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 Admissions Policy

The school caters for children from 4-7 years old. The children are grouped in classes according to their age and birthday. From September 2018, there are 77 children on roll.  As a Community School we follow the Norfolk County Council policy for first admission to school, which is a follows:

By law children must start statutory education full time at the beginning of the term following their fifth birthday. Where admission is offered prior to compulsory school age, parents may defer their child’s entry into school until later in that academic year.

Children born between 1 September and the end of February may start school full time at the beginning of the autumn term before their fifth birthday. Children born between 1 March and 31 August are offered a full time place from the beginning of the autumn term, but may start school part time at the beginning of the autumn term before their fifth birthday and full time at the beginning of the spring term before their fifth birthday if this is preferred.

If you are not sure whether your child should start full time, a trial period can be arranged with the school. The Reception teacher and Head teacher are happy to discuss this to make sure that each child can start school in the best way for them. If there are more applications for places than there are places available, the Local education Authority will give preference to children living nearest the school according to the following criteria in this order of priority:

  1. Children with a statement of Special Educational Needs naming that school
  2. Children in public care who live in the area served by the school
  3. Children who live within the catchment area and have a brother or sister attending the school at the time of their admission
  4. Children who live within the catchment area and have a brother or sister attending the adjoining middle/junior school at the time of their admission
  5. Children who live within the catchment area and have no brother or sister attending the school or adjoining middle/junior school at the time of their admission
  6. Children who live outside the catchment area and have a brother or sister attending the school at the time of their admission
  7. Children who live outside the catchment area and have a brother or sister attending the adjoining middle/junior school at the time of their admission
  8. Children living outside of the catchment area and have no brother or sister attending the school or adjoining middle/junior school at the time of their admission