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Admission criteria for infant and primary schools 2021-22

Where a school receives more applications than places available, each preference will be ranked against the schools published admissions criteria. Full details of the criteria, for each infant/primary school for entry in 2021-22, can be found below.

Leicester City infant and primary schools

Please read the criteria carefully as it will help you decide whether your child has a good chance of being offered a place at your preferred school.

Each school has a limited number of places and this is known as the published admission number (PAN). This number considers how many pupils each school can accommodate and is shown within each drop-down below

Published admission number: 90

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 120

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Avanti Fields Free School will become an all-through school from 2021 entry and will start admitting children in reception. You can apply in the normal way through our website.

A supplementary information form will need to be completed and returned directly to the school.

Where the school is oversubscribed, after the admission of pupils with an Education, Health and Care plan, priority for admission will be allocated to those children who meet the criteria set out below, in the following order of priority:

Criterion 1: Looked after children1 and previously looked after children who became subject to adoption, a childarrangements order or special guardianship order immediately after being looked after.

Criterion 2. Children with a sibling2 attending Avanti Fields School or Krishna Avanti Primary School, Leicester at the time of application. Details of sibling to be included in the Common Application Form submitted to the Local
Authority.

Criterion 3. Children who attend Krishna Avanti Primary School (Leicester) at the time of application.

Criterion 4. Children of a member of the School’s staff who:
a. Has been employed at the School for two or more years at the time of application; and/or
b. Was recruited to fill a vacant post for which there was a demonstrable skill shortage.

For the avoidance of doubt, “a” and “b” above do not denote an order of priority – all children falling within this category will be treated equally.

Criterion 5. All other children. For the avoidance of doubt, geographical distances will be taken from the school’s permanent site: Manor Farm site in Thurmaston Lane, LE5 0TF.

For the full admissions policy, please visit the Avanti Fields School website.

Published admission number: 75

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.  

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).  

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).  

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).  

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).  

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).  

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).  

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.  

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.  

 Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.  

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.  

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school. 

Published admission number: 45

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.  

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).  

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).  

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).  

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).  

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).  

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).  

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.  

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.  

 Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.  

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.  

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 30

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.  

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).  

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).  

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).  

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).  

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).  

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).  

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.  

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.  

 Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.  

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.  

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 30

A supplementary information form will need to be completed and returned directly to the school.

Criterion 1: A child who is ‘looked after’ or ‘previously looked after ’Previously looked after children are children who were looked after but ceased to be so because they were adopted or became subject to a residence order or special guardianship order.  

Criterion 2: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs (Professional documentation accompanying the application will be required) Examples of exceptional needs include: 

  • A child whose parent’s occupation has an enforcement role which may bring the parent into conflict with parents of children attending their local school and therefore needs to attend the alternative school.  
  • A child whose parent has recently died or is suffering from a serious illness.  
  • A child who has suffered severe bullying which is recognised by the present or most recent school as an ongoing problem and which is having significant effect on the child’s health  
  • A child with a serious medical condition which would make the preferred school particularly suitable.  
  • A child who has been abused and placed on the child protection register and who needs to attend an alternative school to avoid the abuser. 

This list is not exhaustive, and each case will be considered on its individual merits. 

 Criterion 3: Pupils who will have an older sibling attending the school at the time of admission (Older siblings include brothers or sisters, half brothers or sisters, step brothers or sisters, adopted children, fostered children, children of partners living together or any other child who permanently resides  at the parental home and for whom the parent has parental responsibility)  

Criterion 4: All other pupils  

In the event of a tie, the pupil living nearest the school, as measured by the LA standard method takes preference.  

For full details of definitions, terms and notes please see the school’s website.

Published admission number: 60

Pupils with a Statement of Special Educational Needs or Education, Health and Care Plan will be allocated a place before other applications are considered. These allocations will reduce the number of places available. 

Criterion 1: A ‘looked after child’ or a child who was previously looked after but immediately after being looked after became subject to an adoption, child arrangements or special guardianship order.  

Criterion 2: Pupils that live in the catchment area of the school.  

Criterion 3: Pupils that have an older sibling attending the school at the same time, regardless if they live in the catchment area or not. 

Criterion 4: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (Professional documentation confirming the situation must be submitted with the application). 

Criterion 5: Children of teaching staff.  

Criterion 6: Pupils living nearest to the school measured in a straight-line distance (home to school front gate).  

For full details of definitions, terms and notes please see the school’s website.

Published admission number: 90

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.  

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).  

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).  

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).  

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).  

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).  

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).  

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.  

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.  

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.  

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.  

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 90

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 120

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 90

A supplementary information form will need to be completed and returned directly to the school.

Where schools have more applications than places available, governors will draw up a ranked list based on the criteria listed below and will allocate places accordingly.

Children who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school will be admitted. This will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Catholic looked after or previously looked after children.

Criterion 2: Catholic children living in the parish(es) served by the school.

Criterion 3: Catholic children living outside the parish(es) served by the school.

Criterion 4: Other looked after or previously looked after children.

Criterion 5: Catechumens, Candidates and members of Eastern Christian Churches.

Criterion 6: Children of other Christian denominations whose membership is evidenced by a minister of religion.

Criterion 7: Children of other faiths whose membership is evidenced by a religious leader.

Criterion 8: Any other children not within criterion 1 to 7.

For full details of definitions, terms and notes please see the school’s website.

Published admission number: 90

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.  

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).  

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).  

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).  

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).  

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).  

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).  

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.  

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.  

 Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.  

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.  

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 75

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 45

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

A supplementary information form will need to be completed and returned directly to the school.

For all children whose statement of special educational needs (EHCP*) names the FPS in their statement will be admitted.

Where FPS is oversubscribed, FPS will split the applications by faith and non-faith, and rank the application in accordance to the following admission criteria:

(EHCP* - Education Health and Care)

Sikh faith criteria (30 places)

Criterion 1: Children of Sikh faith in the care of the local authority and previously looked after children.

Criterion 2: Sikh children with exceptional medical, social or welfare needs.

Criterion 3: Sikh children with older siblings attending at the same time.

Criterion 4: Sikh pupils living nearest to FPS.

Community place criteria (30 places)

Criterion 1: Children in the care of the local authority and previously looked after children.

Criterion 2: Children with exceptional medical, social or welfare needs.

Criterion 3: Children with older siblings attending at the same time.

Criterion 4: Pupils living nearest to FPS.

For full details of definitions, terms and notes please see the school’s website.

Published admission number: 90

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 45

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 90

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 30

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 48

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 30

A supplementary information form will need to be completed and returned directly to the school.


Where schools have more applications than places available, governors will draw up a ranked list based on the criteria listed below and will allocate places accordingly.

Children who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school will be admitted. This will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Catholic looked after or previously looked after children.

Criterion 2: Catholic children living in the parish(es) served by the school.

Criterion 3: Catholic children living outside the parish(es) served by the school.

Criterion 4: Other looked after or previously looked after children.

Criterion 5: Catechumens, Candidates and members of Eastern Christian Churches.

Criterion 6: Children of other Christian denominations whose membership is evidenced by a minister of religion.

Criterion 7: Children of other faiths whose membership is evidenced by a religious leader.

Criterion 8: Any other children not within criterion 1 to 7.

For full details of definitions, terms and notes please see the school’s website.

Published admission number: 60

A supplementary information form will need to be completed and returned directly to the school.

In accordance with government legislation the governing body will admit children who have a statement of special educational needs that names Hope Hamilton Primary as the appropriate school.

Where there are more applications for places than there are places available, priority will be given in the following order:

Criterion 1: ‘Looked After Children’ - children who are in care of the local authority

or children accommodated by the local authority pursuant to section 22 (1) of the Children Act 1989 or were previously looked after children (previously looked after children are children who were looked after, but ceased to be so because they were adopted or become subject to a residence order or special guardianship order).

Criterion 2: Foundation – children whose parents, or those with parental responsibility, who are active members of the Church of England or any other Christian church (a letter will be needed from the minister of the church they attend).

Criterion 3: Sibling - children with a brother or sister at the school on the intended day that the new child will be admitted “Brother or sister” includes half-brother, half-sister, step-brother, step-sister, adopted brother or sister, or the son or daughter of the parent/carer’s partner, in each case where the child for whom the school place is sought is being brought up in the same family unit at the same address.

Criterion 4: Community - children who live in the priority area (catchment area) for the school at the time of application and admission.

Criterion 5: Other Children – distance will be measured in a straight line from the front door of the child’s normal place of residence to the main entrance of the school Distance measurements will be supplied by the local authority geographical information system.

For full details of definitions, terms and notes please see the school’s website.

Published admission number: 90

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 90

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 75

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 120

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 30

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

A supplementary information form will need to be completed and returned directly to the school.

When the school is oversubscribed, after the admission of pupils with an Education, Health and Care Plan (ECHP) naming the school, priority for admission will be given to those children who meet the criteria set out below, in priority order:

Criterion 1: Looked after children and previously looked after children who became subject to adoption, a child arrangement order or special guardianship order immediately after being looked after.

Criterion 2: Children with a sibling attending the school at the time of application

Criterion 3: Children of a member of the school’s staff who:
1.Has been employed at the school for two or more years at the time of application; and/or
1.was recruited to fill a vacant post for which there was a demonstrable skill shortage.

Criterion 4: Up to 10 places to Hindu children with a practising Hindu parent who worships at the ISKCON temple in Leicester.

Criterion 5: Up to 20 places to Hindu children with a practicing Hindu parent.

Criterion 6: All other children.

For full details of definitions, terms and notes please see the school’s website.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 90

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 90

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Pupils with a Statement of Special Educational Needs or Education, Health and Care Plan will be allocated a place before other applications are considered. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: A ‘looked after child’ or a child who was previously looked after but immediately after being looked after became subject to an adoption, child arrangements or special guardianship order.

Criterion 2: Pupils that live in the catchment area of the school.

Criterion 3: Pupils that have an older sibling attending the school at the same time, regardless if they live in the catchment area or not.

Criterion 4: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (Professional documentation confirming the situation must be submitted with the application).

Criterion 5: Children of teaching staff.

Criterion 6: Pupils living nearest to the school measured in a straight-line distance (home to school front gate).

For full details of definitions, terms and notes please see the school’s website.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 120

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

The Queensmead Primary Academy will first accept all pupils with a statutory right to a place through a statement of special educational needs or Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) naming the academy.

After the admission of these pupils, criteria will be applied for the remaining places in the order in which they are set out below:

Criterion 1: Looked after children or previously looked after children.

Criterion 2: A child with a sibling on roll at the academy at the time of application and admission.

Criterion 3: Other children.

In the event of oversubscription, within any criterion, preference will be given to children who live nearest to the academy as the crow flies Distances are measured from the entrance to the child’s home to the principal entrance of the main administrative building of the academy, using the Microsoft AutoRoute application.

For full details of definitions, terms and notes please see the school’s website.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 45

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 90

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

A supplementary information form will need to be completed and returned directly to the school.

Where schools have more applications than places available, governors will draw up a ranked list based on the criteria listed below and will allocate places accordingly.

Children who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school will be admitted. This will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Catholic looked after or previously looked after children.

Criterion 2: Catholic children living in the parish(es) served by the school.

Criterion 3: Catholic children living outside the parish(es) served by the school.

Criterion 4: Other looked after or previously looked after children.

Criterion 5: Catechumens, Candidates and members of Eastern Christian Churches.

Criterion 6: Children of other Christian denominations whose membership is evidenced by a minister of religion.

Criterion 7: Children of other faiths whose membership is evidenced by a religious leader.

Criterion 8: Any other children not within criterion 1 to 7.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.  

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).  

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).  

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).  

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).  

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).  

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).  

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.  

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.  

 Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.  

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.  

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 23

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 90

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 45

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 90

A supplementary information form will need to be completed and returned directly to the school.

In accordance with government legislation (section 324 of the Education Act 1996) the governing body will admit children who have a statement of special educational needs or Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) that names St John the Baptist Primary School as the appropriate school.

Then the governors will consider all applications and offer places according to the following admission criteria, listed in order of priority:

A: A looked after or formerly looked after child.

B: Any other child with a sibling who will have been on roll at the school for at least one term at the date of intended admission.

C1: A child whose application is supported by a form/letter from their priest, minister or religious leader (submitted with the application) confirming that the child, or their parent, or someone with legal parental responsibility, is currently an active member of any Christian church, either within the Church of England or a church belonging to Churches Together in England

C2: A child whose application is supported by a form/letter from their faith leader (submitted with the application) confirming that the child, or their parent, or someone with legal parental responsibility, is currently an active member of a place of worship within another faith

Priority in each part of category [C] will be given first to children eligible for pupil premium, then to those living closest to the school.

D1: A child whose parent (or person with legal parental responsibility) will have been continuously employed as a member of staff by the school for a period of at least twelve months up to and including the date of intended admission.

D2: All other children.

Priority in each part of category [D] will be given first to children eligible for pupil premium, then to those living closest to the school.

At normal point of entry to the school, up to a maximum of 60 spaces will be allocated under Category C, of which a maximum of 30 will be allocated to Category C1 Unsuccessful applicants in this category will then be considered in Category D Any unused spaces will also be offered through Category D.

For vacancies arising after the first day of the autumn term at the normal point of entry (“In Year admissions”), places will be allocated according to the criteria above, but regardless of the number of Category C pupils currently on roll.

For full details of definitions, terms and notes please see the school’s website.

Published admission number: 40

A supplementary information form will need to be completed and returned directly to the school.

Where the school has more applications than places available, governors will draw up a ranked list based on the criteria listed below and will allocate places accordingly.

Children who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school will be admitted. This will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Catholic looked after or previously looked after children.

Criterion 2: Catholic children living in the parish(es) served by the school.

Criterion 3: Catholic children living outside the parish(es) served by the school.

Criterion 4: Other looked after or previously looked after children.

Criterion 5: Catechumens, candidates and members of eastern Christian churches.

Criterion 6: Children of other Christian denominations whose membership is evidenced by a minister of religion.

Criterion 7: Children of other faiths whose membership is evidenced by a religious leader

Criterion 8: Any other children not within criterion 1 to 7.

Priority within each oversubscription criteria will be given to applications from children who will have siblings attending the school at the proposed time of admission.

For full details of definitions, terms and notes please see the school’s website.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 30

A supplementary information form will need to be completed and returned directly to the school.

Where the school has more applications than places available, governors will draw up a ranked list based on the criteria listed below and will allocate places accordingly.

Children who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school will be admitted. This will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Catholic looked after or previously looked after children.

Criterion 2: Catholic children living in the parish(es) served by the school.

Criterion 3: Catholic children living outside the parish(es) served by the school.

Criterion 4: Other looked after or previously looked after children.

Criterion 5: Catechumens, candidates and members of eastern Christian churches.

Criterion 6: Children of other Christian denominations whose membership is evidenced by a minister of religion.

Criterion 7: Children of other faiths whose membership is evidenced by a religious leader.

Criterion 8: Any other children not within criterion 1 to 7

Priority within each oversubscription criteria will be given to applications from children who will have siblings attending the school at the proposed time of admission.

For full details of definitions, terms and notes please see the school’s website.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 40

A supplementary information form will need to be completed and returned directly to the school.

Where the school has more applications than places available, governors will draw up a ranked list based on the criteria listed below and will allocate places accordingly.

Children who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school will be admitted. This will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Catholic looked after or previously looked after children.

Criterion 2: Catholic children living in the parish(es) served by the school.

Criterion 3: Catholic children living outside the parish(es) served by the school.

Criterion 4: Other looked after or previously looked after children.

Criterion 5: Catechumens, candidates and members of eastern Christian churches.

Criterion 6: Children of other Christian denominations whose membership is evidenced by a minister of religion).

Criterion 7: Children of other faiths whose membership is evidenced by a religious leader.

Criterion 8: Any other children not within criterion 1 to 7.

Priority within each oversubscription criteria will be given to applications from children who will have siblings attending the school at the proposed time of admission.

For full details of definitions, terms and notes please see the school’s website.

Published admission number: 90

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 30

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Where there is oversubscription, for example the number of applications for admission to the academy is greater than the published admissions number, applications will be considered against the criteria set out below.

After the admission of pupils with statements of special educational needs where the Tudor Grange Samworth Academy is named on the statement, the criteria will be applied in the following order:

Admissions to Foundation 2

Criterion A: Children who are in the care or interim care of a local authority pursuant to S31 and 38 of the Children Act 1989, or children who are accommodated by a local authority, pursuant to S20 of the Children Act 1989 “Looked After Children”.

Criterion B: Children with a professionally supported medical or social need for a place at the Tudor Grange Samworth Academy who live in the Designated Geographical Area (DGA).

Criterion C: Children of parents living in the DGA.

Criterion D: Children whose siblings currently attend the Tudor Grange Samworth Academy and who will continue to do so on the date of admission. This criteria does not apply to admission into KS3 and 4 (Y7 to Y11).

Criterion E: Children on the basis of proximity to the school using straight line measurement from the main entrance of the Tudor Grange Samworth Academy to the main entrance of the child’s home.

Tiebreaker

Criterion E: Will act as a tie break in the event of the admission number being reached through Criterion A to D.

For full details of definitions, terms and notes please see the school’s website.

Published admission number: 120

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 90

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 90

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.

Published admission number: 60

Places are allocated to pupils who have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) which names the school before any other allocations are made. These allocations will reduce the number of places available.

Criterion 1: Children in the care of a local authority within England or who were previously in the care of a local authority within England (see note 1).

Criterion 2: Children who were previously in care outside of England (see note 1).

Criterion 3: Pupils who have a serious medical condition or exceptional social or domestic needs that make it essential they attend the school requested (see note 2).

Criterion 4: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 5: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the infant or primary school with a sibling at the school, who will still be on roll when the applicant starts school (see note 3).

Criterion 6: Children whose home address is in the catchment area of the infant or primary school (see note 4).

Criterion 7: Children who are sons / daughters of staff working at the school for at least 2 years at the time of application.

Criterion 8: Children whose home address is outside the catchment area of the school and who have requested a place Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

Tiebreaker: Within each criterion priority will be given to children living closest to the school, as measured on a straight-line basis using a geographical information system measuring from the geo-code reference point from the child’s home address to the geo-code reference point for the school.

In the event that two applicants within a category live exactly the same distance from the school and only one place remains, the place will be offered to one applicant on the basis of lots drawn by an officer of the local authority not involved in the administration of school admissions.

In the case of multiple births, if the final place available at a school is offered to a twin or triplet and the remaining sibling(s) would ordinarily be refused, places will be offered to the remaining sibling(s) at the same school.