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Holy Cross Church Of England Primary School
Context
Headteacher
Mrs Emma Zeil
Multi-school
Age range
4-11
Status
Academy Sponsor Led
Type
Primary
DfE Number
2076
Contact details
Address
Holy Cross Church Of England Primary School
School Road
Runcton Holme
King's Lynn
Norfolk
PE33 0EL
Telephone
01553 810394
Map
Areas
LA Area
West & Breckland
Diocese
Ely
Councillor division
Fincham
District
King's Lynn & West Norfolk
Councillor
Brian Long (Conservative)
Ofsted
Ofsted outcome
Last inspection
04/07/2019
Pupil numbers
Number on Roll (September 2022)
44
Planned admission numbers (2022/23)
10
Planned admission numbers (2023/24)
10
SEND Provision
Mixed year groups
All
School visits
  • Open days
  • Individual visits
Transition support
  • Transition week
Facilities
  • Inclusive before school provision
  • Inclusive after school provision
Mental health support
  • Mental Health Champion
Curriculum Offer
Feeder schools
Feeds from
 
Number on Roll (NOR) detail
NOR September 2022
Yr R2
Yr 17
Yr 24
Yr 36
Yr 410
Yr 511
Yr 64
Total44
Admissions policy

School admission policy : 2022/23 (Agreed)

Where the school is named on a pupil’s Statement of Special Educational Needs or Education and Health Care Plan, that child will be admitted by the school. If the number of applications for admission to the nursery or primary school is greater than the PAN, applications will be considered against the criteria and order set out below:

1) Looked After Children and Children who have been previously looked after (pursuant to the Admissions Code)

2) Children who at the time of the admission have a sibling who attends the school. For this purpose, “sibling” means a whole, half or step-brother or -sister or an adopted child resident at the same address. In respect of applications to the primary school, the fact that an applicant has a sibling attending the nursery school will not be a factor giving rise to priority.

3) Children of staff at the school where there is a demonstrable skill shortage – Children of members of staff will have priority in the oversubscription criteria if the staff member is filling a post for which there is a demonstrable skill shortage. DEMAT is required to approve the headteachers’ designation of such posts and confirm the assessment that a member of staff appointed meets the requirements of the shortage. Priority will be limited to one place for each form of entry in any year.

4) Distance measurement – A child’s home will be the address at which the child normally resides, and which has been notified to the school and other relevant agencies as being the child’s normal place of residence.

Show School admission policy : 2023/24 (Agreed)

School admission policy : 2023/24 (Agreed)

Where the school is named on a pupil’s Statement of Special Educational Needs or Education and Health Care Plan, that child will be admitted by the school. If the number of applications for admission to the nursery or primary school is greater than the PAN, applications will be considered against the criteria and order set out below:

1) Looked After Children and Children who have been previously looked after (pursuant to the Admissions Code)

2) Children who at the time of the admission have a sibling who attends the school. For this purpose, “sibling” means a whole, half or step-brother or -sister or an adopted child resident at the same address. In respect of applications to the primary school, the fact that an applicant has a sibling attending the nursery school will not be a factor giving rise to priority.

3) Children of staff at the school where there is a demonstrable skill shortage – Children of members of staff will have priority in the oversubscription criteria if the staff member is filling a post for which there is a demonstrable skill shortage. DEMAT is required to approve the headteachers’ designation of such posts and confirm the assessment that a member of staff appointed meets the requirements of the shortage. Priority will be limited to one place for each form of entry in any year.

4) Distance measurement – A child’s home will be the address at which the child normally resides, and which has been notified to the school and other relevant agencies as being the child’s normal place of residence.

Show School admission policy : 2022/23 (Agreed)