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Lodge Lane Infant School
Context
Headteacher
Mrs Rebecca Dewing
Multi-school
The Wensum Trust (Academy Trust)
Cluster
Age range
4-7
Status
Academy Converter
Type
Infant
DfE Number
2364
Contact details
Address
Lodge Lane Infant School
Lodge Lane
Norwich
Norfolk
NR6 7HL
Telephone
01603-413946
Map
Areas
LA Area
North & East
Diocese
Not Applicable
Councillor division
Old Catton
District
Broadland
Councillor
Karen Vincent (Conservative)
Ofsted
Ofsted outcome
Last inspection
19/11/2019
Pupil numbers
Number on Roll (September 2022)
180
Planned admission numbers (2022/23)
60
Planned admission numbers (2023/24)
60
SEND Provision
Mixed year groups
None
Nurture provision
Yes
School visits
  • Individual visits
Transition support
  • Bespoke Transition package
  • Large group visits
  • Home visits
Facilities
  • Sensory offer room
  • Inclusive before school provision
  • Inclusive after school provision
Therapeutic Offer
  • Speech and Language therapy
  • Lego/Block therapy
Mental health support
  • Mental Health Champion
Curriculum Offer
Number on Roll (NOR) detail
NOR September 2022
Yr R59
Yr 159
Yr 262
Total180
Admissions policy

School admission policy : 2022/23 (Agreed)

If there are more applications for places than there are places available, the LA will give preference to children living nearest to the school, according to the following rules in this order of priority:

• children with a statement of special educational needs naming that school • children in public care who are due to start school

• children who are due to start school, living in the area served by the school who have a brother or sister attending the school at the time of their admission

• children who are due to start school, living in the area served by the school who have a brother or sister attending the adjoining Junior school

• children who are due to start school, living in the area served by the school with no brother or sister at that school or the adjoining Junior school

• children who are due to start school, living outside the area served by the school who have a brother or sister attending the school at the time of their admission

• children who are due to start school, living outside the area served by the school who have a brother or sister attending the adjoining Junior school

• children who are due to start school, living outside the area served by the school who have no brother or sister at that school or the adjoining Junior school

If all children within any of the above rules cannot be offered a place, the highest priority will be given to children living nearest to the school within that rule. To determine who lives nearest, distance will be measured on a straight line crow fly basis, using Ordnance Survey data. The address will be measured from the post office address point on the property. If following the application of admission rules and distance two applicants cannot be separated for a final place at a school, the authority will use random allocation to determine the priority for the remaining place.

Show School admission policy : 2023/24 (Agreed)

School admission policy : 2023/24 (Agreed)

If there are more applications for places than there are places available, the LA will give preference to children living nearest to the school, according to the following rules in this order of priority:

• children with a statement of special educational needs naming that school • children in public care who are due to start school

• children who are due to start school, living in the area served by the school who have a brother or sister attending the school at the time of their admission

• children who are due to start school, living in the area served by the school who have a brother or sister attending the adjoining Junior school

• children who are due to start school, living in the area served by the school with no brother or sister at that school or the adjoining Junior school

• children who are due to start school, living outside the area served by the school who have a brother or sister attending the school at the time of their admission

• children who are due to start school, living outside the area served by the school who have a brother or sister attending the adjoining Junior school

• children who are due to start school, living outside the area served by the school who have no brother or sister at that school or the adjoining Junior school

If all children within any of the above rules cannot be offered a place, the highest priority will be given to children living nearest to the school within that rule. To determine who lives nearest, distance will be measured on a straight line crow fly basis, using Ordnance Survey data. The address will be measured from the post office address point on the property. If following the application of admission rules and distance two applicants cannot be separated for a final place at a school, the authority will use random allocation to determine the priority for the remaining place.

Show School admission policy : 2022/23 (Agreed)