South Green Junior School

South Green Junior School

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"Pupils say that South Green Junior School is amazing and that lessons are always packed with excitement and adventure."Ofsted 2016

"The walls are adorned with good-quality work."Ofsted 2016

"The Head Teacher and her effective team build pupils' confidence to approach their work with the mind-set that they 'can do that'." Ofsted 2016

"In every lesson pupils were able to say what they were learning and how they would know if they were successful in their learning."Ofsted 2016

"Pupils say that they feel very safe in school." Ofsted 2016

"Senior leaders work extremely well together, complementing each other's skills well." Ofsted 2016

"There are numerous examples throughout the school of the high expectations set about 'how we want to be at South Green." Ofsted 2016

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Notices:

Admissions

Children with statements of special educational needs that name the school on the
statement are required to be admitted to the school regardless of their place in the
 priority order.

Admissions Policy 2017/2018

South Green Juniors is a popular, oversubscribed school. It is strongly advised that parents contact the school in advance to check whether places are available.

 At South Green we endeavour to be fully inclusive. We welcome pupils from different cultural and religious backgrounds. No pupil is every refused admission on grounds of their background or academic ability.  We however, do have a strict admission criteria.

 Looked after children will be given first priority ahead of all other applicants.

 There is no guarantee of a place for children living in the priority admissions area.

 In the event of oversubscription places will be allocated using the following criteria in order given:

Applications must be made in accordance with the Primary Education in Essex booklet.

 

 Places will be allocated using the following criteria in the order given if a year group is oversubscribed.

  1. Looked After Children and previously Looked After Children (as defined below and set out  in the  latest edition of the Primary Education in Essex Booklet )
  2. Children attending the partner infant school (where a place is formally requested by the closing date)
  3. Children living in the priority admission area with a sibling attending  the school or partner infant school at the time of entry
  4. Other children living in the priority admission area
  5. Children living in the geographical area of Billericay (as defined on the map available at the school) with a sibling attending the school or partner infant school at the time of entry
  6. Other children living in the geographical area of Billericay (as defined)
  7. Children living outside the geographical area of Billericay (as defined) with a sibling attending the school or partner infant school at the time of entry
  8. Remaining applications

 The definition of sibling is as defined in the Primary Education in Essex Booklet

 A looked after child is a child who is (a) in the care of a local authority, or (b) being provided with accommodation by a local authority in the exercise of their social services functions (see the definition in section 22(1) of the Children Act 1989).  A child who was previously looked is one who immediately after being looked after, became subject to an adoption, residence or special guardianship order.

 OVERSUBSCRIPTION

In the event of oversubscription within any of the above criteria, priority will be determined by straight line distance from home to school, those living closest being given highest priority.  Straight line distances are calculated by Essex County Council using a computerised geographical information system as defined in the Primary Education in Essex Booklet. 

 

EXCEPTIONAL MEDICAL CIRCUMSTANCES

Exceptional medical reasons why a child should attend a particular school will override other admission criteria (other than Looked After Children and previously Looked After Children) if supported by medical evidence at the time of application but will not override the admission number. The relevant medical reasons may be in relation to either the child or one or both parents. Applicants must provide evidence from a doctor or other registered health professional setting out why the preferred school is the most suitable, and the difficulties that would be caused if the child attended and had to travel to another school.

 

1.The waiting list will be maintained (in order of admission criteria) for 6 weeks after the end of the Autumn Term.

  1. Late applications can be made and will be handled in accordance with the Primary Education in Essex booklet for children resident in Essex. For children resident outside of Essex, reference should be made to the process for handling late applications published by their home LA.
  1. For 2017-2018 the published admission number is 60.
  1. Where a child has been refused admission to South Green Junior School, the parents/carers of that child may appeal to an independent appeal panel.

Applications should be made to the Planning and Admissions Service, P.O. Box 4261, Chelmsford CM1 1GS – Tel: 0845 603 2200.


South Green Junior School Admissions Policy 2016/17

1.    Applications must be made in accordance with the Primary Education in Essex booklet.

There is no guarantee of a place for children living in the priority admissions area.  Places will be allocated using the following criteria in the order given if a year group is oversubscribed:

1.    Looked after children (or previously looked after children)
2.    Children attending the partner infant school.
3.    Children who do not attend the partner infant school but have a sibling attending the school or partner infant school
4.    Children living in the priority admissions area
5.    Remaining applications

For children who have a sibling admitted before 1st September 2007 attending the school or partner infant school, the priority admissions area includes roads on the site of the former St Andrew’s Hospital site (as defined on a map available at the school).  

The definition of sibling is as defined in the Primary Education in Essex Booklet

A looked after child is a child who is (a) in the care of a local authority, or (b) being provided with accommodation by a local authority in the exercise of their social services functions (see the definition in section 22(1) of the Children Act 1989).  A child who was previously looked is one who immediately after being looked after, became subject to an adoption, residence or special guardianship order.

In the event of oversubscription within any of the above criteria, priority will be determined by straight line distance from home to school, those living closest being given highest priority.  Straight line distances are calculated by Essex County Council using a computerised geographical information system as defined in the Primary Education in Essex Booklet.  

Exceptional medical reasons why a child should attend a particular school will override other admission criteria (other than Looked After Children and previously Looked After Children) if supported by medical evidence at the time of application but will not override the admission number. The relevant medical reasons may be in relation to either the child or one or both parents. Applicants must provide evidence from a doctor or other registered health professional setting out why the preferred school is the most suitable, and the difficulties that would be caused if the child attended and had to travel to another school. 

1.  The waiting list will be maintained (in order of admission criteria) for 6 weeks after the end of the         Autumn Term.

2.    Late applications can be made and will be handled in accordance with the Primary Education in Essex booklet for children resident in Essex.  For children resident outside of Essex, reference should be made to the process for handling late applications published by their home LA.

3.    For 2016-2017 the published admission number is 60.

4.    Where a child has been refused admission to South Green Junior School, the parents/carers of that child may appeal to an independent appeal panel.


Applications should be made to the Planning and Admissions Service, P.O. Box 4261, Chelmsford CM1 1GS – Tel: 0845 603 2200.