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School

Chorleywood Primary School

Stag Lane
Chorleywood
Hertfordshire
WD3 5HR

www.chorleywood.herts.sch.uk

Telephone: 01923 282095

Fax: 01923 282095

Email: admin@chorleywood.herts.sch.uk

Head teacher: Rebecca Roberts

School type: Primary Mixed

School category: Community

School number: 686

DFE number: 919-2019

Nursery class: Yes

Published Admission Number: 30

how many children this school is admitting

Number of children on roll: 234

Admission rules if you want a place at the school for September 2017

Hertfordshire County Council’s oversubscription criteria for community and voluntary controlled, first, infant, primary, junior and middle schools for the school year 2017/18.

All schools and academies must admit a child with a Statement of Special Educational Needs or an Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan that names the school.

If there are fewer applications than places available at a school all applicants will be admitted. If there are more applications than places available, the criteria outlined below will be used to prioritise applications.

Rule 1: children looked after
Children looked after and children who were looked after, but ceased to be so because they were adopted (or became subject to a child arrangements order or a special guardianship order).

Rule 2: medical or social
Children for whom it can be demonstrated that they have a particular medical or social need to go to the school.

Rule 3: linked school
In the case of junior schools, children who attend the linked infant school at the time of their application. This rule only applies to pupils who are currently attending an infant school which has a linked junior school.

Rule 4: sibling
Children who have a sibling on the roll of the school or linked school at the time of application. This applies to Reception through to Year 5 in infant, junior and primary schools; and from Reception through to Year 3 in first schools; and from Year 5 to Year 7 in middle schools.

Rule 5: nearest school
Children for whom it is their nearest community or voluntary-controlled school or an own admitting school or academy using Hertfordshire County Council's admission rules.

Rule 6: distance
Children who live closest to the school. Children not considered under rule 5 will be considered under rule 6.

Read Chorleywood Primary School's full admission rules for 17-18

Admission rules if you want a place at the school now

Hertfordshire County Council’s oversubscription criteria for community and voluntary controlled, first, infant, primary, junior and middle schools for the school year 2016/17.

All schools and academies must admit a child with a Statement of Special Educational Needs or an Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan that names the school.

If there are fewer applications than places available at a school all applicants will be admitted. If there are more applications than places available, the criteria outlined below will be used to prioritise applications.

Rule 1: children looked after
Children looked after and children who were looked after, but ceased to be so because they were adopted (or became subject to a child arrangements order or a special guardianship order).

Rule 2: medical or social
Children for whom it can be demonstrated that they have a particular medical or social need to go to the school.

Rule 3: linked school
In the case of junior schools, children who attend the linked infant school at the time of their application. This rule only applies to pupils who are currently attending an infant school which has a linked junior school.

Rule 4: sibling
Children who have a sibling on the roll of the school or linked school at the time of application. This applies to Reception through to Year 5 in infant, junior and primary schools; and from Reception through to Year 3 in first schools; and from Year 5 to Year 7 in middle schools.

Rule 5: nearest school
Children for whom it is their nearest community or voluntary-controlled school or an own admitting school or academy using Hertfordshire County Council's admission rules.

Rule 6: distance
Children who live closest to the school. Children not considered under rule 5 will be considered under rule 6.

Read Chorleywood Primary School's full admission rules for 16-17

Vacancies (for in year applications)

Yes - there are vacancies in Reception

Updated: 24 May 2017

Vacancy information is only relevant to in year applications.

Schools aim to update their vacancy information every 2 weeks.

Treat this information as a guide only – the situation can change on a daily basis.

How were school places allocated in previous years?

What happened in the last 2 years
 20152016

Number of places available

30

30

Number of applications made

140

121

Number of places offered

30

30

Places offered under each rule in 2016
Rules (in rule priority order)2016

Sen (special Educational Needs)

0

Children Looked After Or Previously Looked After

0

Medical/Social

0

Siblings

8

Nearest School

13

Not Nearest School

9

Places offered under each rule in 2015
Rules (in rule priority order)2015

Sen (special Educational Needs)

0

Children Looked After Or Previously Looked After

0

Medical/Social

0

Siblings

9

Nearest School

19

Not Nearest School

2

Distance of the furthest child admitted

Distance of the furthest child admitted in 2016 (in metres)
Rule2016

Nearest school

619.56

Distance

1564.12

Distance of the furthest child admitted in 2015 (in metres)
Rule2015

Nearest school

855.51

Distance

881.36

Use our 'Find Your Nearest School' system to identify the "nearest" school to your child's home address, in accordance with Hertfordshire County Council's admission arrangements.

Performance and Ofsted

Performance table for Chorleywood Primary School.

Ofsted report and rating for Chorleywood Primary School.

School officers

Admissions Officer: Pru Salmons

In Year Admissions Officer: Victoria Blackford

Attendance Improvement Officer: Kim Claridge-Taylor

District Schools Effectiveness Advisor: Pippa Bremner

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