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St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School York Avenue, Hanwell W7 3HU 020 8567 6293 admin@stjosephs.ealing.sch.uk www.stjosephshanwell.org.uk Nursery: Yes l Breakfast club: No l Afterschool club: Yes DfE No: 307/3507 Type of school: Voluntary aided Headteacher: Ben Cassidy Age range: 3-11 Planned admission number at 4 years: 90 Admissions criteria Siblings The attendance of a sibling at the school at the time of enrolment on the entry date will increase the priority of an application within each category placing the application immediately following those with accepted exceptional social, medical or pastoral need. The below criteria has been summarised, for the full admissions policy and arrangements please visit the school website: www.stjosephshanwell.org.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 child arrangements orders or special guardianship orders. 2. Baptised Catholic children with a certificate of Catholic Practice, who have a sibling at the school at the time of admission. 3. Baptised Catholic children with a certificate of Catholic Practice who are resident in the Parish of Our Lady and St. Joseph’s in Hanwell. 4. Other Baptised Catholic children with a certificate of Catholic Practice. 5. Other baptised Catholics. 6. Other ‘looked after’ children and children who have been adopted or made subject to child arrangements orders or special guardianship orders. 7. Children of catechumens and members of an Eastern Christian Church. 8. Christians of other Christian denominations whose application is supported by a letter from a minister/religious leader, showing membership of the faith community. 9. Children of other faiths whose application is supported by a letter from a minister/religious leader, showing membership of the faith community. 10. Any other children. 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 priority, if awarded, will place the child first in the priority list for the category they are judged to fit. 44 Starting Primary School 2018 Tie break Where the offer of places to all the applicants in any of the sub- catego ɥ́ѕٔݽձѥѼٕՉ͍ɥѥѡ)́ѼѡͥյȁݥɕѼѡ͔٥)ɕЁѼѡɕѥѡ͍́ɕ)ѡ1ѡɥ䀡1)5ձѥѥ)]ɔѡ́ɕѼݡ́ѡȁͥ)她ȁѡ͍ͅ啅Ȱѡ͔ͥ́ݥ)ͼѕ)Mх䁥ɵѥɴM%)eԁ͡ձєѡMéMх%ɵѥ)ɴM%QɵѥѡM%́ѡٕɹ) Ѽ͕́ȁѥձ䁅ЁѡMe)ɥѕɥѡٕЁٕՉ͍ɥѥA͔ɕɸѡM%)ͽȁФѼѡ͍ѽѡȁݥѠѡȁɕم)ݽɬɕեɕȁȁѥ%ԁЁє)ɕɸѡM%ѡͥєѡٕɹ ݥ)չѼͥȁȁѥձ) ѥє ѡɅѥ @) ѥє ѡAɅѥd́ѥєՕѡ)éɥ͠ɥЀȁѡɥЁɝѡɍݡɔ)ѡ䁅ѕ́5̤ѡɴݸѡ ͡ϊd) ɕ]̸%ЁݥՕѡɥ)́ͅѥ͙ѡЁЁЁ ѡɕЁȁɕȀݥѠ)ѡȁٕ́͡ȁ͕ٕ啅́ٔፕЁݡ)Ё݅́ͥѼͼѕ5́Mչ́)́ѥȁЁЁٔ啅̀Ȱѡ͔ѡ)ͥѡ͕ٕ͡ѕȤ)%ЁݥͼՕݡѡɅѥ́ѥս)ͥɕٕѼѡ ɍѡЁɕ́ѡ)ٔ啅́%Ё́ѕѡЁЁ ѥѕ́ݥՕ)ѡͥ́ѕ ѥє䁅ͼՕ)ѡɥЁݡѕ́ѕѕ䁕ፕѥ)ɍյх́ݡ͔ɽѡѥѼѕ)ѡЁͥȁ̸ͥѡȁх́ѡ͔ɍյх)չѡեՕѼɥ́輽ɍܹɜ)լՍѥٕɹ̽ͥ