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St Anne's Infants' School

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Reception admissions

Sadly due to Covid-19, we are unable to carry out tours of the school to prosepctive parents. We hope that the following video tour will give you a glimpse of what life is like at St Anne's Infants'. There is also a wealth of information on the website and you are welcome to email the school office if you have specific questions. 

St Anne's Infants' School Video Tour 2020

Produced by Adam Gasson www.adamgasson.com

The school is the admissions authority for entry to Reception. However, the school commissions the Local Authority to conduct the bulk admissions process for the September of every year, using the Local Authority admissions criteria to offer the 60 places and manage over subscription. Applications need to be made through the LA web page as below. The criteria applied are as follows:

  1. Children in Care or children who were previously in Care but immediately after being in Care became subject to an adoption, residence, or special guardianship order
  2. Siblings at the infants or the paired junior school
  3. Children living closest to the school as measured in a direct line from the home address to the school

 

Further details and definitions of the criteria can be found in the policy below. 

 

Applications can be made online at www.bristol.gov.uk/schooladmissions from September to mid January of each year and the first round of places are offered in mid April, with second round offers in June. Further details can be found on the website or calling 0117 903 7694 or emailing school.admission@bristol.gov.uk

 

There are 60 places in two Reception classes. Children are allocated a class usually in July to start in September. Classes are finalised by the October half term with any changes being made by the start of Term 2. Classes may be mixed when moving between year groups with decisions being made on a cohort by cohort basis. 

 

The school does not admit children out of their chronological year group except in exceptional circumstances. If you wish to defer your child's entry to Reception you must request to do so in writing to the head teacher before you submit your application to the local authority. 

2021-22 Reception admissions policy

Bristol City Council Information on applying for a Reception place

Admissions Appeals

If your child does not receive a place are your preferred school, you have the right to appeal the decision. Information on how to do this including deadlines can be found here: 

https://www.bristol.gov.uk/schools-learning-early-years/primary-school-new-reception-admissions-appeals

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