To apply for a school place for your child at the beginning of the next school year, you will need to apply online using the Lincolnshire County Council website (click here).
If you are moving to our school from another school, this is considered a 'mid-year admission' and this is also processed by Lincolnshire County Council. Please click here to access the online form.
Once the place has been accepted by our school, the forms below can be used to register your child. Our admissions process is now fully digital and can be accessed from almost any digital device (it's mobile friendly too)! The two links below are for registering a pupil and for providing consent to use images/videos. If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact our School Office.
Want to come and see us?
If you are interested in visiting our school, we would like to offer you a chance to come and see us in action! We will provide you with a tour of the school as well as the opportunity ask any questions that you may have. You can also find our video tour on the 'Virtual School Tour' by clicking here.
Please contact Mrs Day in our school office on 01507 327393 and she will help to organise your visit.
Where places permit, children may be admitted to the Nursery at the start of the term following the child’s 3rd birthday and will be offered a morning and/or afternoon place, taking parental preference into consideration when possible. To apply for a place in our Nursery, you do not need to contact Lincolnshire County Council and should, instead, contact us directly.
When the number of applications for Nursery places exceeds the number of places available, the school’s Governing Body will apply the Lincolnshire County Council policy using the following criteria when allocating places for admission to the Nursery and for the operation of the reserve list.
- Recognised professional opinion showing that circumstances present a particularly strong case for admitting a child. (This criterion will apply to a maximum of 10% of places). Applications from priority cases should be submitted with supporting evidence from a doctor, Social Worker or other relevant professional.
- Medical reasons why the school or class is most suitable (for example, wheelchair access).
- Sibling already attending the school.
- Convenience of access: straight-line distance of the child’s home from the school.
This means that, in most cases, children living close to the school will be given a higher priority than those living further away.
The appeals process and timeline is outlined here.