Holy Trinity C of E Primary School

School: Holy Trinity C of E Primary School
Type: Voluntary_Aided(Faith)
Address: Longlands Close Crossbrook Street Waltham Cross Hertfordshire EN8 8LU
Telephone: 01992 623467
Email: admin@holytrinity.herts.sch.uk
Age Range: 4-11

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Admission rules for Holy Trinity C of E Primary School

This is a voluntary aided mixed-sex primary school.

RULE 1. Children who are in public care whose parents or guardians who are practising members of Christ Church, Waltham Cross. By practising is meant attending Sunday worship at Christ Church at least six times a year and having a letter from Priest/Minister to verify attendance.

RULE 2. (Children Looked After, CLA). Written supporting evidence should be supplied, at the time of application, from the relevant Local Authority (LA). Further guidance is found in the Hertfordshire booklet ‘Starting School.

RULE 3. Children of parents or guardians who are practising members of Christ Church, Waltham Cross. By practising is meant attending Sunday worship at Christ Church at least six times a year and having a letter from Priest/Minister to verify attendance.

RULE 4. Children who reside in the same family grouping and have a sibling at the school at the time of their proposed admission. (A sibling means the sister, brother, half brother or sister, adopted brother or sister, or child of the parent/carer or partner, and in every case living in the same house from Monday to Friday.)

RULE 5. Children of parents and guardians who are practising members of a Christian congregation, which is a member of Churches Together in Great Britain, and live within the following geographical area: East of the A10 Great Cambridge Road, the south side of College Road, the south side of Windmill Lane, west of the Lea Valley railway and north of the M25 motorway. By practising is meant attending church at least six times during the year immediately prior to application and having a letter from Priest/ Minister to verify attendance.

RULE 6. Any other children who live within that geographical area.

RULE 7. Children of parents or guardians who are practising members of a Christian congregation living outside that area. Practising to be defined as (4) above.

RULE 8. Any other children.

Tiebreak: straight line distance from the school (measurement provided by Hertfordshire County Council).

NOTES

In addition to our online or paper form, please complete a supplementary information form (SIF) for this school. SIFs are available from the school and at www.hertsdirect.org

The Governors are required to admit a pupil with a Statement of Special Educational Needs which names the school.

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