Snarestone C of E (Aided) Primary School recognises the right of parents to express a preference of the particular school that they would like their child(ren) to attend. The Governing Board, which is responsible for admissions to this school, have agreed to follow the principles described in the Co-ordinated Scheme for Admission to Primary Schools.
Places are allocated in accordance with the Governing Board's policy. The initial admission may not exceed the Pupil Admission Number (PAN), which is currently set at 15.
Current legislation requires that the number of pupils in a Key Stage 1 class should not exceed 30. This may influence the number of places available in any one year.
For further information about admissions, speak to Nicky Hearfield in our office (01530 270598), or to the Admissions Team of Leicestershire Local Authority (0116 3056684 or email firstname.lastname@example.org).
For the next academic year - Parents and carers of children turning five from September 2021 can start to apply for a school place from 1st June 2020, and should note that the process closes 15th January 2021. You must apply for a school place through the home Local Authority that you live in, and the best way to apply if you live in Leicestershire is through the Leicestershire County Council online system. Please use the links below.
- Leicestershire County Council On-line application
- Leicestershire County Council In-year transfer
- Leicestershire County Council Policy
Appeals should be sent to: The Clerk to the Appeals Panel, St. Martins House, 7 Peacock Lane, Leicester, LE1 5PZ. The appeal must be in writing on the relevant form which can be obtained from the Diocesan Board of Education, St. Martins House, 7 Peacock Lane, Leicester, LE1 5PZ. Office email: DBEOffice@LeCcofE.org
Appeals must be made by 30th April in writing on the relevant form, and appeals will be heard during the summer term, within 40 schools days of this date. Appeals lodged after this deadline, like appeals for in-year admissions, will be heard within 30 school days of the appeal being lodged. In all cases, appellants will receive at least 10 days’ written notice of the appeal hearing. They may submit additional evidence in writing by 12 noon the day before the hearing. Decision letters are sent to the school, DLAT and appellant within 5 days of the hearing.
Please see below our school catchment area map.
Admissions for 2021-22
For this academic year, the LA and Leicester Diocese are not consulting on the Admissions policy. This is due to no changes being required and it being within a 7-year consultation period cycle.