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Hartley Primary School

Admissions

Please view the document linked below for information on admissions arrangements to Harley Primary School, the information has been provided by the London Borough of Newham.

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2019/20
Determined Admission Arrangements for entry from September 2019

Oversubscription criteria – how we offer school places

Following the formal consultation between 5 December 2017 and 31 January 2018  the Trustee Board of the Learning in Harmony Multi Academy Trust have adopted the London Borough of Newham Determined Arrangements for entry into school from September 2019. 

The main changes for 2019 admissions are: 

  • A single document for infant, junior, primary and secondary school admissions.
  • Removal of catchment areas and the associated catchment area priority for infant, junior and primary schools. This change was introduced to remove a barrier to admission at the most geographically local schools, due to the local set historic boundaries of a catchment areas. 
  • Inclusion of ‘School staff children’ as an oversubscription priority group. This is to assist local schools in recruiting and retaining staff by prioritising admission of staff children to their schools and will help ensure we have no barriers to recruitment especially where there is a demonstrable skills shortage, such as maths and science. 
  • Inclusion of ‘Service children’ as an oversubscription priority group. This change complements the council’s Cabinet approved housing allocations policy which prioritises Service children whose parent/carers have previously served, or are currently serving the country.

Further information can be obtained by clinking the link below.

https://www.newham.gov.uk/Pages/Services/Admissions-primary-school.aspx#DeterminedAdmissionArrangementsforentryfromSeptember2019

2017/18 + 2018/19
Key Points for Normal Admissions (also known as planned admissions)

For reception classes and year 3 classes in junior schools for the academic year 2017/18 starting in September 2017. All families with children with a date of birth 1 September 2012 and 31 August 2013 inclusive must apply to their home authority irrespective of the location of their preferred school. This means families living in Newham must apply to London Borough of Newham, Pupil Services. For admissions purposes, the home borough is where the child’s lives and not where there parent/carer live if this is different.

Pupil Services will communicate by a secure method with other Admissions Authorities in Newham and outside of the borough, where preferences are not Newham maintained schools to determine the outcome and offer the highest single offer available to each family who apply.

Newham Pupil Services will notify all Newham applicants in writing of the outcome of any application even where the offered school is not located in Newham. Where families have applied online using the Pan London Eadmissions their outcome will also be electronically available.

2017/18 + 2018/19
Key Points for In Year Admissions
(previously known as late arrivals, mid term or mid phase admissions) 

For ‘In Year’ admissions and for Reception 2017/8 entry where the late application is being submitted after 31 August 2017:
• Newham residents wanting to apply for any schools located in Newham expect Chobham Academy or St. Luke’s CoE Primary School must use LB Newham’s ‘In Year’ common application form (CAF) www.newham.gov.uk/admissions
• Newham residents wanting to apply for schools outside of the borough must check the website for the borough where the school is located to obtain details of the application process.
• Families from outside of Newham who want to apply for a school/academy located in Newham must apply direct to LB Newham Pupil Services
www.newham.gov.uk/admissions Newham Pupil Services will notify the family and their home borough of the outcome.

Parents/carers living in Newham have the right to name six preferences for the schools they would prefer their child to attend, using our common application form (CAF) which can be obtained at www.newham.gov.uk/admissions, requested by phone on 020 8430 2000 or by post from:

Pupil Services
P.O. Box 69972,
London,
E16 9DG