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I have read the information provided on the Liverpool Admissions website and/or the current School Admissions Booklet and I declare that the information given in this application is accurate and subject to verification.

I understand that in the event of my preferred school(s) being over-subscribed there is no guarantee that a place will be available at that school for my child.

The Education and Inspections Act 2006 allows admitting authorities to withdraw places from children whose parents / guardians have given fraudulent or intentionally misleading information in order to obtain a place in an over-subscribed school. If a school or Liverpool Children and Young People's Services receive information that this is the case the parents / guardians will be required to provide appropriate proof to substantiate the information they have given. If this cannot be provided the place may be withdrawn.

If you change address any time before the offer date (see Admissions Booklet for details of offer dates) please inform Liverpool Local Authority or your child's primary school. The address at which children reside is an important criterion in determining the allocation of a school place, because of this if your address alters it may affect the allocation of a school place for your child.

Some academies, foundation, voluntary aided and free schools require parents to complete a Supplementary Information Form (SIF). If this is the case parents must complete their home local authority preference form and parents are advised to complete a school SIF. The SIF is used by the governors of the school when they decide admissions.

If parents do not complete a SIF this will not prevent the application from being considered. If there are places available in the year group the child would be admitted. If a year group is full it will mean that the applicant may be considered under a lower criterion and this may result in the child being placed lower down the waiting list.