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Admissions Information and Virtual Tour

Admission Arrangements

 

How to apply for mid-year admissions

 

We are a single site primary school. We are a one-form entry school with an annual intake of 30.

 

To apply for a school place for your child, you need to follow the following procedure:

 

For all year group applications including Reception – you must apply for your child’s school place via the Essex County Council’s web page:www.essex.gov.uk/admissions.

 

Once your application has been processed, you will receive a letter from Essex County Council informing you if a place is available or not (this can take up to 3 weeks). If a place is not available you will be added to our waiting list.

 

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

  1. Looked After Children and previously looked after children;
  2. Children with a sibling* attending the school;
  3. Children living in the priority admission area;
  4. Remaining applications.

 

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 the highest priority.

Appealing an Admission Decision

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If you wish to appeal a decision made about a place at this school you can do so online at:

 

 https://www.essex.gov.uk/after-your-school-offer/appeals

Noak Bridge Primary School Virtual Tour

Watch our virtual tour of the school and explore our website to learn more about our wonderful school.

Please look at our website for information about the school.

It would be beneficial to watch the Virtual Tour and read the documents provided below.

Primary school places

 

You can apply for Reception school place at an Essex primary school between 8 November 2021 and 15 January 2022.

 

Before you apply

You should:

You may want to check the priority admission catchment area schools.

Primary School Admissions

Your helpful guide to applying for a primary school place.

Apply

 

Apply online for a Reception school place up to and including the 15 January 2022.

Please ensure that your online application is submitted by 15 January 2022. Remember to re-submit after making any changes before the deadline.

All application received after 15 January will be treated as late and will only be processed after all on-time applications.

You are less likely to get a place at one of your preferred schools if you apply later.

 

View your application

View your application

You cannot change your preferences online after the closing date. If you are changing address, you must email the School Admissions Team with:

  • your child’s details
  • your new address
  • proof of new address which must be:
  • a copy of a signed tenancy agreement if you are renting
  • a solicitor’s letter confirming you have exchanged contracts if you are purchasing your new home

 

School Admissions Team

Get in touch if you have a query about your application or if you are changing address.

Email: admissions@essex.gov.uk

 

School place offers

Offers will be sent to online applicants by email on 19th April 2022.

From 19th April 2022, if you applied online, you can log into your account to see your allocation.

Find out more about what to do after you get your school offer.

Secondary school admissions

Your helpful guide to applying for a primary school place.

Secondary School Applications

 

Admissions to secondary schools are co-ordinated by the Local Authority (LA). Parents and carers should apply online, if you cannot apply online you can download a Common Application Form (see below) to complete. You should list the schools that you wish to apply for, in order of preference.

 

Our advice when completing the Common Application Form would be:

 

  1. Ensure that your forms are submitted by the closing date of 31st October 2021. If they are not submitted by this date your child’s application will be treated as a ‘late application’ and you will be put to the bottom of priority lists. In the past this has resulted in children from the school not being allocated a school in the local area.

 

  1. Please list schools in preference order.  If you only list one or two schools and are not successful in gaining a place for your child, then this may result in your child being allocated a place in the nearest school with spaces available.

 

Timetable – September 2022 Secondary School Co-ordinated Admission Round

 

11 September 2021

Online application facility opens.

 

September/October 2021

Secondary school open days/evenings.

September: Selection tests taken by pupils that have registered for testing for selective school places and schools testing for aptitude.

 

31 October 2021

Statutory national closing date for all applications, including online. The online application system will be closed after this date.

 

1 November 2021 onwards

LA to consider all applications received after the closing date.

 

1 March 2022

National offer date.

 

March-end of August 2022

LA maintains waiting lists for all schools and fills any places that become available.

 

 

This would be our usual advice to parents at this time, but in these uncertain times this advice may change

 

  • Please make sure that you visit school websites for 'Virtual Open Evenings' which have replaced the usual Open Evenings or Open Days. 
  • When you apply online please ensure that you receive confirmation that your application has been received.
  • If you are applying for a place for your child at Billericay and you live outside the priority admissions area (and there is not a sibling attending Billericay) your child will need to sit the entrance exam. Parents and carers need to contact Billericay School directly in order to enter the child for their entrance test.

 

Applications for Selective School Places (11+)

 

Several parents and carers have expressed an interest in their children sitting the 11+.  Please make sure that you register your child should you wish them to take the entrance exam.

 

The majority of information can be found at the Consortium of Selective Schools in Essex (CSSE) website.  www.csse.org.uk

 

We would recommend that parents and carers look on this site for practice papers and information.

 

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