Planned admission is 30 pupils. The school’s Admission Policy complies with the LA Policy which is determined by the following priorities: (This is in line with the requirements of the D.F.E. which states criteria are to be “clear, reasonable and objective.”)
a) Pupils living within the catchment area of the school.
b) Pupils who in their first year of school have an elder brother or sister in attendance at the school.
c) Pupils who satisfy both of the following:
(i) They are distinguished from the greater majority of other applicants either on medical grounds which are supported by a medical report, obtained by parents, specifying the medical advantage of the child attending the preferred school compared with the normal catchment area school or by other exceptional circumstances material to the choice of school (i.e. the circumstances of the child, not the economic or social circumstances of the parent); and
(ii) They would suffer hardship if they were unable to attend the school.
d) Other pupils arranged in priority according to the proximity of their home address to school.
To provide admission to the school for those pupils who were in full time primary education (not nursery) in another part of the UK, immediately prior to their move in to the catchment area of the school.
The Admission of Rising Five Pupils
- The children enter Reception class in September, the children attend a full day.
- Our Foundation Stage is led and managed by a qualified teacher with Teaching Assistant Support.
- Arrangements for the Admission of pupils with disabilities
- The school is accessible to all individuals with ramps available in the school building for the few steps there are. The accessibility plan, which is included in the School Improvement Plan, has targeted developments.
Apply on-line at www.staffordshire.gov.uk/admissions