Book a personal tour with the Headteacher of Blue Coat Primary School
phone 01453 525200
Admission to Reception
ADMISSION TO PRIMARY SCHOOL: SEPTEMBER 2022
Gloucestershire County Council are in the process of preparing paperwork to send out to parents of children who are due to start school in September 2022. Paperwork for primary admission will be posted out early November. If you have not received a letter by December, or have any questions re admission email email@example.com or phone 01452 425407
Applications can be made online at: www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/school admissions.
Pupils will be admitted at the beginning of the academic year (1st September) following their 4th birthday, without reference to ability or aptitude (normal admission round). The number of intended admissions for the year commencing September 2021 will be 45. The School Admissions Policy and criteria should be read in conjunction with information available at www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/school admissions.
Paper copies of documents may be obtained from the Gloucestershire Admissions & Transfers Team who can be contacted at:
Education, Learning and Libraries, Gloucestershire County Council, Shire Hall, Westgate Street, Gloucester, GL1 2TP
Telephone: 01452 425407. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In Year Admissions
If you are moving into the area with a child already at school, you are invited to visit the school and to meet the Headteacher.
For information on In Year Admissions please contact the school office via email email@example.com or by phone 01453 525200
The school admissions criteria are as follows:
- Looked After Children/Previously Looked After Children.
- Children who have an sibling attending the School and who will continue to do so
when the younger child is admitted.
- Children of families whose parents or parent or carer are active members of a Church
of England church within the Benefice of Wotton-under-Edge with Ozleworth, North
Nibley and Alderley
- Children of families whose parents or parent or carer are active members of a Christian
place of worship
- Children for whom only one particular school is appropriate due to an exceptional medical condition.
- Children with the strongest geographical claim
As the admissions authority, the governors are responsible for admitting children to the school. When the number of applications for places exceeds the standard number of 45, priority will be given in accordance with the criteria in the admissions policy. Unsuccessful applicants will be advised of their right to appeal. Details of the appeal procedure are available from the School Office..