Cockernhoe Endowed C of E Primary School

School: Cockernhoe Endowed C of E Primary School
Type: Voluntary_Aided(Faith)
Address: Cockernhoe Green Luton Hertfordshire LU2 8PY
Telephone: 01582 732509
Email: admin@cockernhoe.herts.sch.uk
Age Range: 4-11

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Admission rules for Cockernhoe Endowed C of E Primary School

This is a voluntary aided mixed-sex primary school.

1. Children in public care (children looked after) and children who were looked after, but ceased to be so because they were adopted (or became subject to a Child arrangements order or special guardianship order).

2. Medical or Social: Children for whom it can be demonstrated that they have a particular medical or social need to go to the school. A panel of officers will determine whether the evidence provided is sufficiently compelling to meet the requirements for this category. The evidence must relate specifically to the school applied for under Category 2 and must clearly demonstrate why it is the only school that can meet the child’s needs.

3. a) Children who, are eligible for the Early Years Pupil  Premium or Pupil Premium, who live in the village of Cockernhoe, Mangrove Green, Tea Green, Wandon End and their neighbouring farms, as marked in red on the plan, which is available at the school and on the School Web Site.

b) Children who live in the village of Cockernhoe or   Mangrove Green, Tea Green, Wandon End and their neighbouring farms, as marked in red on the plan, which is available at the school and on the School Web Site.

4. a) Siblings of children already at the school at the time of entry, who are eligible for the Early Years Pupil Premium or Pupil Premium: For the purpose of this policy siblings include other children permanently residing at the same address. Children in the nursery cannot be claimed as a sibling link (because there is no guarantee these children will be offered a place in the school’s reception class.)

b)Siblings of children already at the school at the time of entry:  For the purpose of this policy siblings include other children permanently residing at the same address. Children in the nursery cannot be claimed as a sibling link (because there is no guarantee these children will be offered a place in the school’s reception class).

5. Children living outside the area as defined in category 3 above, one or more of whose parents/guardians have, at the time of application, and for a period of twenty four months previously, attended worship at St. Francis Church at least twice in each calendar month and be an active and committed member of the church.

6. Children living outside the area as defined in category 3 above, one or more of whose parents/guardians have, at the time of application, and for a period of twenty four months previously, attended public worship at other Christian Churches in the parishes of St. Francis and St. Thomas, at least twice in each calendar month, live within the parish boundaries and be an active and committed member of the church.

7. Children living outside the area as defined in category 3 above, where one or more of whose parents/guardians have, at the time of application, and for a period of twenty four months previously, attended public worship at other Christian Churches outside the parish of St. Francis and St. Thomas, at least twice in each calendar month and be an active and committed member of the church.

8. Any other children who live nearest the school

Evidence of church attendance for applicants in category 5-7 will be sought on the supplementary form.

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