We realise that choosing a school is one of the most important decisions that parents and carers make on behalf of their children. School websites, Ofsted reports and league tables are informative but only tell part of a school's story...
It is essential that you choose a school that is right for your child - not only academically but socially and emotionally - and this can best be done by seeing the school in action, as it is day in, day out, and not just during a 'one-off' open day.
We are very proud of our school and welcome all prospective parents and carers to visit us and experience how our children are educated and cared for at ANY time that is mutually convenient.
Here’s a reminder of our school’s values…
· We strive to achieve the highest standards in all areas for each individual
· We provide a nurturing, caring environment where every member is valued
· We take pride in our school, our work and our relationships with each other
· We aim to develop well-rounded and confident individuals who are ready for the next stage in their education and who make a positive contribution to British society
Application Process (for all maintained Cheshire East primary schools)
Lindow Community Primary School follows Cheshire East Local Authority’s Policy for Admissions, click here to view this policy in full.
Children reach compulsory school age at the beginning of the term following their 5th birthday. Under the Council’s policy, however, children may start school the September following their 4th birthday. To help children adjust to school, we will invite children into school several times in the term before they are due to start.
Applications for admission are normally considered in relation to the availability of places in the child’s chronological age group, other than in exceptional circumstances.
As required by law, Cheshire East Council makes arrangements for parents and carers to express their preference for the school where they wish their child to be educated and an opportunity to give reasons for their preference before any places are offered.
preferences must be made in writing and those made in accordance with the
Council’s arrangements will be met except where this would prejudice efficient
education or the efficient use of resources, i.e. where the year group in
question is full. Applications for schools that are oversubscribed will be
considered in accordance with the relevant published oversubscription criteria. (Application can be made on-line here)
preferences will be considered on the basis of the equal preference model for
allocating places. This means that all preferences listed by parents and carers
will initially be considered without reference to the preference ranking. Where
a pupil can potentially be offered more than one place, the single offer made
by the local authority will be for the school ranked highest on the application
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us.
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