Admissions for September 2017
If your child is due to start primary school in September 2017 you must apply for a school place between 1 November 2016 and 15 January 2017.
Prospective parents and carers are encouraged to come and visit our school. This provides an opportunity to take a full tour of our building and find out more about our school.
We have an Open Day for prospective Reception Parents on:
Monday 14th November 2016
Alternatively if this date is not suitable, please make an appointment to view the school by either telephoning the office on 0113 2930699 or email on email@example.com
We look forward to welcoming you to our school.
How to apply:
There will be 60 Reception places available in September 2017. All applications for pupils to start Reception in September 2017 should be made via the Schools Admissions Team at Leeds City Council. You can apply for a school place in Reception from 1st November 2016; the deadline for applications is 15th January 2017. Offers of a school place will be sent out in April 2017. If you have applied online you should receive your offer on the same day; if you applied by post it will take up to week to receive the letter.
Prospective parents who wish to apply to our school for a place in Reception for September 2017 must complete the Primary, Infant and Junior Common Preference form either online or a paper copy (not available yet) and return it to the Schools Admissions Team who will then allocate the places according to the Leeds Admission Policy 2017-2018.
Leeds City Council Schools Admission Team:
Leeds City Council
PO Box 837
Tel: 0113 2224414
To find out more about all current admissions and to apply for a place online, click here for Leeds City Council Admissions
Admissions to other classes mid year.
Parents have the right to apply for a place at any school in Leeds, or the surrounding district, regardless of their address. Admissions are organised centrally by Leeds City Council.
Parents must apply directly to school for places (except for Reception for the up coming year)
A In Year Common Preference For ( ICPF) form should be completed by the parent/carer for every child, if a child is at another school Section 8 of the form should be completed by the child’s school and return to Allerton CE Primary to complete and return to Admissions Team.
Admissions to the school is in accordance with the criteria laid down in the Children’s Service Admissions to Primary School Booklet. This gives priority to children with special educational needs, those with siblings already attending the school and children living within the schools catchment area. LA admission page and all relevant policy documents and guidance see:
If the school is unable to offer a place Admissions Team will write to the parents/carers to advise them of local schools with space(s). Then the parents would be required to approach one of these schools directly to make an application. The Admissions Team does not make allocation unless the case falls under fair access.