We follow Calderdale MBC admissions criteria, see below.
Community, voluntary controlled and special schools
Places will be allocated in community and voluntary controlled primary schools in the following order of priority:
Pupils who are in public care (children 'Looked After') or pupils who were previously looked after but ceased to be so because they became adopted or became subject to a child arrangements or special guardianship order immediately following having been looked after.
Pupils who have a brother or sister (including step / half brothers and sisters) permanently resident in the same household and currently attending the school or its associated junior school (excluding pupils in their final year).
A sibling link cannot be claimed where a sibling in receipt of a Statement of Special Educational Needs, or Education, Health and Care Plan, is attending a resourced unit within a mainstream primary school.
If there is over-subscription within any category, then pupils will be admitted in the order of proximity of the pupil's permanent home to the school.
Distance will be calculated using a straight line measurement from the pupil's permanent home to the nearest designated school gate.
Distances will be calculated using the Local Authority's GIS (Geographical Information System). To ensure consistency, all measurements will be carried out by the Local Authority's GIS and no other method of measuring distance will be considered.
Each property has a coordinate taken from Ordnance Survey ADDRESS-POINT data. This is the point which distance measurements will be taken from.
In voluntary controlled schools, no account is taken of church membership or affiliation.
This oversubscription criteria also applies in respect of some academies, where there are more applications received than there are places available.