School Admissions

Foundation Starters September 2022

We will be hosting tours for prospective parents for the September 2022 intake throughout November 2021. Please call the school office on 01752 224801 to book yourself onto a tour. Numbers are capped for these tours so booking is essential. 

Wednesday 3rd November @ 11am

Thursday 4th November @ 4pm

Tuesday 9th November @ 9:30am

Monday 15th November @ 4pm

Saturday 20th November @ 11am


 

Details of the arrangements for admission for the 2022/2023 academic year can be found here

Details of the arrangements for admission for the 2020/2021 academic year can be found here

Details of the arrangements for admission for the 2019/2020 academic year can be found here
 

Details of the arrangements for admission for the 2018/2019 academic year can be found here

Information regarding the admission arrangements

Admission authorities must set (‘determine’) admission arrangements annually. Where changes are proposed to admission arrangements, the admission authority must first publicly consult on those arrangements. If no changes are made to admission arrangements, they must be consulted on at least every seven years. Consultation must be for a minimum of eight weeks and must take place between 1st November and 1st March of the year before those arrangements are to apply. This consultation period allows parents, other schools, religious authorities and the local community to raise any concerns about proposed admission arrangements.

Many schools will have more applicants than places, and it is essential that the criteria used to allocate places when a school is oversubscribed are fair, clear, and objective. They must also comply fully with all statutory requirements including the mandatory requirements of the School Admissions Code.

The School Admissions Code provides guidelines on achieving good practice in setting oversubscription criteria for admission authorities to help them ensure that their admission arrangements are fair to all children and their families, and promote social equity rather than working against it. It also identifies oversubscription criteria that are unfair and must not be used.