Published admission number: 20
We currently have 1 space in year 1 and 3 spaces in year 5.
The Academy's admission arrangements are detailed within the following policies, which can be accessed here:
Children will be admitted into Foundation Stage at the start of the Academic Year of their fifth birthday. The Local Authority co-ordinates the school's applications for the normal admissions round and further information can be found at Essex Schools Admissions. This means that parents need only complete one application form that is submitted to the local authority planning and admissions office. There is no guarantee of a place for children living in the priority catchment area.
In the event of oversubscription places will be allocated using the following criteria:
In the event of oversubscription within any of the above criteria, priority will be determined by straight line distance from home to school, those living closest being given highest priority.
Parents are welcome to visit the school by arrangement with the Headteacher when they move into the area or if they wish to see round the school prior to making a decision about their child's education.
Mid-year applications (sometimes called in-year applications) are any application for a school place made to a year group, apart from September admissions to Reception. All mid-year applications should be made directly to the academy, using the mid-year application form available on the website below and / or from the school office. The completed forms and proof of address should be returned to the school office, either by hand or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. It is always a good idea to to contact the Academy to discuss a mid-year application as well as completing the form.
For applications into existing year groups, a place will be offered when the number of pupils in the relevant year group is below the admission number for that year group. If it has not been possible to offer you a place, you do have the right of appeal against non-admission.
We will inform you of the outcome of your mid-year application in writing (via email) within 15 school days.
Please note: if a mid-year application is received during a school holiday period, we will respond as soon as possible when the school reopens.
Parents can appeal against the academy's decision not to offer their child a place at the academy.
The academy has established arrangements for appeals against non-admission which will include an independent element. Appeals should be lodged with Essex County Council within 20 school days of the refusal letter.
|Deadline for Submitting an Appeal Form|
Appeals should be lodged with Essex County Council within 20 school days of the refusal letter.
You will receive a letter with the appeal hearing date and time within 30 days for mid-year appeals and 40 days for normal admission round appeals after an appeal has been lodged. At least 10 school days notice will be given of the appeal hearing date and time.For children starting primary school from September 2023: appeals will be heard between 6 June and 19 July 2023 for those that are submitted by the deadline and where possible, for late appeals. Appeals not heard before 21st July 2023 (the last day of term) will be heard from September 2023 onwards
The appeal panel's decision is communicated to parents in writing. This is usually within 5 school days of the appeal hearing. However this may take longer during the summer term.
For more information on the appeals process and / or to lodge an appeal visit https://www.essex.gov.uk/after-your-school-offer/appeals