The pupil premium - is a sum of money given to schools each year by the Government to improve the attainment of disadvantaged children., The statutory school age - is when children must start their full-time education., A primary school - is a school for children between the ages of about five and eleven., An infant school - is a school for children between the ages of about four and eight (Reception, Year 1 and Year 2)., A junior school - is a school for children between the ages of about seven and eleven (Years 3 to 6)., A mainstream school - is a school that primarily meets the needs of pupils who do not have special educational needs, A special school - is a school that primarily meets the needs of pupils who have special educational needs., Elective home education - means home schooling., An oversubscribed school - has more applicants selecting it as their first choice than it has places., An undersubscribed school - has had fewer applications than places available, Admissions criteria - are conditions or standards on the basis of which a child is offered a place in a school., A deadline - is a date by which something should be completed., To decline a place means - to say no to an offer of a school place., To accept a place means - to say yes to an offer of a school place., To appeal a decision means - to request that a decision is changed.,

Useful vocabulary - Education in England - School admissions

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