If you have applied for a school place you will be offered a place on offer day. The date of offer day is different depending on:
- the type of school
- If the application was submitted on time
You must accept or reject the offer within one week of receiving it.
Your child will be placed on a waiting list for any higher ranked schools that you did not get an offer for.
For example, if you are offered a place for your second preferred school, you will be added to the waiting list for the first preferred school. If you do not wish to remain on a waiting list you must inform the School Admissions team by email: email@example.com.
|Allocation offer day||Tuesday 16 April 2024|
|Deadline for accepting offer||Tuesday 23 April 2024|
|Late applications offer day||Tuesday 21 May 2024|
|Late applications – deadline for accepting offer||Tuesday 28 May 2024|
|Allocation offer day||Friday 1 March 2024|
|Deadline for accepting offer||Friday 8 March 2024|
|Late applications offer day||Monday 12 April 2024|
|Late applications – deadline for accepting offer||Monday 19 April 2024|
Respond to your offer – Plymouth Citizen Portal
If you applied for a school place through the Plymouth Citizen Portal, you need to accept or reject your offer on the Plymouth Citizen portal.
If you applied before applications closed, you likely applied on the Plymouth Citizen Portal
If you have forgotten your password, you can reset your password.
Respond to your offer – My Plymouth account
Use the accept or reject school offer form to accept a school place if you applied using My Plymouth account.
If you applied after applications closed, you likely applied using My Plymouth account.
School transfers (in year admissions)
If you have submitted a school transfer request, we will email you your school offer.
Respond to the offer by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
If your child did not get offered a place at your most preferred school, you will need to tell us if you want them added to a waiting list.
If your child isn’t offered a place in your preferred school, you can appeal the decision.
Our parents’ guide has full details on:
- how admissions works
- choosing a school
- commonly asked question