Springbank Primary Academy

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Admissions

Visits are warmly encouraged so that parents and children have a chance to see our school and chat to the co-headteachers or deputy headteacher. This will include a tour of the school and a chance for you to ask any questions.

You can click on the admissions policy including any oversubscription criteria and how to apply for a place. If your child is already in school you will need to apply for an in year' admission. An application can be obtained via the school office (see contact information on the 'About Us' tab).  

For general information about schools admissions in Gloucestershire, including Reception places for next year, please click on the link to the local authority below:

Admissions Policy

Click here for admissions policy for 2017/18

Click here for admissions policy for 2018/19

For the overall Multi-Academy Trust Policy visit the Gloucestershire Learning Alliance Website.

Click below for a fact sheet on summer born children. This legislation was introduced in 2014 and therefore does not appear in the 2015/16 or 2016/17 admissions policies, as these determined admissions policies were agreed before this date. The academy follows the GCC protocol which can be found at http://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/education-and-learning/school-admissions/ 

Click here for factsheet

Parents' Charter

The EPIC charter confirms your commitment the school vision. Download a copy here.

School Meals

Click below for more information about our providers. Meals are freshly prepared and cooked in our kitchens. A separate dining hall provides a space for children to enjoy healthy food at a very affordable price. Alternatively, healthy lunch can be purchased or brought in from home. We ask that children do not bring fizzy drinks, sweets or chocolate to school. We are healthy school and promote a balanced diet for all our pupils.   

Have a look at the parent page for a sample menu.

 

Appeals Timeline

Parents who are not offered a place at our school in Reception for September 2017 may wish to appeal using the local authority appeal pack or school appeal pack. Details and the timeline from last term can be accessed by clicking here.