Loddington CEVA Primary School: admissions information

​Loddington CEVA Primary School, Main Street, Loddington, Kettering, NN14 1LA

Oversubscription criteria: September 2016 entry

When there are more applications than there are places available, the governors will admit children according to the following criteria which are listed in order of priority.

The Governors will admit children with a statement of special educational needs which names the school.

  1. ‘Looked After Children’, that is, children in local authority care, or previously ‘Looked After’ but immediately after being looked after became subject to an adoption, residence/child arrangements order or special guardianship order
  2. Children on social or medical grounds, where professionals have clearly identified that the school will best meet the needs of the child. These applications must be accompanied by documentary evidence from appropriate professionals within the Health or Social services.
  3. Children who live in the villages of Loddington, Orton and Thorpe Malsor
  4. Children who have a sibling continuing attendance at the school at the time of admission
  5. Children of parent(s)/legal guardian(s) who worship at the churches of St. Leonard’s, Loddington, All Saints, Thorpe Malsor, St. Andrew’s, Broughton, St. Andrews Cransley, Holy Trinity, Rothwell with Orton and St. Giles, Desborough or the Methodist Churches of Kettering (Central and Grange) and Rothwell. These applications must be accompanied by form SIF/A available from the school. The completed SIF/A will then be sent to the minister with the form SIF/B verify church allegiance.
  6. Children of worshipping members of any church that is a member of Churches Together in England, this includes the Church of England. These applications must be accompanied by form SIF/A available from the school. The completed SIF/A will then be sent to the minister with the form SIF/B to verify church allegiance
  7. Children of parents/legal guardians of other faiths, or none, who wish their child to be educated in a church school and Christian environment

Tiebreaker

Where there are more applications in any one category, applications will be prioritised on the distance from the address point of the child’s home to the address point of the school (this will be determined by the Local Authority using their standard method as described in this booklet).

Residency Definition

The child’s place of residence is the address of the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) with whom the child spends the majority of time during the school week (parents/legal guardians may be asked to produce evidence of residency/home address at any time during the admissions process).

Village Boundaries

For Broughton, Rothwell and Desborough Village boundaries definition please see map in school or on the school website – www.loddingtonschool.org.uk

Parish Boundaries (ecclesiastical parishes)

For parish boundaries, please visit the internet site www.achurchnearyou.com, put in your postcode, click on where you live and the name of your parish will be shown.

Definitions of Siblings

The definition of a brother or sister sometimes referred to as a sibling:

  • A brother or sister sharing the same parents
  • A half brother or sister where two children share one common parent
  • A step-brother or step-sister, where two children are related by a parent’s marriage/partnership
  • Adopted children

A brother or sister must be living at the same address when the application is made.

Worshipping Members

For your information, our guidance on the term “worshipping member” is as follows:

At least one of the parents or guardians of the child is regarded by the priest/minister/worship leader as part of the worshipping community at the church/worship centre. This would not necessarily mean that the parent is a “Member” in a technical sense (e.g. through baptism, confirmation or electoral roll) but would imply a pattern of attendance at worship (on Sunday or at other times) that is more than “occasional” and has been sustained for more than a short, very recent period of time.

Oversubscription criteria 2015-2016 entry

When there are more applications than there are places available, the governors will admit children according to the following criteria which are listed in order of priority. The governors will admit children with a statement of special educational needs which names the school.

  1.     “Looked after children” - that is, children in local authority care, or previously ‘looked after’ but immediately after being looked after became subject to an adoption, residence or special guardianship order
  2. Children on social or medical grounds, where professionals have clearly identified that the school will best meet the needs of the child. These applications must be accompanied by documentary evidence from appropriate professionals within the Health or Social services. The head teacher would consider and make the decision for this criterion
  3. Children who live in the villages of Loddington, Orton and Thorpe Malsor (see village definition below)
  4. Children who have a sibling continuing attendance at the school at the time of admission (September 2013) (see sibling definition below).
  5. Children of parent(s)/legal guardian(s) who worship at the churches of St. Leonard’s, Loddington, All Saints, Thorpe Malsor, St. Andrew’s, Broughton, St. Andrews Cransley, Holy Trinity, Rothwell with Orton and St. Giles, Desborough or the Methodist Churches of Kettering (Central and Grange) and Rothwell. These applications must be accompanied by form SIF/A available from the school. The completed SIF/A will then be sent to the minister with the form SIF/B verify church allegiance
  6. Children of worshipping members of any church that is a member of Churches Together in England (this includes the Church of England). These applications must be accompanied by form SIF/A available from the school. The completed SIF/A will then be sent to the minister with the form SIF/B to verify church allegiance
  7. Children of parents/legal guardians of other faiths, or none, who wish their child to be educated in a church school and Christian environment

Tiebreaker

Where there are more applications in any one category, applications will be prioritised on the distance from the address point of the child’s home to the address point of the school (this will be determined by the Local Authority using their standard method as described in this booklet)

Definition of residency

The child’s place of residence is the address of the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) with whom the child spends the majority of time during the school week (parents/legal guardians may be asked to produce evidence of residency/home address at any time during the admissions process)

Village Boundaries

For Broughton, Rothwell and Desborough Village boundaries definition please see map in school or on the school website – www.loddingtonschool.org.uk

Parish Boundaries (ecclesiastical parishes)

For parish boundaries, please visit the internet site www.achurchnearyou.com, put in your postcode, click on where you live and the name of your parish will be shown.

Definitions of Siblings

The definition of a brother or sister sometimes referred to as a sibling:

  • A brother or sister sharing the same parents
  • A half brother or sister where two children share one common parent
  • A step-brother or step-sister, where two children are related by a parent’s marriage/partnership
  • Adopted children

A brother or sister must be living at the same address when the application is made.

Worshipping Members

For your information, our guidance on the term “worshipping member” is as follows:

At least one of the parents or guardians of the child is regarded by the priest/minister/worship leader as part of the worshipping community at the church/worship centre. This would not necessarily mean that the parent is a “Member” in a technical sense (e.g. through baptism, confirmation or electoral roll) but would imply a pattern of attendance at worship (on Sunday or at other times) that is more than “occasional” and has been sustained for more than a short, very recent period of time.

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