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Admissions

Northfield Manor Primary Academy Admissions Information

 

Northfield Manor Primary School is a 2 Form Entry school with 60 places available in each Year Group. Both Reception and In-Year Admissions are dealt with by the Local Authority and all applications should be made directly to them rather than the school. Birmingham Admissions and Appeals can be contacted on 0121 675 0555. The criteria for admissions to our school is as follows:

 

1. Looked After Children will have 1st Priority to places.

 

2.This is followed by the siblings of Children already attending Northfield Manor Primary School Academy

 

3.Priority will then be given to those children who live closest to the school.

 

Please note that we do not have a specific catchment area.

 

Reception Classes:

 

We hold 2 Open Afternoons for prospective parents to visit the school and have a look around. The dates can be obtained from the School Office, Local Nurseries and the Local Authority.

 

Each October Parents of Reception age children attending a community or private nursery should receive information by post from their Local Authority  detailing how they can apply for places in the Reception class of their chosen school/s for the following September. 

Information can also be obtained from Primary Schools and Libraries.  Applications should be made on-line or posted to School Admissions by the date advised. Please do not send applications into any of your chosen schools. If your child has a statement of Special Educational Needs (SEN), please refer to the SEN Statements page at www.birmingham.gov.uk/schooladmissions

 

 The local Authority will send e-mails or letters around mid-April to parents and carers notifying them of the place their child has been allocated. Parents/Carers have the right to appeal this allocation if it is not one of their choices and all appeals should be made directly to the Local Authority.  Please note, waiting lists for Reception children are not held by the school.

 

Following acceptance of a place in our Reception class, Parents/Carers will receive a letter from us confirming their child’s place and inviting them to a New Parents’ Evening in May/June.

 

In-Year Admissions:

 

Parents/Carers wishing to admit their child/children into one of our Year Groups during the year are advised to make an appointment beforehand via the School Office. This will give them the opportunity to view the school and have any questions that they may have answered.  Birmingham Admissions and Appeals should then be contacted on 0121 675 0555 and an In-Year Admissions Form requested.Office beforehand should contact Birmingham Admissions and Appeals on 0121 675 0555 and request an In-Year Admissions Form.  This form should be returned to the Local Authority.  If a place is not available at that time, the child/children can be placed on the school waiting list.

 

For further information please see our Admissions Policy or visit www.birmingham.gov.uk/schooladmissions . 

 

Information for new children.

 

Our Headteacher is Mr Smith and our deputy Headteacher is Mrs Cockerill. 

 

You are allowed into School at 8.45am and register is at 8.55am. It is very important not to be late to school. However you can go register for breakfast club which starts at 7.45am.

It is important to come to school every day.  We have individual and class prizes for attendance.

If you are in Key Stage One (Reception,Year 1,2) School finishes at 3.20pm.

If you are in Key Stage Two (Year 3,4,5,6) School finishes at 3.25pm.

 

Milk can be purchased half termly. Key stage one children are given fruit and water. Key stage two children can buy a toast and a drink from the tuck shop at break time. 


You will get one piece of homework and spellings every week and reading daily.

If you have any dinner money or money for class trips this must be given to your teacher, not the office, in a labelled envelope.

Please tell your teacher if you need medication like an inhaler or an epi-pen.

Ask your teacher about our After School Clubs or look on our website - We have lots!

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