We really look forward to welcoming you to our school. Please see the information below and contact Mrs Leith for initial advice regarding admissions. You can also book an appointment with our Headteacher, Mrs Quinton if you would like to talk further about our school and to discuss how you can become a part of the Long Crendon School family. firstname.lastname@example.org
Admission rules for Community and Voluntary-Controlled schools – as of September 2021
Once places have been allocated to children with an Educational Health and Care Plan (Statement of Special Educational Needs), the remaining places will be allocated in the following order:
Rule 1 – Looked after and previously looked after children.
Rule 2 – Children who have exceptional medical or social needs, which can only be met at that school, supported by written evidence from an appropriate professional person.
Rule 3 – Children of staff where either:
- The member of staff has been employed at the school for two or more years at the time at which the application for admission to the school is made,
- The member of staff is recruited to fill a vacant post for which there is a demonstrable skill shortage
Rule 4 – Children living within the catchment area of the school.
Rule 5 – For the main point of entry: Siblings of children who are attending the school in Year R to Year 5 at the time the allocations are made (March 2022), and are expected to be on the school roll at the time of the proposed admission, or who have already been offered a place to start in the current academic year at the school.
For immediate in year admission after the normal point of entry: Siblings of children who are in Year R to Year 6 at the time of admission to the school.
Rule 6 – Once the above rules have been applied, then any further places will be offered in distance order, using the distance between the family’s Normal Home Address and the school’s nearest entrance gate, offering the closest first. We use straight line distance.
Rule 7 – Where a school can take some, but not all, of the children who qualify under one of these rules, we will give priority to children by taking account of the next rule (or rules) in the numbered list to decide who has priority for places.
For example, places are offered to catchment siblings before children living in the catchment area without siblings. In each case, distance is used to prioritise which children should be offered places.
Rule 8 – If it is still not possible to decide between two applicants who are equal distance then an independently scrutinised random allocation will be made to allocate the final place.
Further information on admissions and an explanation of the terms used in the admissions policy can be found on Buckinghamshire Councils website www.buckscc.gov.uk/admissions