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In line with legislation, the Governing Body of this school consulted over their admissions arrangements for First Time Admissions (referred to as the "Normal" Admissions Round) and Admissions during the Academic Year (referred to as "In-Year" Admissions) affecting admissions from September 2017.  The consultation period ran for a period of six weeks from 11th December 2015 to 22nd January 2016.  Four responses were received and considered by the Admissions sub-committee of the Governing Body.


The Governing Body of this school reviewed its admissions arrangements for the 2019/2020 Academic year at a meeting on 7th December 2017.  There were no amendments made that required a consultation.  The arrangements that affect admissions from September 2019 together with arrangements affecting admissions prior to September 2018 can be downloaded by clicking on the link below, from the school office, or via e-mail request to 



(D.O.B. 01/09/2014-31/08/2015).


If so, you need to apply for a school place before the closing date of 15th January 2019.


For further information you can view the "Starting School - A Guide For Parents" booklet and apply on line below or you can request a paper application from Somerset Direct on 0300 123 2224.


Please be aware, even if you currently have a sibling at this school, you MUST still make an application, failure to do so may result in your younger child not being offered a place at this school.


Outcome letters will be sent to parents, regarding applications for first admission to school, September 2019, by Somerset County Council, on our behalf on the common offer date of 16th April 2019. For your information, the allocation statement  for our school for September 2018 is below.


If you would like to be added to our mailing list to be informed of our Open Day arrangements, or to receive a prospectus, please complete and return the Admissions Enquiry Form below:



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