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St Mary & St John Church of England V.A. Primary School

North Luffenham, Rutland

Admissions

The Governing Body of St Mary & St John CEVA Primary is the admission authority for the school.  However, Rutland County Council operate a coordinated scheme to support first time applications for children aged four years joining us at the start of school in the Early Years Foundation Stage.

Places can be applied for either at the 'Normal Intake' time for children wishing to enter the school in the Early Years Foundation Stage (aged four years) at the start of school,  or in all other year groups through 'In year' applications at any time over the course of the year. The Governing Body  has set the Pupil Admission Number (PAN), the maximum number of pupils in each year group, to 28. 

Normal Intake Applications

These applications can be made using the Rutland County Council website online application process. 

For the 'normal' round of applications there is a timetabled process that parents must follow to ensure the necessary application forms and supplementary information is received in time.  The process starts each year around October with the deadline for applications in the middle of January .  Full details of the timetable is included in the 'Starting Primary School' brochure link.

As we are a Church of England Voluntary Aided school, if you would like to apply for a place on the grounds of religion, you will also need to complete a SIF A form (Supplementary Information Form) which is available below or from the Rutland County Council website.  This form should be completed at the same time as the online application but sent directly to the school.  Please ask if you would like support in completing the form. Without this form we are unable to consider you for a place based on religious grounds. 

In addition, if your child  has specific medical or social needs, it must be stated at the time of the application - there is space for this on the application form.

Appeals

Appeals should be made to the Diocesan Board of Education - details in section 6 of our Admissions Policy.

 

In Year Applications

If you would like a place or places in other year groups at any time during the academic year, please contact the school directly to establish whether there is space .  If so, application for admission should then be made directly to the school.

You are very welcome to come and look around the school at any time - please contact the office (01780 720184) to arrange a convenient appointment.

The link below provide further information about the admissions and appeals process and the school can always be contacted for further support and information.

http://www.peterborough-diocese.org.uk/parents/admissions-and-appeals

We look forward to welcoming you and your family to our school.