Primary schools

Primary schools include infant schools.

Infant schools take children from Reception to Year 2 whilst primary schools take children from Reception to Year 6.
 

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Austin Farm Primary Academy admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 362KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • An addition to the normal point of entry admission oversubscription criteria to include a priority category for children attending the school’s own nursery who are in receipt of early years pupil premium, the pupil premium or the service premium.
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the staff supplementary information form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.
  • An additional pupil premium supplementary information form to evidence receipt of early years premium, pupil premium or service premium.

 Beechwood Primary Academy admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 612KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Removal of the school designated catchment area as an oversubscription criteria. In the previous academic year (2019/20), priority was given to children living in a designated area. This will no longer apply.
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Boringdon Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 174KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Removal of the school designated catchment area as an oversubscription criteria. In the previous academic year (2019/20), priority was given to children living in a designated area. This will no longer apply.
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Chaddlewood Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 174KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 College Road Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 491KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Compton CE Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 325KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Drake Primary Academy admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 433KB]  

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Dunstone Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 482KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Eggbuckland Vale Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 507KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Elburton Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 705KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • PAN increased from 60 in the previous year to 75. This means that the school plans to take 15 more children into the Reception year.
  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • An addition to the normal point of entry admission oversubscription criteria to include a priority category for children attending the school’s own nursery who are in receipt of early years pupil premium, the pupil premium or the service premium.
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the staff supplementary information form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.
  • An additional pupil premium supplementary information form to evidence receipt of early years premium, pupil premium or service premium.

 Ernesettle Community School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 304KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Ford Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 750KB]

 

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Removal of the school designated catchment area as an oversubscription criteria. In the previous academic year (2019/20), priority was given to children living in a designated area. This will no longer apply.
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Glen Park Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 174KB] 

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Goosewell Primary Academy admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 433KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 High Street Primary Academy admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 433KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 High View Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 325KB]

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 Holy Cross Catholic Primary School admisison arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 621KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Hooe Primary Academy admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 750KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Hyde Park Infant School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 325KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Knowle Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF,

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Laira Green Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 325KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Leigham Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 507KB] 

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Lipson Vale Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 325KB]

 

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Manadon Vale Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 507KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • An addition to the normal point of entry admission oversubscription criteria to include a priority category for children attending the school’s own nursery who are in receipt of early years pupil premium, the pupil premium or the service premium.
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the staff supplementary information form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.
  • An additional pupil premium supplementary information form to evidence receipt of early years premium, pupil premium or service premium.

 Marine Academy Primary admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 224KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Marlborough Primary Academy admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 433KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Mary Dean's CE Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 325KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • An addition to the normal point of entry admission oversubscription criteria to include a priority category for children attending the school’s own nursery who are in receipt of early years pupil premium, the pupil premium or the service premium.
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the staff supplementary information form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.
  • An additional pupil premium supplementary information form to evidence receipt of early years premium, pupil premium or service premium.

 Mayflower Community Academy and Nursery admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 579KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Montpelier Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 188KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Morice Town Primary Academy admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 433KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • An addition to the normal point of entry admission oversubscription criteria to include a priority category for children attending the school’s own nursery who are in receipt of early years pupil premium, the pupil premium or the service premium.
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the staff supplementary information form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.
  • An additional pupil premium supplementary information form to evidence receipt of early years premium, pupil premium or service premium.

 Mount Street Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF 579KB]

 

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • An addition to the normal point of entry admission oversubscription criteria to include a priority category for children attending the school’s own nursery who are in receipt of early years pupil premium, the pupil premium or the service premium.
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the staff supplementary information form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.
  • An additional pupil premium supplementary information form to evidence receipt of early years premium, pupil premium or service premium.

 Mount Wise Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 579KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Oakwood Primary Academy admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 612KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Pennycross Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 325KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Pilgrim Primary Academy admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 433KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Plaistow Hill Infant and Nursery School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 750KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.

 Plympton St Mary CE Infant School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 304KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Removal of the school designated catchment area as an oversubscription criteria. In the previous academic year (2019/20), priority was given to children living in a designated area. This will no longer apply.
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Plympton St Maurice Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 174KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Pomphlett Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 750KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Prince Rock Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 579KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Riverside Community Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 363KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 St Andrew's CE Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 608KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.

 St Peter's CE Primary School admission Arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 652KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather.

 Salisbury Road Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 579KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • An addition to the normal point of entry admission oversubscription criteria to include a priority category for children attending the school’s own nursery who are in receipt of early years pupil premium, the pupil premium or the service premium.
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Cou579KB]cil.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the staff supplementary information form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.
  • An additional pupil premium supplementary information form to evidence receipt of early years premium, pupil premium or service premium.

 Shakespeare Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 579KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Sparkwell All Saints Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 164KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Stoke Damerel Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 433KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Stuart Road Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 433KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Thornbury Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 507KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Tor Bridge Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 325KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Victoria Road Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 750KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • An addition to the normal point of entry admission oversubscription criteria to include a priority category for children attending the school’s own nursery who are in receipt of early years pupil premium, the pupil premium or the service premium.
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the staff supplementary information form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.
  • An additional pupil premium supplementary information form to evidence receipt of early years premium, pupil premium or service premium.

 Weston Mill Community Primary Academy admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 612KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Whitleigh Community Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 403 KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Widewell Primary Academy admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 750KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Widey Court Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 507KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • An addition to the normal point of entry admission oversubscription criteria to include a priority category for children attending the school’s own nursery who are in receipt of early years pupil premium, the pupil premium or the service premium.
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the staff supplementary information form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.
  • An additional pupil premium supplementary information form to evidence receipt of early years premium, pupil premium or service premium.

 Woodfield Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 579KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Removal of the school designated catchment area as an oversubscription criteria. In the previous academic year (2019/20), priority was given to children living in a designated area. This will no longer apply.
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Woodford Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 174KB]

The main changes to the existing arrangements are as follows:

  • An extension of the oversubscription criteria for children with exceptional medical and social grounds to include a provision for children who were in state care outside of England and who ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. This inclusion is in response to guidance and a request from the Department for Education. Other criteria remain the same as in the previous academic year (2019/20).
  • Removal of the school designated catchment area as an oversubscription criteria. In the previous academic year (2019/20), priority was given to children living in a designated area. This will no longer apply.
  • Addition of the expected entry dates for normal point of entry and in-year admissions to make this clearer for parents.
  • In the instance where only one child in a multiple birth family can be offered a place at the school, the selection of the child will move from a decision made by the parent/carer to an electronic random allocation carried out by Plymouth City Council.
  • Additional wording in relation to a parental response to an offer of a school place to confirm should the parent/carer decline the offer made, the parent will be expected to notify the educational arrangements that they plan to make for the child.
  • An amendment to the Staff Supplementary Information Form to clarify that the form will need to be completed by the parent and the school of employment rather than the school that the child attends.

 Yealmpstone Farm Primary School admission arrangements 2020/2021 [PDF, 325KB]