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St Philip's Church of England

Controlled Primary School

Admissions

Arrangements for Admission to school under Sefton's Admission Scheme

 

Any parent who wants their child to attend St. Philip’s Church of England School should register their child in good time before their child’s fourth birthday on-line at www.sefton.gov.uk/admissions.

 

Late Applications

 

The closing date for applications in the normal admissions round is mid October and it is expected that parents will have registered their highest preferred school by that date. For families moving into the area, applications will be considered if the form is received by early March and proof that they have moved is provided. All late applications will be dealt with by Sefton Admissions Section after April in the date order in which they are received. This may result in a preference being refused if the class has reached its maximum capacity of 30.

 

All parents will be notified by the Authority by letter by the third week in April as to which primary school their child has been allocated a place. Refusals will also be sent out by the Authority where appropriate.

 

Waiting Lists

 

The Authority will maintain a waiting list for St. Philip’s School.

 

Applications received after the allocations have been finalised will be passed to the Authority for the Admissions Section to deal with in accordance with Sefton’s co-ordinated scheme. The Headteacher will not at any time write to an individual parent to offer them a place.

 

Link to Sefton Admissions

Please click on the link below to go to the Sefton Admissions site.

http://www.sefton.gov.uk/admissions

 

 

 

Admissions of Pupils with Special Educational Needs

Pupils with EHC plans and SEN - funded pupils are welcome at our school.

See School and Local Offer under SEN information.

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