The claimant sought judicial review of the defendant’s decision by which it dismissed the claimant’s appeal against the decision of the London Borough of Islington to refuse to comply with the claimant’s preference for her son LD to attend T primary school in the reception year.
Held: The Admissions Code should be read as a whole, applying the natural and ordinary meaning of the words used in the light of the context in which it was published.
 EWHC 2262 (Admin),  ELR 483
England and Wales
Cited – London Oratory School, Regina (on The Application of) v The School Adjudicator and Another Admn 17-Apr-2015
The school challenged a determination that it had failed to fufil its statutory requirement to set admissions criteria.
Held: The request for judicial review succeeded. The school had shown: ‘i) The Adjudicator applied too stringent a test . .
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Updated: 11 November 2021; Ref: scu.513741