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HADLEIGH JUNIOR SCHOOL 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 ADMISSIONS

 

THE ADMISSIONS POLICY FOR HADLEIGH JUNIOR SCHOOL WILL BE AS FOLLOWS:

 

Places will be allocated up to the published admission number of 90 for each year group.  There is no guarantee of a place for children living in the priority admissions area.

 

Looked After Children and children attending Hadleigh Infant School will be allocated a place provided an application is received by the closing date.

 

In the event of over subscription applications to the school will be determined using the following criteria:

 

  1. children living in the Priority admissions area with a sibling attending the Junior School.
  2. children living in the Priority admissions area with a sibling attending the Infants School.
  3. other children living in the priority admissions area.
  4. children living outside of the Priority admissions area with a sibling attending the Junior School
  5. children living outside of the Priority admissions area with a sibling attending the Infants School
  6. remaining applications

 

In the event of oversubscription within any admissions criteria, proximity of home to school by straight line distance  will be taken into account, with those living closest being given the highest priority – please see the Local Authority Primary admissions booklet for details of how these measurements are made.

 

Siblings are defined as children with a brother or sister, step brother/sister, adopted brother/sister, in the same family unit, living at the same address.

 

Exceptional medical conditions ( supported by medical evidence) may override the above ( other than Looked After Children)

 

The definition of Looked After Children comes from section 22 of the Children Act 1989 which is a child who is a) in the care of the Local Authority or b) being provided with accommodation by a local authority in the exercise of their social services functions

 

For applications received after the start of Year 3 Looked After Children will be given priority ahead of other applicants.

 

The Governing Body will apply the admissions arrangements in accordance with the Co-ordinated Scheme for Essex.

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Year 2-3 Transfer Arrangements
In line with previous years, I wish to confirm the admissions process for children currently in Year 2 at your partner infant school and whose parents wish them to transfer to your junior school from September 2017.

 

Please read .PDF file (Reg School) below.

Year 2-3 Transfer Arrangements

In accordance with statutory guidance from the Department of Education, the school polices are available on this website. Hard copies are also available on request from the school office
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