Policies and Documents

This page will provide access to certain documents that are most relevant to our parents.

For further information or to request documents that are not on this page, or to view any of our policies in paper format, please contact us at school.

Policy Documents

Admissions

Our current pupil admission number is 30 pupils.

Admissions follow the Worcestershire County Council Local Authority Admission's policy and full details are available on the Council's School Admissions page (external link).

For children in Reception, they all start early September during the year in which they will reach 5. Intake may be staggered to assist with a rapid settling in period. All children under 5 must be toilet trained.

An induction meeting is held during the Summer term when parents are invited to the school. The school currently undertakes home visits prior to the children starting school, which is a great opportunity for parents to discuss with our staff any concerns or information they need to share with the school. It also familiarises both child and parents to our staff. Children moving from other schools are sensitively introduced to our systems.

Parents moving into the area are encouraged to come and look around the school and meet the Headteacher.

Following Year 6, children transfer to their high school. We have close links with the high schools in the area and a transition programme will be in place to assist with the changes children will face. Teachers will always make time available to discuss any issues arising from this process.

Applications

Applications should be made online via the link above.

Admission Criteria

Children are admitted to schools in accordance with parental preference as far as possible. However, where there are more applications than there are places available, places at schools will be offered based on the oversubscription criteria.

Oversubscription Criteria

  1. Looked after or previously looked after children.
  2. Siblings (brother or sister who will still be in attendance at the time of application).
  3. Distance (children who live nearest the school measured in a straight line).

Forms

SEND Information/Local Offer

From September 2014, all schools are expected to publish information about their provision for special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). This includes the 'Local Offer', which helps parents/carers understand what services they and their families can expect from a range of local agencies.

Other Documents

All documents on this page are pdf files.