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The below are all statutory requirements of this section. The Admissions documentation can be found on the ‘Policies & Procedures’ page of the website.
- Selection and Oversubscription criteria
- Statement of Published Admission Numbers (PAN)
- Process of Application Through the Local Authority
The standard admission number for September 2016/17 will be 60.
Your child may start Brooklands Primary School at any time between the ages of 3 and 11 and there are different arrangements depending upon the age of your child.
Parents should come to the school office where their details will be taken and parents will be notified by letter when a place becomes available at the appropriate time.
Mainstream – Key Stage 1
An application form is sent from Derbyshire County Council to be completed by parents and returned to D.C.C. who will inform school as to the allocation of places. If you move into the area during the school year an application form can be collected from the school office, completed and returned. You will then be informed if your application is successful.
Key Stage 2
If your child already attends Brooklands Primary School there will be no need to apply for admission to Key Stage 2. If you move into the area during the school year you will need to follow the same procedure as for Key Stage 1 as all admissions are handled centrally by Derbyshire County Council.
Parents of Year 2 children at other infant schools should normally apply for admission by February of the year in which they want to start Key Stage 2.
Our normal catchment area extends from the school to the station, Fields Farm Estate and to the Green in the town centre.
It is the governments ruling that classes at Key Stage 1 will not exceed 30. It is the governors’ policy that junior classrooms should not exceed 30.
Appeals for Admission to Brooklands Primary School
There have been changes to the admission appeals process during the coronavirus pandemic.
For more information click here
Your appeal will be heard by an appeal panel, independent of the Local Authority and us.
Our guidance on appeals is attached to this page and you should read this before appealing.
Primary and junior appeals
If your appeal is for a child starting school for the first time during the 2020 to 2021 academic year or transferring from year 2 at an infant school to junior provision in September 2020 and you are told of the decision on 16 April 2020, you should submit your appeal within 28 days.
If you are informed of a decision for reception for 2020 to 2021 or junior school for September 2020 after 16 April 2020 or it relates to an in year admission, you should submit your appeal within 28 days of being told that application was unsuccessful.
Our reception intake and junior intake facilities are open for you to make your appeal, however, at the present time, in year primary appeals remain suspended.
For each appeal, you should continue to follow this link