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Follow the steps on this page to apply for a Nursery, Primary (Reception) or Secondary (Year 7) place for September 2016.
Every school and nursery follows Stockport's School Admissions Policy, which explains how we allocate places.
Find your local catchment or associated catholic school.
If you're moving into the area, moving between schools or a social worker applying for a looked after child then follow this guidance.
Help with getting a school place for children with Special Educational Needs
If you are not happy with the school your child is offered you may wish to appeal against the outcome to an Independent Appeals Panel as described in the School Standards and Framework Act 1998.
Find full details of admission statistics for Stockport's Primary and Secondary Schools from September 2009 - September 2015.
Stockport is a relatively compact district and is generally well served by public transport.
The Admissions Code of Practice 2014 requires an Admissions Authority to consult each time it proposes to make significant changes to its admission arrangements.