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The Academy operates a city-wide admissions policy, meaning parents can apply to send their child here regardless of where they live in Hull.

Priority is given to children with a Statement of Special Educational Needs where The Boulevard Academy is named on the statement, under Section 324 of the Education Act 1996.

In the case of over-subscription, where the number of applications, after the allocation of priority admissions, is greater than the published pupil admission number, the criteria below will be used in the following order, with any remaining places being allocated to the next criteria.

All siblings of multiple births will be treated as a single application.

  • Children who are, or were previously, in the care of a Local Authority as per section 22 of the Children’s Act 1989.

  • Having a brother or sister who will be attending the Academy at the expected time of admission.

  • Being a resident within the following postcode areas: HU1, HU2, HU3, HU4, HU5, HU6, HU7, HU8 & HU9.

  • Being a resident within the following postcode areas: HU10, HU13, HU14, HU16.

  • Being a resident in any other postcode area.

Random allocation will be applied as a tie-breaker for each of the above criteria if required.

Our full published admissions policies can be found on our Policies Page.


How to appeal against a school placement decision

If we are unable to offer you a place at The Boulevard Academy, you will be sent an appeal form with your allocation letter for you to make a formal appeal. Details of how to appeal will be on your appeal form. Your appeal will be heard within 20 school days of the closing date for appeals by an independent panel arranged locally.

To view the Hull Transition Good Practice Guide, please follow this link:

For more information, please call the Senior Executive Assistant, Mrs H Harrison, on (01482) 342229.

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