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If you want to send your child to a different school run by your Council: You must tell your Council .
There may be a time limit for doing this - check whether the Council has asked you to contact them by a particular date.
If you have a child who is due to start primary school or who will be transferring to secondary school soon, your Council will probably suggest that you should use the local school designated by them.
Of course you may be happy to do so, but the Council must also tell you of your right to choose a different school.
Parents do not have a statutory right to make a placing request for a child who will be under school age when they start primary school.
Scottish Schools Online website: If you are happy to send your child to the school designated by your Council, you usually only need to enrol him or her on the advertised date.
You can still ask after that date, but if the Council receives more requests for a particular school than there are places, your child is unlikely to get in if you did not ask in time.
Most Councils have placing request application forms that you will be asked to complete. All the law requires you to do is write your name and address, your child's name, and the name of the school you would prefer.
Children's Views All parents naturally want the best for their children.
That natural desire is underpinned by the Children (Scotland) Act 1995, which sets out parental responsibility to safeguard and promote their child's health, development and welfare, in their child's best interests.
Choice of school for children under the age of 5Some parents may wish their child to start primary school before they have reached school age.