Reception(FS2), KS1, KS2
If you want to apply for a place in Reception(FS2), Y1, Y2, Y3, Y4 , Y5 or Y6 you will need to apply through East Riding of Yorkshire Admission team. For those children due to start school the September following their 4th birthday, the application process is open from October through to January. All applications for places have to be made via your own Local Authority and can be done by either contacting them by phone or via an application form on their website.
East Riding residents should apply to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council Admissions Section who can be contacted on tel: 01482 887700 or via the internet at http://www2.eastriding.gov.uk/learning/schools-colleges-and-academies/schools-and-school-places/school-admissions-and-catchment-finder/school-places-and-admissions/
Once your application has been processed you will be notified by your Local Authority if a place has been awarded to your child. If your application has been successful you will be contacted by a member of the academy’s administration team who will invite you and your child to visit the academy to have a look round and answer any queries you may have.
Foundation Stage 1 (Nursery)
All children are entitled to 15 hours of government funded childcare in the term after their third birthday. You may be entitled to 30 hours of funded childcare and can find out more information about this by visiting HM Government: Childcare Choices
If you want to apply for a place in our Foundation Stage 1 (nursery) you need to complete an application form and return it to the school office. You can get a paper copy of the form by contacting the school office.
Enhanced Resource Provision for children with autism or significant social communication difficulties
There are a limited number of places for pupils with a diagnosis of autism or significant social communication difficulties which is the identified primary need on their Education, Health and Care Plan.
Children in our enhanced resource provision are supported through a personalised timetable. They are part of their mainstream classes as much as possible with additional adult support but also have access to additional activities which are specific to their individual needs.
Children who access the resource provision are unique and bring their own strengths, interests and personalities. There will be some commonalities amongst pupils in the resource provision relating to their core needs and difficulties, as detailed below:
- They have significant difficulties and differences in the areas of social interaction, social communication, restricted interests and sensory sensitivities (a diagnosis of autism would confirm this).
- They have an Education, Health and Care Plan where the above are identified as the pupil’s primary need.
- They may have additional educational (learning) needs, but they are able to access parts of the mainstream curriculum, with adult support and appropriate differentiation.
- They may demonstrate challenging behaviour but this is manageable within a supportive mainstream environment with support from members of staff who have specialist knowledge and understanding of social communication difficulties.
Application for places are made through an annual or interim review of a child’s Education Health and Care Plan at their current school or setting.