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Admissions

If you would like your child to attend our school, please see full details of our admission arrangements below. 

 

Walsall Admissions Policy

 

Nursery

 

Applications for a Nursery place at Beacon are to be made directly with ourselves by completing a paper application form available from the school office.

We have a 65 place Nursery- 33 children in the morning session and 32 children in the afternoon session.

We offer a staggered intake in Autumn Term, Spring Term and Summer Term once the child turns 3.

 

Reception 

 

Children are admitted to school at the beginning of the Academic Year in which they become 5 years old, provided a school place is available.

 

At present, we do not have an open day for Reception. However due to interest in the school we are offering two open afternoons for 'new parents' where you can visit the school for a tour with the Early Years Leader prior to selecting Beacon as your choice.

 

These open afternoons are:

Thursday 28th November 2019  at 1.30pm

Tuesday 10th December 2019 at 1.30pm

Each visit lasts approximately 1 hour

 

We also offer a Parent Transition meeting on 2nd July 5pm-6pm where you can meet the Reception teachers, see the classrooms and have a welcome pack about Beacon. 

 

For any more information please do not hesitate to contact the school office on 01922 710874

 

Key Stage 1

 

The school operates a maximum intake of 60 in all Key Stage One classes. The order of priority for entry to reception classes will be applied to children who are aged 5 between 1st September and the  following 31st August in the admission year as follows:

 

  • Children with a brother or sister who will still be attending the school;
  • Children with a brother or sister who will still be attending a Junior school on the same site or nearby (this will only apply to Infant school admissions);
  • Children living in the Initial Allocation Area;
  • Children living outside the Initial Allocation Area with priority determined by distance from the school (as the crow flies).


Junior Department Key Stage 2

 

The admission priorities for children transferring from Infant School to a Junior school or Primary School will be:

 

  • Children with a brother or a sister who will be attending the school;
  • Children with a brother or a sister who will still be attending an Infant school on the same site or nearby (this will only apply to Junior school admissions);
  • Children living in the Initial Allocation Area;
  • Children living outside the Initial Allocation Area with priority determined by distance from the school (as the crow flies).
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