Entry into full time education takes place once a year in September. New entrants are invited to spend some time in school at special sessions towards the end of term prior to that in which they will be admitted. If your child will be starting in Reception, your child’s new Teacher will contact you to arrange a home visit, to get to know you and your child – in this way we can ‘hit the ground running’ in September.
The School serves the village and surrounding area from which parents seeking admission for their children will have priority. Priority is given to siblings of children already with existing places who live within the locality. Surplus places are then offered to children from outside the recognised area the school serves.
Individual arrangements are made for older pupils who transfer from another School and depends largely on whether we have space in particular years groups and classes. Please speak to us about this.
All admissions are dealt with separately by the Bradford Education Admissions Office (01274-439200).
Any appeals for school places will be managed by Bradford Local Authority http://bradford.gov.uk/education-and-skills/school-admissions/make-an-appeal/
Bradford Local Authority makes arrangements for the admission of pupils to school
Hoyle Court Primary School will admit a maximum of 45 children in 2 classes to Reception classes each year
- A detailed description of admission arrangements is online at: www.bradford.gov.uk/education-and-skills/school-admissions/apply-for-a-place-at-one-of-bradford-districts-schools/
- A hard copy of the admissions booklet and application form can be obtained from this site.