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Applications for places at our school are managed by Leicestershire County Council; the school does not deal with places directly. Please visit the Local Authority website (www.leicestershire.gov.uk/admissions) for advice and to apply online for a school place. Paper copies of application forms can be obtained by telephoning the Admissions Department on 0116 305 6684. Appeals are administered by Leciestershire County Council. You can access the appeals information here
There is no change to the Admissions Policy for entry in September 2020.
Consultation - Response to Stakeholders (for 2018/19 policy)
We provide a gradual induction programme for our new Foundation Stage children and their parents. Parents are invited to an information evening in the Summer Term, before children start, and we invite children into school for a short ‘taster’ session in the Summer Term too. Induction packs provide information about what happens in school and includes a number of forms for parents to complete and sign. New children start school, after the summer holidays, part time to begin with, building to full time very quickly.
New children settle very quickly at our school; we encourage independence from the start but are also mindful that some need a little more time to get used to routines.
Those children, who join us part way through the year may start school on an agreed date which is negotiated with the school.
Some children join us at the end of the summer term and we ask them to attend on the nominated induction days when all children move to their new classes. Those children who may join us part way through the year are welcome to have an induction day which should be negotiated with the school.
The school is organised into ‘years’ which correspond to the following ages:-
Foundation/Reception (age 4 to 5)
Year 1 (age 5 to 6)
Year 2 (age 6 to 7)
Year 3 (age 7 to 8)
Year 4 (age 8 to 9)
Year 5 (age 9 to 10)
Year 6 (age 10 to 11)
We currently have an admission limit of 60 children (2 classes) per year group.
We have 6 classrooms for Foundation and Key Stage 1 children (Acorn Building).
We have 6 classrooms and a small teaching area for Key Stage 2 - Years 3 to 5 (Oak Building).
We have 2 classrooms for Year 6 and a Studio space in our newest building (Treetops Building)