Saturday (March 1) is the last day of a consultation on proposed changes to the way primary school places are allocated in Warwick.
Warwickshire County Council is proposing to introduce ‘super priority areas’ to replace the current system, under which priority is given to families who live within a school’s catchment area over those who live elswhere, even if they already have a sibling at the school.
Cllr Heather Timms said: “The move to merging primary school priority areas is a significant step and we are keen to hear from local families so that we can have a true picture of local issues.”
If the plans go ahead, the scheme will be rolled out to Leamington and other parts of the county. To submit views, visit www.warwickshire.gov.uk/admissionscriteriaconsultations