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Surlingham Primary School
Context
Headteacher
Mrs Helen Norris
Multi-school
Sapientia Education Trust (Academy Trust)
Rockland St. Mary & Surlingham Primary Schools (Shared Headteacher / Executive Headteacher)
Age range
4-11
Status
Academy Sponsor Led
Type
Primary
DfE Number
2173
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Contact details
Address
Surlingham Primary School
Walnut Hill
Surlingham, Norwich
NR14 7DQ
Telephone
01508-538214
Fax
01508-538214
Areas
LA Area
City & South
Diocese
Not Applicable
Councillor division
Henstead
District
South Norfolk
Councillor
Victor Thomson (Conservative)
Ofsted
Ofsted outcome
Last inspection
 
Pupil numbers
Number on Roll (September 2020)
51
Planned admission numbers (2020/21)
13
Planned admission numbers (2021/22)
13
Feeder schools
Feeds from
 
Number on Roll (NOR) detail
NOR September 2020
Yr R10
Yr 16
Yr 26
Yr 37
Yr 47
Yr 59
Yr 66
Total51
Admissions policy

School admission policy : 2020/21 (Agreed)

If there is oversubscription in any priority category, places within that category will be allocated according to the order of the subsequent priorities. Any additional “tie break” will be determined by a random lottery conducted by the School under the supervision of an independent person.

FIRST PRIORITY is given to candidates who are looked after by a Local Authority in England and Wales in accordance with section 22(1) of the Children Act 1989(b) at the time the application is made and those who were looked after but ceased to be so because they were adopted or became subject to a residence order or special guardianship order

SECOND PRIORITY is given to candidates who have a sibling who is on roll at the school. A sibling is defined as a brother or sister sharing at least one parent and who is normally resident at the same address. This includes adopted children and those living in the same home under a recognised fostering arrangement.

Remaining places are allocated on the basis of proximity to the School. This is determined as the straight line distance between the address at which the child is resident on the closing date for applications and the main entrance of the School using Ordinance Survey data and calculated by the Local Authority School Admissions Department.

Show School admission policy : 2021/22 (Agreed)

Show School admission policy : 2022/23 (Proposed)

School admission policy : 2021/22 (Agreed)

If there is oversubscription in any priority category, places within that category will be allocated according to the order of the subsequent priorities. Any additional “tie break” will be determined by a random lottery conducted by the School under the supervision of an independent person.

FIRST PRIORITY is given to candidates who are looked after by a Local Authority in England and Wales in accordance with section 22(1) of the Children Act 1989(b) at the time the application is made and those who were looked after but ceased to be so because they were adopted or became subject to a residence order or special guardianship order

SECOND PRIORITY is given to candidates who have a sibling who is on roll at the school. A sibling is defined as a brother or sister sharing at least one parent and who is normally resident at the same address. This includes adopted children and those living in the same home under a recognised fostering arrangement.

Remaining places are allocated on the basis of proximity to the School. This is determined as the straight line distance between the address at which the child is resident on the closing date for applications and the main entrance of the School using Ordinance Survey data and calculated by the Local Authority School Admissions Department.

Show School admission policy : 2020/21 (Agreed)

Show School admission policy : 2022/23 (Proposed)

School admission policy : 2022/23 (Proposed)

If there is oversubscription in any priority category, places within that category will be allocated according to the order of the subsequent priorities. Any additional “tie break” will be determined by a random lottery conducted by the School under the supervision of an independent person.

FIRST PRIORITY is given to candidates who are looked after by a Local Authority in England and Wales in accordance with section 22(1) of the Children Act 1989(b) at the time the application is made and those who were looked after but ceased to be so because they were adopted or became subject to a residence order or special guardianship order

SECOND PRIORITY is given to candidates who have a sibling who is on roll at the school. A sibling is defined as a brother or sister sharing at least one parent and who is normally resident at the same address. This includes adopted children and those living in the same home under a recognised fostering arrangement.

Remaining places are allocated on the basis of proximity to the School. This is determined as the straight line distance between the address at which the child is resident on the closing date for applications and the main entrance of the School using Ordinance Survey data and calculated by the Local Authority School Admissions Department.

If you would like to comment on the above proposed admissions policy please email admissions@norfolk.gov.uk, letting us know which school's policy you want to comment on, and any comments on it that you would like to share with us.

Show School admission policy : 2021/22 (Agreed)

Show School admission policy : 2020/21 (Agreed)