Admissions - Join Us!
We are always delighted to hear from anyone who would like to find out more about our school – please call 01769 580215, or email email@example.com.
We will happily answer any questions you have, and will make arrangements for you to come and see us for a personal tour.
2023 Admissions - Key Dates
Admissions for all schools are via Devon County Council's School Admissions service, please visit here for more information on how to apply.
Admission to Secondary School Year 7 starting September 2023
The application system to apply for Year 7 in September 2023 opened on 1st September 2022 and closed on 31st October 2022. You can apply after this date, but applications will then be considered 'late' and may be at a disadvantage. Please visit the DCC 'Late Applicants’ link here for more information. Your child's school place offer will be emailed to you by Devon County Council on 1st March 2023.
If you cannot apply online, please contact the Education helpline on 0345 155 1019 and ask for a paper copy of the form to be sent to you. Please note that it is not possible to make an application by email.
We are always delighted to hear from anyone who would like to find out more about our school – please give us a call on 01769 580215 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to answer any questions you have.
- Chulmleigh College 2022/2023
Chulmleigh College: Exceptional Social or Medical Need for Admission Supplementary Information Form 2022-23
- Chulmleigh College 2023/2024
- Chulmleigh College 2024/2025
Impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on school admission appeals
The government has issued new legislation and Regulations around how school admission appeals will now be conducted, called the School Admissions (England) (Coronavirus) (Appeals Arrangements) (Amendment) Regulations 2021.
Part of the new Regulations disapply the requirement that appeals panels must be held in person and instead give flexibility for panel hearings to take place either by video conference, telephone or through a paper-based appeal where all parties can make representations in writing.
The Regulations also stipulate that appeals cannot be delayed or postponed until they can be heard face-to-face. As a result, Devon’s Independent Appeals Panel Service will continue to offer appeals via video conferencing facilities.
Full details and additional guidance leaflets for parents can be found on the How to appeal section of the guide to school admission appeals.
For more information please visit Devon County Council's School Appeals page here.