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Aylesford Primary School Admissions

The school invites applications for the 2015 reception class. Following the consultation on the Aylesford Primary School development and the approval by both the EFA Commissioning body and local planning approval to extend the age range, Aylesford Academy Primary School admissions for September 2015 will follow the existing criteria as outlined during the consultation process.

The Primary admission will be one class of up to 30 reception age children. There will be no effect on the overall Academy PAN of 206, or on the Year 7 admission arrangements for the Academy. The reception oversubscription criteria will be the same as that used for admission in year 7 as follows:-

1. Children in the care of or provided with accommodation by a local authority and

children who were looked after but ceased to be so because they were adopted (or

became subject to a residence order or special guardianship or order)

  1. Children living in the priority area who will have a brother or sister at the school at

the time of admission

  1. Other children living in the priority area
  2. Children living outside the priority area who will have a brother or sister at the school

at the time of admission

  1. Other children living outside the priority area

 

Within each criterion, priority is given in order of distance between the child’s home and

school. (Shortest distance = highest priority).

Distance will be calculated by the straight line measurement from the centre of the

applicant’s home address (as set by Ordnance Survey) to the centre point (‘centroid’) of

Aylesford School. (All measurements are subject to prepositional accuracy changes). This

applies equally to those living inside and outside the County boundary.

 

Please note that children with a Statement of Educational Needs that names a school must

be admitted. In this event the number of places that remain for allocation will be reduced.

 

If you would like to respond to this criteria please send your correspondence to; The Head teacher Aylesford School and Sixth Form College, Tapping Way, Warwick CV346XR

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