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Hobart High School
Context
Principal
Mr Jim Adams
Multi-school
Cluster
Age range
11-16
Status
Academy
Type
Secondary
DfE Number
4006
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Contact details
Address
Hobart High School
Kittens Lane
Loddon
Norwich
Norfolk
NR14 6JU
Telephone
01508-520359
Fax
01508-528024
Areas
LA Area
City & South
Diocese
Not Applicable
Councillor division
Loddon
District
South Norfolk
Councillor
Barry Stone (Conservative)
Ofsted
Ofsted outcome
Last inspection
18/06/2013
Pupil numbers
Nmber on Roll (May 2017)
722
Planned admission numbers (2017/18)
164
Planned admission numbers (2018/19)
164
Number on Roll (NOR) detail
NOR May 2017
Yr 7141
Yr 8161
Yr 9134
Yr 10138
Yr 11148
Total722
Admissions policy

School admission policy : 2017/18 (Agreed)

If there are more requests for places than places available, the authority will admit children in the following order of priority:
1 children with a statement of special educational needs naming the school;
2 children in public care who are due to transfer;
3 children who are due to transfer and live in the area served by the school with an older brother or sister attending the School at the time of admission (but not the sixth form);
4 children who are due to transfer living in area served by the school, attending a feeder school (see below) at the opening date of the admission round i.e. 8 September 2015;
5 children who are due to transfer and live in the area served by the school;
6 children who are due to start school who have been allocated a permanent plsce at a Specialist Resource Base attached to the school. (Places allocated by Norfolk County Councils Placement Panel)
7 children who are due to transfer who live outside the area served by the school with an older brother or sister attending the School at the time of admission (but not the sixth form);
8 children who are due to transfer who live outside the area served by the school attending a feeder school (see below) at the opening date of the admission round ie: 8 September 2015;
9 children who are due to transfer who live outside the area served by the 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. 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 : 2018/19 (Agreed)

School admission policy : 2018/19 (Agreed)

If there are more requests for places than places available, the authority will admit children in the following order of priority:
1 children with a statement of special educational needs naming the school;
2 children in public care who are due to transfer;
3 children who are due to transfer and live in the area served by the school with an older brother or sister attending the School at the time of admission (but not the sixth form);
4 children who are due to transfer living in area served by the school, attending a feeder school (see below) at the opening date of the admission round i.e. 8 September 2015;
5 children who are due to transfer and live in the area served by the school;
6 children who are due to start school who have been allocated a permanent plsce at a Specialist Resource Base attached to the school. (Places allocated by Norfolk County Councils Placement Panel)
7 children who are due to transfer who live outside the area served by the school with an older brother or sister attending the School at the time of admission (but not the sixth form);
8 children who are due to transfer who live outside the area served by the school attending a feeder school (see below) at the opening date of the admission round ie: 8 September 2015;
9 children who are due to transfer who live outside the area served by the 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. 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 : 2017/18 (Agreed)