Admissions

Admissions update:

Admissions policy 2018 2019

Timetable for admission appeals 2017

Parish Boundary St Joseph’s Nympsfield and St Dominic’s Dursley (2)

Supplementary Information Form

Appeal admissions timetable 2016

Additional Information Form

Additional Information Form for use from Sept 2016 (IN CONSULTATION)

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Admissions Policy for 2015 – St Joseph’s Catholic Primary Nympsfield  

 

Receptions Admissions

The Admission number for each year including the Reception Year (2016/2017) is 29 pupils.  Pupils are normally admitted in the September of the school year in which they reach their fifth birthday.  However they are not required to attend school until the beginning of the term after their fifth birthday and so in appropriate cases admission may be deferred until the beginning of the Spring and Summer Terms.  If parents wish a deferment they should indicate so when accepting the offer of a place.

Applications for a reception place at the school should be made to the Local Authority online at: http://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/schooladmissions. Otherwise the LA’s common admissions form is available on request, and once completed should be sent to:

Admissions and Transfer Team (0-16),
Shire Hall,
Westgate Street,
Gloucester,
GL1 2TP

All applications for the Reception class should be received by 15th January 2014.  The LA will then send details of those children whose parents have expressed a preference for St. Joseph’s school to the Clerk to Governors at the school.  The governors will then request that you fill in their blue Admissions form (if you have not done so already) available from the school or the LA, in order that they can apply the over subscription criteria listed in this policy.  In the event of over subscription, the Governors will apply its set criteria to the applicant, rank them in order and notify the LA of its final decision.  

In Year Admissions

Any applications for a school place made outside the normal year of entry to the school must be made directly to the school, but the Headteacher will inform the Local Authority of the application and its outcome.  In the event of over-subscription, please see guidance in the Admissions-Policy-for-2014

Casual applications

Casual applications i.e. those falling outside the normal admissions round, will be considered by the Admissions Committee against the criteria listed in paragraphs 1 and 2 above.

Late Applications

Applications for reception places received after the closing date given in 3 above but before the offer of places is made by the LA will be considered in accordance with the priorities in paragraphs 1 and 2 above if, in the opinion of the Admission Committee, there were good grounds for applicants not being able to meet the required deadlines.