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Admissions

At Sir Frank Whittle​ Primary, our admission limit is 45 children per year, some year groups have single classes and some year groups have multiple classes depending on the number of children we have.

Click here to view the Coventry Primary Admissions Policy 2015

Click here to view the Coventry Primary Oversubscription Policy 2015

If there are more requests for a school than there are places available within the school’s admission limit, places will be allocated in preference order using the criteria in priority as follows:-

1) To children who live in the catchment area served by the school, with an older brother or sister at the school, provided that the brother or sister will continue to attend that school the following year;

2) To other children who live in the catchment area served by the school;

3) To children with an older brother or sister at the school, provided that the brother or sister will continue to attend that school the following year;

4) To children by reference to the distance to the preferred school. A straight line measurement will be made to the school. The shortest measurement will have the highest priority.

If it is not possible to meet all of the requests in any one of the categories described above, the City Council will prioritise the requests within that category by reference to distance. A straight line measurement will be made to the preferred school. The shortest measurement will have the highest priority.

All first preference requests will be allocated before second or third preferences are
considered.

Consideration may be given to very exceptional family or medical circumstances. The extent of such priority will be determined by the extent to which the child’s educational prospects and/or mobility are affected. Reference may be made to the Authority’s medical practitioner in these cases. The circumstances of the child will be of paramount consideration in such cases rather than the financial or social circumstances of the parent. Children who are the subject of a statement of Special
Educational Needs may also be given priority if the educational provision identified in
the statement is available at the preferred school.

View Coventry City Council admission information

Click above to go to admissions on the Coventry City Council website