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Britannia School Admissions Policy

  

Suffolk County Council co-ordinates the offer of school places to all schools in the county. Please see the link to Suffolk Admissions for details of how to apply for a place at Britannia Primary School.  

Britannia School Nursery

Applications for the nursery are dealt with through the school. All children aged 3 and 4 are offered free nursery places for 15 hours per week. We run morning sessions and afternoon sessions each with a maximum of 26 children. Children may stay in the nursery until the September following their fourth birthday. Attendance at Britannia School Nursery does not guarantee a place at Britannia Primary School.

Children who have an Education, Health and Care plan will be offered places first. The following criteria is then followed when offering a place:

  • Children wanting five sessions a week in date of birth order (oldest to youngest)
  • Children living in the Britannia School catchment area according to the following priorities:
  • Children subject to a Child Protection Plan
  • Looked after children ( including those who have been adopted from care)
  • Children with a sibling currently at the school
  • Other children in date of birth order (oldest to youngest)
  • Children who live outside the catchment area, in the same priority order as above.
  • Children wanting less than five sessions a week, with priority to those who want the most sessions.

 

Britannia Primary School

Our published admissions number for each year is 90 children.

Children normally attend school full-time in the reception year group in the September following   their fourth birthday. Children who have an Education, Health and Care Plan are by law offered a place at the school.

If there are more applications than places, you application is ranked according to the following criteria:

1.  Looked after children (including those who have been adopted from care).

2.  Children with a sibling currently at the school.

3.  Children who are ordinarily resident in the catchment area, living nearest to the school ‘as the crow flies’

4.  Children living outside the school’s catchment area, living nearest in a straight line ‘as the crow flies’

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