Rights of the Board to Refuse Enrolment
The Board of Management reserves the right to refuse an application to enrol where in the opinion of the Board,
- All available places have already been allocated to current students.
- Adequate physical accommodation is not available for the applicant.
- A decision to enrol would constitute a risk to the health and safety of other students enrolled.
- The school programme is unsuitable to the educational needs of the student and alternative suitable arrangements for an appropriate programme cannot reasonably be made at the school.
- A decision to enrol would clearly have a demonstrable impact on the capacity of the school to deliver programmes to other students and alternative arrangements cannot reasonably be made at the school.
- It is not satisfied that it has sufficient information to make an informed decision on the educational needs of the student.
Right to Appeal to Dublin and Dun Laoghaire Education and Training Board
Under Section 29 of the Education Act (1998) parents/guardians have the right to appeal a refusal by the school to enrol a student, within 20 school days. Appeal forms are available from Dublin and Dun Laoghaire ETB on 01-4529600.
The following legal documents were consulted in drafting this Admissions Policy:
- Constitution of Ireland
- Education Act 1998
- Education (Welfare )Act 2002
- EPSON Act (2004)
- Equal Status Act 2002
- Data Protection Act 1988
- Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 1989
- Circular Letter M48/01