A range of objections to LSS's Admissions Policy, none of which have been upheld by the OSA. Full report here:https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/s ... p_2014.pdf
64. The Order granted in June 2013 gives permission for the school to give priority to children eligible for the pupil premium. The admission authority is therefore acting lawfully in using eligibility for the pupil premium in its arrangements and paragraph 1.9(f) of the Code does not apply in this regard.
65. I have examined evidence from a range of sources and find nothing to support the objections that including priority for admission for pupils eligible for the pupil premium cause indirect racial discrimination or disadvantage to a social or racial group as prohibited by 1.8 of the Code and the Equality Act 2010. The arrangements determined by the school do not contravene the Code.
66. I have considered evidence relating to the other matters raised by the objector relating to the use of catchment areas; the arrangements for administering the 11+ tests; and the definition of home address. I have found no evidence to support the objections that the arrangements do not fulfil the requirements of the Code.