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Admissions

If you would like your child to attend our school, please see full details of our admission arrangements below.

Admission criteria

Extract taken from Southend On Sea Primary Schools Admissions 2014/15 – www.southend.gov.uk/admissions

Please follow the link for full details on admissions to Southend on Sea schools.

 

Headteacher: Mr Tim Barrett

 

Address: Eastern Avenue, Southend-on-Sea SS2 4BA

 

Tel: 01702 468582

 

Email: admissions@templesuttonprimary.co.uk

 

Website: www.templesutton.org.uk

 

Published Admission Number (PAN): 120

 

If at the closing date for applications, there are not enough places for all those who have expressed a wish to have their child admitted to this school, places will be allocated using the following criteria:

 

  1. Looked after children and previously looked after children;
  2. Pupils who live in the catchment area served by the school and who have an older sibling attending the school;
  3. Pupils who live in the catchment area served by the school;
  4. Pupils who live outside the catchment area served by the school and who have an older sibling attending the school;
  5. Pupils who live outside the catchment area served by the school.

 

Admission criteria explanatory notes

 

Please note the following refers to all oversubscription criteria unless otherwise specified.

Any reference to previously looked after children means children who were adopted (or subject to residence or special guardianship orders) immediately following having been looked after.

 

In the case of oversubscription in any one category “straight line” distance will be used to measure the distance between the pupil’s home and the nearest pupil entrance to the school. Distances will be measured using the Local Authority’s computerised measuring system. The pupil living closest will be given priority.

 

If the pupil’s home is a flat the distance will be measured to the main external entrance of the building. If the same distance is shared by more than one pupil, and only one place is available, the place will be awarded on the basis of a computerised random allocation process supervised by someone independent of the Council).

 

Siblings are considered to be an older brother or sister, half-brother or half-sister, step-brother or step-sister, adopted brother or sister, living at the same address, who attends the school at the time of application with a reasonable expectation that he or she will still be attending at the time of the proposed admission.

 

In the exceptional situation where one twin or one or two triplets are refused a place, in order to keep family members together the additional pupil(s) will be admitted even if this results in the admission limit for the year group being exceeded.

 

If it is not possible to offer the child a place at a preferred school that is higher on the preference list, details of the appeals process will be forwarded to the parent by the School Admissions Team.

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