Parents are invited to contact the School Office and make an appointment with the Headteacher to discuss the admission of children to the school.
Parents will then be directed to the local authority admissions team, who manage all admissions to the school.
There is a planned admission number (PAN) of 30 children each year.
Children who have a statement of Special Educational Needs that names the school will be admitted. Those children with a statement of special educational needs that does not name the school will be referred to the Statutory Assessment and Resources Team (START) to determine an appropriate place.
- Children in Care, also known as Looked After Children (LAC), and children who were looked after but ceased to be so by reason of adoption, a resident order or special guardianship order.
Children living in the catchment area with a sibling at the school at the time of admission.
Children living in the catchment area.
Children living outside the catchment area who have a sibling at the school at the time of admission.
Children living outside the catchment area who have been unable to gain a place at their catchment area school because of oversubscription.
Children who live outside the catchment area, but closest to the school as measured by a straight line.
In cases of equal merit in each set of criteria, priority is given to children living closest to the school as measured by a straight line.
Please call in or contact the school office for more information.
Please refer to our Admissions Policy.
Secondary School Transfer 2019
The application window for your Year 6 students opened on 12 September 2018.
Each Year 6 child will receive an envelope. This envelope includes:
A letter containing a code unique to the child named in the letter. This is for the parents to use when applying online for their child’s secondary school place, and will pre-populate certain fields on the online form – name, date of birth, address, school currently attending;
Our quick-start guide to the application process “Starting Secondary School”;
A flyer created by Cambridgeshire County Council’s Parent Partnership Service, giving details of regional roadshows for parents who have queries regarding the application process.
A copy of our composite prospectus “Next Steps – Admission to Secondary School; a guide for parents 2019-20” will be available on the Cambridgeshire Admissions website from 12 September. If parents require printed copies of either the booklet or the application form, please call the Admissions customer information centre on 0345 045 1370.