ADMISSION ARRANGEMENTS 2017 -18
Published admissions number: 30
School supplementary information form required
Admissions Arrangements – Reception Class
The number of pupils admitted to the Reception Class in each academic year is determined by agreement with the Area Education Authority and with regard to the school’s facilities.
The admissions limit in the Reception Class for academic year 2016-17 is 30 pupils.
Copies of our Prospectus and the Supplementary Application form are available to download at the bottom of this page.
Pupils are admitted to school in accordance with the County admissions policy.
Parents can apply online at www.kent.gov.uk/ola from November until the closing date early in January.
Parents who do not have access to the internet can request an application form from the school. The Form RCAF (Reception Common Admissions Form) should be completed and returned to the school or to the LEA Admissions Team by the closing date in January. Only one application must be submitted per child, either on line or paper but not both.
In Year Casual Admissions
In Year Casual Admissions are admissions that take place outside of the normal entry to school. From 1st September 2013 parents must apply directly to schools. Schools must process all applications and make offers where places are available in line with their published over subscription criteria.
If you are a parent or carer of a child who already lives or has recently moved to Kent and is looking for a place at our school, you must complete an In Year Casual Admissions Form (IYCAF). These forms are available from schools, the primary admissions team or you can download the application form and guidance notes on how to make an in year application from the Kent County Council website: www.kent.gov.uk/primaryadmissions.
Primary Admissions can also be contacted on 03000 41 21 21.
or you can email the admissions team on firstname.lastname@example.org
Completed IYCAFs must be returned to the school. We will then inform you as to whether a place is available or not. Details of our over subscription criteria can be found by clicking the link on this page
For the September 2016 Intake we admitted children from the following oversubscription categories:
1 – Looked After Children / Children in Local Authority Care
2 – Baptised children whose parents live in the civil parish of Leybourne and are at the heart of the worshipping community, worshipping at least three times per month and who are involved in the wider social and organisational life of the Church for at least two years at the time of application.
3 – Children who will, at the time of admission, have a brother or sister in the school.
4 – Children whose parents live in the civil parish of Leybourne measured by straight line distance from the school, with those living nearer having priority.
5 – Children who will have, at the time of admission, a parent working as a teacher in the school.
6 – Baptised children whose parents live outside the civil parish of Leybourne and are at the heart of the worshipping community in another Church of England parish, worshipping at least three times per month and who are involved in the wider social and organisational life of the Church of England for at least a year at the time of application.
7 – Children whose parents live outside the civil parish of Leybourne measured by straight line distance from the school, with those living nearer having priority