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The Edward Betham Church of England Primary School Notes Note 1. A parent/guardian is any person who has parental responsibility for or is the legal guardian of the child. Where our policy refers to parents/guardians attending church, it is sufficient for just one parent/guardian to attend. Family members include only parents/guardians, as defined above, and siblings. Note 2. The Governors regard attendance at worship on a regular weekly basis as a sign of Church of England practice. A similar degree of commitment to other churches or faiths is expected. Less frequent attendance may be considered where supporting evidence is provided by a Minister or Religious Leader. Note 3. The address provided on the Supplementary Information Form will be used for ranking purposes. Where a child spends part of a week with one parent and part with another, the address provided must be the address at which the child spends the majority of the week. Note 4. Information concerning whether an applicant’s address falls within one of the named parishes can be obtained by using the postcode search at Note 5. In all categories, if after applying the criteria, two or more children have equal priority, the child who lives nearest the school will be given priority. The distance from home to school is measured by a straight-line, from a point in the property to a point in the school determined by the grid references for the centre of the school’s postcode, as calculated by the Ealing Local Authority [The measuring system is an integral part of the admission software produced by Tribal Technology Ltd. It uses Ordnance Survey maps and is accurate to 1 metre.] How places were offered in 2018 Admissions criteria Offers made on national offer day Criteria 1 to 6a All applicants offered Criteria 6b Distance of last child to be offered: 0.672 of a mile Waiting lists Applicants who are unsuccessful in obtaining a place will automatically be placed on a waiting list (also in accordance with the criteria below). Parents/guardians can ask for their child’s name to be removed from the waiting list at any stage. Nursery admissions Applications for nursery are made directly to the school. Please visit the school website for information on nursery admissions: For detailed information about the school please visit the school website: Note 6. Tie Break - In the event of a tie we will operate a random allocation by drawing lots. Note 7. It is the Parents or Guardians who are the applicants on behalf of the children. Note 8. In the event of a child not being admitted there is a right of appeal to an Independent Admissions Appeal Panel. The school will give details if necessary. Starting Primary School 2019 53