Admissions Policy

Teesville Academy welcomes applications for admission into school from pupils of all cultures, races and backgrounds and is non- discriminatory in line with the Equality Act (2010) and Equal Opportunities Policy. Choosing a school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent, Teesville Academy along with the Local Authority will support parents to understand and be successful in the admissions/transfer process.

You can contact Chris Sawdon from LA admissions at christopher.sawdon@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk

Telephone: 01642 837740

 

Teesville Academy have a published admission number (PAN of 45) per year group. The admission criteria for school is as follows;


Priority is given to

  • Looked after children in the local authority
  • Children who are permanently resident in the admission zone defined for the school
  • Children not living in the admission zone who have elder brothers or sisters attending the school
  • Children not living in the admission zone who have exceptional social/or medical reasons for attending a particular school, professionally supported by an independent third party and sustained by the local authority's professional advisors
  • Children living closest to the school.

There is a single intake for Reception children in September each year. The allocation of Reception places is managed by the local authority. A total of 45 places have been allocated to our school.

In the case of over subscription the following criteria: are followed in priority order:

  • Children who are cared for by the local authority
  • Children with Statements of Special Educational Need
  • Children permanently resident in the admission zone defined for the school
  • Children who have elder brothers or sisters attending the school in the 2011/2012 school year
  • Children who have exceptional social and/or medical reasons for attending a particular school, professionally supported by an independent third party and sustained by the authority’s professional advisers
  • Children living closest to the school.