(b) Children with special medical or
social circumstances affecting the child where these needs can only be met at
Professional supporting evidence from a professional, e.g.
a doctor, psychologist, social worker, is essential if admission is to be made
under the criterion for special medical or social circumstances, and such
evidence must set out the particular reasons why the school is question is the
most suitable school and the difficulties which would be caused if the child
had to attend another school.
2. Children whose parents live within the
ecclesiastical parish of Barton St
A map showing the boundaries is available
3. Children whose parents live outside the
who have a sibling attending the school on the date of application and on the
date of admission.
Siblings include step, half, foster,
adopted brothers and sisters living at the same address.
of staff who have been employed in the school for the whole of the two years
prior to the closing date for applications, or where the member of staff is
recruited to fill a vacant post for which there is a demonstrable skill
This applies to all staff, full and
part time, who are employed by the governing body.
with a parent/guardian worshipping in a church in membership of Churches
Together in England
"Parental worshipping" is normally taken to mean a
minimum of monthly attendance at church at public worship for at least 12 months
prior to 1st September 2017.
The governors will request confirmation of this from the relevant
member of the clergy or church officer.
list of Churches can be found on the Churches
Together in England website at cte.org.uk Lists are taken as on 1st September
2017. Churches in
membership of the equivalent bodies in Northern
are equally accepted.
there are more applicants for the available places within a category, then the
distance between the Ordnance Survey address points for the school and the home
measured in a straight line will be used as the final determining factor,
nearer addresses having priority over more distant ones. This address point is within the body of the
property and usually located at its centre. Where two addresses have the same distance, or
the cut-off point is for addresses
within the same building, then the Local Authority's system of a random draw
will determine which address(es) receive the offer(s).