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Holy Family Catholic Primary School The Presbytery, Vale Lane, W3 0DY 020 8992 3980 admin@holyfamily.ealing.sch.uk www.holyfamilyealing.co.uk Nursery: Yes l Breakfast club: No l Afterschool club: No DfE No: 307/2000 Type of school: Voluntary aided Headteacher: Thomas Doherty Age range: 3-11 Planned admission number at 4 years: 60 Admissions criteria Exceptional need The Governing Body will give top priority, after the appropriate category of looked after children, to an application where compelling evidence is provided at the time of application, from an appropriate professional such as a doctor, priest or social worker, of an exceptional social, medical, pastoral or other need of the child, which can only be met at this school. The below criteria has been summarised, for the full admissions policy and arrangements please visit the school website: www.holyfamilyealing.co.uk Where the number of applications is greater than the planned admission number, applications will be considered against the criteria set out below. After the allocation of children with an EHC plan, the admission criteria will be applied in the following order of priority: 1. Catholic looked after children and Catholic children who have been adopted or made subject to a child arrangement or special guardianship order) 2. Baptised Catholic children from practising Catholic families who have a sibling in the school at the time of admission 3. Baptised Catholic children from practising Catholic families who are resident in the parish of The Holy Family, West Acton, as shown on the attached map; 4. Other baptised Catholic children from practising Catholic families who live outside the parish of Holy Family; 5. Other baptised Catholic children 6. Other looked after children and children who have been adopted or made subject to child arrangement or special guardianship order 7. Other children with a sibling in the school; 8. Catechumens and members of an Eastern Christian Church. 9. Christians of other Christian denominations whose application is supported by their minister of Religion. 10. Children of other faiths whose application is supported by their Religious leader 11. Any other children. In the event of oversubscription in each Category, the following criteria will be used to place applicants in order of priority. a. Those with a parent employed by the School for two or more years at the time at which the application for admission is made. a. Distance will be measured by computer software based on Ordnance Survey and postal address data using straight line measurement. 30 Starting Primary School 2018 Tie break Where the offer of places to all the applicants in any of the sub-categories listed above would still lead to oversubscription, the places up to the admission number will be offered to those living nearest to the school as measured by the LA. In the case of identical distance, the offer will be made using random allocation which will take place in the presence of an independent witness. Multiple applications Where the final place (60th) is offered to a twin or a child who has another sibling applying for a place in the same academic year the Governing Body will admit the other sibling(s). Supplementary information form (SIF) You should complete the School’s Supplementary Information Form (SIF). The information on the SIF enables the Governing Bod B\\[\\X][ۈ[HYZ[H8&\ܚ]\XH[B][وݙ\Xܚ\[ۋY[H\]H\ܛH[\\X][ۈ[H][\[ܚ]KX\H]\HQ [\ۈ܈H HH ]\][\[][\\ܚ\]Z\Y܈[\\X][ۈHH[]K\YX]Hو]XXXH  B&\YX]Hو]XXXx&HYX[H\YX]H\YYHB[Z[x&\\\Y\ ܈HY\[\HوH\\BH[Z[H][X\H[HܛHZYۈHH\&Bۙ\[Hو[[[[\ˈ][H\YYYHY\\œ]\ٚYY]]X\ۙH]X\[܈\\ [ۙ]B[ YH܈H\ݙ\][YX\ H]H ^\[]\[\XHH][YX\ۈ[^\[H^\›و؛Y][ۈ܈]X\]HYX\ ܋[H\HوH[ [HHYHو][Yܝ\K][[H\YY[BXXH\Y[۝[[\[HZ[XZ]Y[H\Y]\Y\[]HYX\Yˈ]\^XY][\YX]\[H\YYۈH\\و][[KH\YX]BX^H[H\YYHHY\[][[H\[\\YH^\[ۘ[\[\[\X^\HHH؛Y][ۂ][ۈ]\[ۈ܈\[ۜˈ\\]Z[و\B\[\[\[H[[HZY[H\YYY\šܘ˛ܙ˝ZYX][ۋݙ\ܜYZ\[ۜ