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The Panel Meeting

What do I need to bring with me to the panel?

The following checklist will help you to make sure that you have everything necessary with you at the meeting:

  • The information sent to you by the clerk, including the Admission Authority’s case.
  • A copy of all information that you have sent to the Clerk about your appeal
  • Any more information which you think will help your appeal.

What happens at the panel meeting?

Before the meeting starts the Clerk will check that all parents/guardians have arrived and then briefly explain the process to you. The process will depend on whether you are part of a group appealing for the same school or are a single appeal for a school. The letter inviting you to the panel meeting will tell you whether you are a part of a group or a single appeal.

Information detailing each process can be found below:

Group hearing process

Single case hearing

 

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