and trends identified help to monitor the success of policy commitment to ensure that school admission arrangements work for the benefit of all local parents and children.
Data is collected annually commencing on the second Monday in January.
Please use the service request form if you would like to change your contact details, request a COLLECT username and password or make any queries about the admission appeals survey.
Please use the feedback form if you have any comments about the content on this web page, the Data Collection Helpdesk service, the COLLECT system or any other aspect of our data collection service.
Information on the 2012 admission appeals survey - and how local authorities should provide their returns.
Multi-page article 04 July 2012