Our school admissions are controlled by Kirklees Local Authority.
We can have 90 children in each of our Reception and Key Stage One (Year 1 and Year 2) year groups. We have a 100 place Nursery on our school site (50 morning places and 50 afternoon places). We also have a Two Year Old Provision which runs on the school site.
If you would like your child to attend our school, please see full details of admission arrangements below. Please do not hesitate to contact the school, if you would like to arrange a visit to see our school in person before completing your application form. You will be most welcome.
Application forms for our Two Year Old Provision and Nursery Class
The waiting lists for our Two Year Old Provision and Nursery Class are held in school. You can download a Two Year Old Provision or Nursery Class application form from this page or call into the school office to collect one. Please complete and return the form to school with a copy of your child’s birth certificate.
Children are eligible to start Nursery in the term after their third birthday, but applications can be completed as early as you wish.
Applications for a Reception Class Place:
Applications for a school place are now accepted online only.
When to apply:
- If your child is starting primary school (Reception) in September 2019, you must apply online between 1 September 2018 and 15 January 2019 (applies for children born between 1 September 2014 and 31 August 2015)
Applications for a Key Stage One Place:
Applications for a Year One or Year Two place must also completed online.
To make an application for a Reception or Key Stage One place or to find out more, please click on the link below:
For more information about Kirklees Admissions please visit the website: http://www.kirklees.gov.uk/beta/schools-and-education.aspx
or contact: (01484) 225007
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In - Year Admissions
An in-year admission is when a child already attends a school but wants to transfer to another school outside of the usual transfer time, for example because the child is moving to a new address. These transfers take place during the school year, which is why they are called in-year admissions.
There are two different types of in-year admission:
- Parents or carers who are moving/have moved house and wish to move to a school closer to their new home.
- Parents or carers who are not moving house, or whose change of address is not a significant one (a significant house move is defined as over 2 miles for Key Stage 1 or 3 miles for Key Stage 2 and above), but would like their child to change school.
For more information about In-Year Admissions, please click the link below.