Fortunately, the use of internet and online applications have made it easier to get a partner without wasting much of your time.
For information regarding UTC's outside Gloucestershire please visit the websites for these establishments and follow the procedures outlined in their policies.
If you need to apply to your own local authority please contact Co-ordinated Admissions for the relevant form.
The site's in-built features like direct messages are used to contact them without necessarily giving out your phone number or address.
After you have known the person and you are satisfied with your match, you can then give out your contact details.
Please be aware that as a late application it will not be considered until all the on-time applications have been processed; and in some cases a school place may not be allocated until after our re-consideration process which means that you may not be notified of your child’s school place until after 29 March 2018.
Important: Please read the admissions booklet for 2018/19 (see downloads on the right) which has essential information about our admissions procedures and policies.
However the anonymity of online contact and the potential to be dishonest or predatory can be much more easily obtained.
Firstly look at the site you wish to use and get a feel for its purpose - if you are looking for a long term relationship with a truly available single person, avoid the sites that use certain words to describe their clients activities... You may find it useful to use a site that tries to match your personality or interest, although this can be quite vague and one must remember this is a business; therefore you may be sent less congruent matches as they will want you to feel they have generated lots of choice and opportunities for you!
It enables mobile users to choose who knows where they are and when, giving them full control of their desired privacy.