Where to get contact information for schools in your local area and what they offer.
A list of infant, junior and primary schools in the city and their websites
When to apply for a school place, how to apply and important dates when applying.
How to apply for a place at junior, infant, primary or a secondary school in Brighton & Hove.
Check the term dates and holiday dates for community schools in the city, maintained by the council.
When you need to apply, when school place offers are sent out and when children start school.
What happens if more children apply for a school place at a community school or an academy than there are places available
Find out how home to school distance is measured and check the distance from your home to schools.
We provide free school transport for some children who live further away from school. Find out if you can apply.
Find out about education in the UK, different types of school, the national curriculum and key learning stages.
How to get in touch with infant, junior, primary and secondary schools and colleges in the city
How to appeal if you’re not happy with the school place your child has been offered
How schools in the city help children with sports and physical activity.
A list of church voluntary aided primary schools, also called faith schools, in the city and their websites.
Your child's school or college may be able to apply for funding to support your child with special educational needs and disabilities.
Details of our consultation on school admission arrangements for September 2023-24
The school admission schemes for primary, secondary and infant schools we have in place to help your child get a place.
Illustrative Budget Model With Increase in Low Attainment Unit Rate to NFF Level for 2020/21 academic year
A detailed description of the funding framework which replaces Local Management of Schools is based on the legislative provisions in sections 45-53 of the School Standards and Framework Act 1998.
Find out how to get low-cost, second-hand school uniforms for your child, which helps reduce the environmental impact of buying new clothes.