Admissions for pupils (starting September 2017)
The following factors will be used to decide who gets a place at the school if it is oversubscribed (note that the list is not in priority order):
- whether the child meets various faith related criteria. The faith criteria are not as strict as in some schools. Priority will be given to children from families who can demonstrate committment to their faith, but places are also likely to be available to at least some children because of where they live rather than their religious beliefs. However, the school also offers 20 places on an open basis, i.e. to be allocated on a non-faith basis. These are usually referred to as either community or open places, and are generally allocated according to geographic criteria. For example, by giving priority to those living closer to the school. We recommend you contact the school directly for more information about admission to this school.
- whether the child has a sibling attending the school.
Please also note that all schools are required to admit children with a statement of special needs before any other applicant, and must also give priority to children who are, or have been, in care.
What happened in 2017
This school was oversubscribed in 2017 for admission to reception.
The last successful applicant lived 815 metres from the school, measured on a straight line basis.
We believe that this cut off distance applies to the open places only. Children admitted under the faith criteria may have lived much further from the school.
It is not clear whether this cut off distance relates to a child admitted purely because of where they lived, or because they met certain faith criteria.
Past admissions status is no guarantee of future admissions, we advise you to always check with the school.
School Admission area in 2017
School Admission area in 2016
School Admission area in 2015
- Not Oversubscribed
This school was able to offer places to everyone who applied on time in 2015 for admission to reception.
However, please note that the school appears to have accepted more pupils than its published admission number. It is not always possible for schools to accomodate extra pupils in this way, and therefore the school may be oversubscribed if it receives a similar number of applicants in future years.
School Admission area in 2014
School's admission trend:
- Harder to get a place
This school's successful applicant area has been decreasing for the last 2 years. This mean it's harder to get a place inside.
- Size of successful admission area
- Not Oversubscribed
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