Admission to the Academy
We believe children learn best when they are nurtured and can be given lots of support from their teacher. We keep our class sizes small to help every child feel valued and listened to.
Parents are asked to ring to make an appointment to see the Principal in order to discuss their child’s admission to the school, and to look round (with or without their child) prior to the child being admitted. No children are admitted until personal contact has been made.
Parents of children already in schools in the area are asked to discuss a possible move with the Principal / Headteacher of the school which their child is already attending.
The school follows the procedures established through the Kirklees LA admissions policy. A copy of which is available from the school office. Children are admitted in each year group up to a maximum of 30.
Please see a copy of our admissions policy Admission-Policy-March-2018
Community and controlled schools will admit children with an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) where the school is named in the plan. The governors are mindful of the difficulties of the school site for access for those with a mobility impairment. Currently there is access to the hall and main building and most classrooms. The hall has recently undergone extensive improvements to house pupils who are mobility impaired. The school has two disabled toilets.
Children start school in the September before their fifth birthday. Any parent wishing to register their child is welcome to visit the academy — just ring and ask to speak to the Principal, Mrs Hannam.