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Admission arrangements

Ashgate Primary School is a 'state funded school' and falls under the provision of Derby City Council.  All admissions to the school are controlled by the Derby City Council Admissions Team.  The school cannot agree to admit pupils by any other means and does not maintain a 'waiting list' system.

 

The school is currently over subscribed in Early Years (EYFS Reception), however places may be available in other year groups.  Advice and guidance on availability of spaces can be obtained via the admissions team (see link above).

 

Should you wish to visit us to view the school, please contact the office and we will do all we can to accommodate your needs.  Visits are normally conducted by the School Business Manager, Mrs N Warburton and include a tour of the school and an opportunity to meet the Headteacher.

 

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

Admissions documentation

 

Ashgate Primary School is fully committed to meeting its duty of care relating to safeguarding new and existing pupils.

 

Admissions to Reception


The following is compulsory for all EYFS admissions before the child starts school:
 

  • A full birth certificate for the child
  • Parental proof of identity (Full UK drivers licence/birth certificate or passport) *
  • Proof of identity of the carer and legal documentation to evidence care status (where a court order has been provided)*

 


* Amendment subject to ratification by the Governing Body

 

Admissions from non UK citizens but who are European Economic Area (EEA) residents

 

All those entering the UK as EEA residents and wishing to apply for a place at the school must apply via Derby City Council Admissions Team.

 

Before accepting pupils to the school,  parents and carers will be required to provide evidence of:

 

  • Birth Certificate for the pupil
  • Passports / national ID card for parents/carers/pupil

 

Admissions from non UK residents and are not European Economic Area (EAA) residents.

 

All those entering the UK as non EEA residents (non European) and wishing to apply for a place at the school must apply via Derby City Council Admissions team.

 

Before accepting pupils to the school, parents and carers will be required to provide evidence of:

 

  • Birth Certificate of the child
  • Passports for parents/carers/pupil
  • Evidence that residency is not 'short term', for example residency notice, work or student visa

 

 

All documentation must be original.  Photocopies/print outs or emails will not be accepted.

 

The school retains the right to consult the relevant authorities if it is not satisfied that the admissions arrangements have been fully met.  Where this is the case, this may result in a delay or refusal to admit by the headteacher.

 

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