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REIGATE AND BANSTEAD: SCHOOLS' INFORMATION

Preferences for Sept 2011 Total Offered 2011

School Name

Type Additional D f E of form (see No School page 2)

Exceptional

Nearest School

Centrally Offered

Siblings

Others

LAC

Address

Age Range

Headteacher/ Principal Mrs G Harradine

School contact details

PAN 2012

Banstead Infant School 936/ 2005 Banstead Community Junior School Brambletye Junior School 936/ 2453 Dovers Green School 936/ 2316 Earlswood Infant & Nursery School 936/ 2209 C C 936/ 2343 C

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The Horseshoe Banstead SM7 2BQ

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C

Epsom Downs Primary School and Children's Centre 936/ 2951 Furzefield Primary Community School Holmesdale Community Infant School Horley Infant School 936/ 2140 Kingswood Primary School 936/ 2008 936/ 2954 936/ 2210

C

C

C

C

C

Tel: 01737 354816 Fax: 01737 359628 e: [email protected] 4-7 w: www.banstead-infant.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs G Harradine The Horseshoe Mr S Scott Tel: 01737 351788 Fax: 01737 373055 Banstead e: [email protected]or.surrey.sch.uk 7-11 SM7 2BQ w: www.banstead-junior.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mr S Scott Brambletye Park Road Mrs S Winterton Tel: 01737 763488 Fax: 01737 763488 Redhill (Executive) e: [email protected] 7-11 RH1 6JX w: www.brambletye.org.uk Enquiries to: Mrs N Williams Rushetts Road Mrs S Hillman Tel: 01737 245515 Fax: 01737 226605 Reigate e: [email protected] 4-7 RH2 7RF w: www.dovers-green.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs Howland/Mrs Gavin St John's Road Mrs S Winterton Tel: 01737 765125 Fax: 01737 763306 Redhill 4-7 + (Executive) e: [email protected] RH1 6DZ Nursery w: www.earlswoodinfantschool.co.uk Enquiries to: Mrs S Harden St Leonard's Road Mrs S Leach Tel: 01737 354313 Fax: 01737 370853 Epsom Downs 4-11 + e: [email protected] KT18 5RJ Nursery w: www.epsomdowns.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs K Gilroy Delabole Road Mrs S Chrysanthou Tel: 01737 642842 Fax: 01737 645201 Merstham, Redhill 4-11 + e: [email protected] RH1 3PA Nursery w: www.furzefield.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs D Sheppard Alma Road Mrs S Beasley Tel: 01737 243678 Fax: 01737 249251 Reigate 4-7 + e: [email protected] RH2 0BY Nursery w: www.holmesdale.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs S Beasley Lumley Road Mrs H Salter Tel: 01293 782263 Fax: 01293 822425 Horley e: [email protected] 4-7 RH6 7JF w: www.horleyinfant.com Enquiries to: Mrs S Palmer Buckland Road Mr D Steele Tel: 01737 832135 Fax: 01737 830449 Lower Kingswood e: [email protected] 4-11 Tadworth, KT20 7EA w: www.kingswood.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs A Hallett

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REIGATE AND BANSTEAD: SCHOOLS' INFORMATION (Contd)

Preferences for Sept 2011 Total Offered 2011

School Name

Type Additional D f E of form (see No School page 2)

Exceptional

Nearest School

Centrally Offered

Siblings

Others

LAC

Address

Age Range

Headteacher/ Principal Mrs M Clare

School contact details

PAN 2012

Langshott Infant School 936/ 2925 Manorfield Primary & Nursery School Meath Green Infant School 936/ 2493 Meath Green Junior School 936/ 2311 Merstham Primary School 936/ 2211 Reigate Parish Church Infant School Reigate Priory Community Junior School Royal Alexandra and Albert School St Anne's Catholic Primary School St John's Primary School 936/ 2214 C 936/ 3387 936/ 2457 936/ 4623 936/ 3469 C C C 936/ 3937 C

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Smallfield Road Horley RH6 9AU Sangers Drive Horley RH6 8AL Kiln Lane Horley RH6 8JG Greenfields Road Horley RH6 8HW London Road South Merstham Redhill, RH1 3AZ Blackborough Road Reigate RH2 7DB Bell Street Reigate RH2 7RL Gatton Park Reigate RH2 0TD Court Road Banstead SM7 2PH Pendleton Road Redhill RH1 6QG

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C

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4-7

7-11

4-11 + Nursery

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4-7

C

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7-11

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7-16

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4-11

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4-11

Tel: 01293 776341 Fax: 01293 821540 e: [email protected] w: www.langshott.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs M Clare Mrs N Jones Tel: 01293 782839 Fax: 01293 822511 e: [email protected] w: www.manorfield.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs N Jones Mr T Rogers Tel: 01293 772708 Fax: 01293 822358 e: [email protected] w: www.meathgreeninfant.org Enquiries to: Mr T Rogers Mrs A Tel: 01293 784298 Fax: 01293 822359 Hilton-Childs e: [email protected] w: www.mgjs.org Enquiries to: Mrs L Stone Mrs M Spencer Tel: 01737 643978 Fax: 01737 642455 e: [email protected] w: www.merstham.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs M Spencer Mrs H Kelsey Tel: 01737 244476 Fax: 01737 245950 (Acting) e: [email protected] w: www.reigate-parish.org.uk Enquiries to: Mrs M Prestidge Mr N Lellman Tel: 01737 245065 Fax: 01737 221268 e: [email protected] w: www.reigate-priory.co.uk Enquiries to: Mr N Lellman Mr P Spencer Ellis Tel: 01737 649000 Fax: 01737 649002 e: [email protected] w: www.raa-school.co.uk Enquiries to: Mrs F Newport Mr C Donovan Tel: 01737 350012 Fax: 01737 373589 e: [email protected] w: www.stannes-banstead.org.uk Enquiries to: Mrs C Slade Mrs J Steel Tel: 01737 763804 Fax: 01737 770301 e: [email protected] w: www.stjohns-redhill.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs D Bradford/Mrs Smith

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REIGATE AND BANSTEAD: SCHOOLS' INFORMATION (Contd)

Preferences for Sept 2011 Total Offered 2011

School Name

Type Additional D f E of form (see No School page 2)

Exceptional

Nearest School

Centrally Offered

Siblings

Others

LAC

Address

Age Range

Headteacher/ Principal Mrs E Walsh

School contact details

PAN 2012

St Joseph's Catholic Primary School St Matthew's Church of England Primary School Salfords Primary School

936/ 3916 936/ 3917 936/ 2952

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Linkfield Lane Redhill, RH1 1DU Linkfield Lane Redhill, RH1 1JF Copsleigh Avenue Salfords, Redhill RH1 5BQ Sandcross Lane Reigate, RH2 8HH Also at: Alexander Road Reigate, RH2 8ED Shawley Way Tattenham Corner Epsom, KT18 5PD Heathcote Tadworth KT20 5RR Walton Street Walton on the Hill KT20 7RR Partridge Mead Banstead SM7 1LS Roundwood Way Banstead SM7 1EJ

4-11 Mrs J Lightfoot 4-11 + Nursery Mrs D Trainor 4-11 Mrs J Constable 4-11 + Nursery Mr C Gill 4-11 Mr J Kelly 4-11 Mrs M Chapman 4-11 Mrs A Downing 4-7 Mr T Woodward 7-11

VA

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Sandcross Primary School and Nursery 936/ 2931 Shawley Community Primary School Tadworth Primary School 936/ 5214 Walton on the Hill Primary School Warren Mead Infant School 936/ 2362 Warren Mead Junior School 936/ 2010 C C 936/ 2012 F C

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936/ 2288

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Tel: 01737 765373 Fax: 01737 768557 e: [email protected] w: www.stjosephsredhill.ik.org Enquiries to: Mrs P Wesson Tel: 01737 762080 Fax: 01737 761360 e: [email protected] w: www.stmatthewsredhill.co.uk Enquiries to: Mrs J Lightfoot/Mrs T Savedra Tel: 01737 762940 Fax: 01737 760258 e: [email protected] w: www.salfords.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs J McDowall Infant - Tel: 01737 243679 Fax: 01737 244703 Junior - Tel: 01737 245467 e: [email protected] w: www.sandcross.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs J Constable/Mrs J Ramsay Tel: 01737 350344 Fax: 01737 362484 e: [email protected] w: www.shawley.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs J Hollis Tel: 01737 354541 Fax: 01737 373820 e: [email protected] w: www.tadworthps.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs S Marshall Tel: 01737 812103 Fax: 01737 814264 e: [email protected] w: www.walton-on-the-hill.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs M Chapman Tel: 01737 351962 Fax: 01737 379263 e: [email protected] w: www.warren-mead-infant.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs A Downing Tel: 01737 353725 Fax: 01737 371810 e: [email protected] w: www.warren-mead-junior.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs J Heath-Smith

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REIGATE AND BANSTEAD: SCHOOLS' INFORMATION (Contd)

Preferences for Sept 2011 Total Offered 2011

School Name

Type Additional D f E of form (see No School page 2)

Exceptional

Nearest School

Centrally Offered

Siblings

Others

LAC

Address

Age Range

Headteacher/ Principal Mr O Rhodes

School contact details

PAN 2012

Woodmansterne Primary School Wray Common Primary School Yattendon School

936/ 2013 936/ 2953 936/ 5207

C

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Carshalton Road Woodmansterne Banstead, SM7 3HU Kendal Close Reigate RH2 0LR Oakwood Road Horley RH6 7BZ

4-11 Mrs D Robins 4-11 Mr D Cole 7-11

C

F

Tel: 01737 353120 Fax: 01737 366772 e: [email protected] w: www.woodmansterne.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mr O Rhodes/Mrs Heyes Tel: 01737 761254 Fax: 01737 763911 e: [email protected] w: www.wray-common.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs A Smith Tel: 01293 734100 Fax: 01293 430045 e: [email protected] w: www.yattendon.org Enquiries to: Mrs S Holmes

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REIGATE AND BANSTEAD: ADMISSIONS CRITERIA FOR COMMUNITY AND VOLUNTARY CONTROLLED SCHOOLS WITH ADMISSION ARRANGEMENTS TO MEET LOCAL NEED

Brambletye Junior School Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered Criteria for 2012 Warren Mead Junior School Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered Criteria for 2012 Woodmansterne Primary School Criteria for 2011 Criteria for 2012

1 LAC. 2 Exceptional arrangements. 3 Siblings at time of admission. 4 Children for whom the school is the nearest to their home. 5 Any other applicant. Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 0, Category 3 = 19, Category 4 = 55, Category 5 = 3, Centrally offered = 17, SEN = 4 Offered 98 1 LAC. 2 Exceptional arrangements. 3 Children attending Earlswood Infant School. 4 Siblings not admitted under criterion 3. 5 Any other applicant. 1 LAC. 2 Exceptional Arrangements. 3 Children attending Warren Mead Infant School. 4 Siblings not admitted under criterion 3. 5 Any other applicant. Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 0, Category 3 = 64, Category 4 = 1, Category 5 = 7, SEN = 0 Offered 72 1 LAC. 2 Exceptional Arrangements. 3 Children attending Warren Mead Infant School. 4 Siblings not admitted under criterion 3. 5 Any other applicant. 1 LAC. 2 Exceptional Arrangements. 3 Siblings. 4 Children living in the defined catchment area of the school. 5 Children for whom the school is nearest to the home address. 6 Any other applicant. Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 0, Category 3 = 24, Category 4 = 2, Category 5 = 8, Distance = 4.40km, Category 6 = 26, SEN = 0 Offered 60 1 LAC. 2 Exceptional Arrangements. 3 Siblings. 4 Children living in the defined catchment area of the school. 5 Children for whom the school is nearest to the home address. 6 Any other applicant.

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REIGATE AND BANSTEAD: ADMISSIONS CRITERIA FOR ACADEMIES AND FOUNDATION, TRUST AND VOLUNTARY AIDED SCHOOLS

Reigate Parish Church Infant School Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered

Community Places: 1 LAC. 2 Siblings. 3 Distance Foundation Places: 1 LAC. 2 Siblings at time of admission whose parents are active participants of and regularly worship in a local Anglican Church. 3 Siblings at time of admission whose parents are active participants of and regularly worship in other Local Christian Churches. 4 Children whose parents are active participants of and regularly worship in a local Anglican Church. 5 Children whose parents are active participants of and regularly worship in other local Christian Churches. Community Places: Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 8, Category 3 = 22, Distance = 0.41km. Foundation Places: Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 6, Category 3 = 1, Category 4 = 23, Distance = 3.38km, Category 5 = 0, SEN = 0 Offered 60 Open Places: 1 LAC. 2 Siblings at time of admission. 3 Children whose homes are closest to the school. Foundation Places: 1 LAC. 2 Siblings at time of admission whose parents are active participants of and regularly worship in a local Anglican Church. 3 Siblings at time of admission whose parents are active participants of and regularly worship in other local Christian Churches. 4 Children whose parents are active participants of and regularly worship in a local Anglican Church. 5 Children whose parents are active participants of and regularly worship in other local Christian Churches. Full Boarders: 1. LAC. 2. Applicants whose parents are entitled to receive the Continuity Education Allowance of the Ministry of Defence. 3. Applicants with a boarding need. 4. Applicants who have a sibling boarding at the school, including the Sixth Form. 5. All other applicants for places as boarders.

Criteria for 2012

Royal Alexandra & Albert School Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered

Flexi Boarders: 1. LAC. 2. Applicants whose parents are entitled to receive the Continuity Education Allowance of the Ministry of Defence. 3. Applicants with a flexi boarding need. 4. Applicants who have a sibling who is a flexi boarder or a day boarder. 5. All other applicants for places as flexi boarders. Please contact the school for details on numbers offered. Full Boarders: 1. LAC. 2. Applicants whose parents are entitled to receive the Continuity Education Allowance of the Ministry of Defence. 3. Applicants with a boarding need. 4. Applicants who have a sibling boarding at the school, including the Sixth Form. 5. All other applicants for places as boarders. Flexi Boarders: 1. LAC. 2. Applicants whose parents are entitled to receive the Continuity Education Allowance of the Ministry of Defence. 3. Applicants with a flexi boarding need. 4. Applicants who have a sibling who is a flexi boarder or a day boarder. 5. All other applicants for places as flexi boarders. 1 Baptised Catholic LAC. 2 Baptised Catholic children who reside within the boundary of the parish of St Anne's, Banstead. 3 Baptised Catholic children who reside within the boundary of the parish of St John the Evangelist, Tadworth. 4 Baptised Catholic children who reside in other parishes. 5 NonCatholic LAC. 6 Children from other Christian denominations, who have been baptised within the rites of the Church. 7 Children from other faiths. Evidence of membership of this faith will be required. 8 Other children whose parents wish them to be educated at St Anne's. Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 30, Category 3 = 10, Category 4 = 16, Distance = 10.01km, Category 5 = 0, Category 6 = 0, Category 7 = 0, Category 8 = 0, SEN = 0 Offered 56 1 Baptised Catholic LAC. 2 Baptised Catholic children who reside within the boundary of the parish of St Anne's, Banstead. 3 Baptised Catholic children who reside within the boundary of the parish of St John the Evangelist, Tadworth. 4 Baptised Catholic children who reside in other parishes. 5 NonCatholic LAC. 6 Children from other Christian denominations, who have been baptised within the rites of the Church. 7 Children from other faiths. Evidence of membership of this faith will be required. 8 Other children whose parents wish them to be educated at St Anne's.

Criteria for 2012

St Anne's Catholic Primary School, Banstead Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered

Criteria for 2012

37 INFORMATION ON PRIMARY SCHOOLS FOR 2012/13

REIGATE AND BANSTEAD: ADMISSIONS CRITERIA FOR ACADEMIES AND FOUNDATION, TRUST AND VOLUNTARY AIDED SCHOOLS (Contd)

1 LAC. 2 Baptised Catholic children who have the written support of their Parish Priest and who reside within the boundary of the Roman Catholic Parish of The Nativity of the Lord. 3 Child Catechumens who have the written support of their Parish Priest and who reside within the boundary of the Roman Catholic Parish of The Nativity of the Lord. 4 Baptised Catholic children who have the written support of their Parish Priest and who reside within the Roman Catholic Parishes with their boundaries within the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton which immediately border the boundary of the Roman Catholic Parish of The Nativity of the Lord. 5 Child Catechumens who have the written support of their Parish Priest and who reside within the Roman Catholic Parishes with their boundaries within the Diocese of Arundel and BrIghton which immediately border the boundary of the Roman Catholic Parish of The Nativity of the Lord. 6 Baptised Catholic children who the Admissions Committee of the Governing Body of St Joseph's on the basis of written documentation submitted to them (such as medical consultation or social services written reports) consider at their discretion have highly exceptional social or medical needs. 7 Baptised Catholic children who do not have the Written Support of their Parish Priest and who reside within the boundary of the Roman Catholic Parish of the Nativity of the Lord. 8 Baptised Catholic children who do not have the Written Support of their Parish Priest and who reside within the Roman Catholic parishes with their boundaries within the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton which immediately border the boundary of the Roman Catholic Parish of The Nativity of the Lord. 9 Baptised Eastern Christian children who have the written support of their Minister and who reside within the boundary of the Roman Catholic Parish of The Nativity of the Lord. 10 Baptised Eastern Christian children who have the written support of their Minister and who reside within the Roman Catholic parishes with their boundaries within the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton which immediately border the boundary of the Roman Catholic Parish of The Nativity of the Lord. 11 Baptised Christian children who have the Written Support of their Minister and who reside within the boundary of the Roman Catholic Parish of The Nativity of the Lord. 12 Baptised Christian Children who have the written support of their Minister and who reside within the Roman Catholic Parishes with their boundaries within the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton which immediately border the boundary of the Roman Catholic Parish of The Nativity of the Lord. 13 Baptised Christian children who have exceptional social or medical needs and who the Admissions Committee of the Governing Body of St Joseph's on the basis of written documentation submitted to them (such as medical consultant or social services written reports) consider at their discretion have highly exceptional social or medical needs. 14 Other children whose parents wish them to be educated at St Joseph's. 15 Other children whose parents have included St Joseph's as a preference on the Surrey County Council Common Application Form but have failed to complete the required St Joseph's Application Form. Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 60, Distance = 2.61km, Category 3 = 0, Category 4 = 0, Category 5 = 0, Category 6 = 0, Category 7 = 0, Category 8 = 0, Category 9 = 0, Category 10 = 0, Category 11 = 0, Category 12 = 0, Category 13 = 0, Category 14 = 0, Category 15 = 0 Offered 60 1 LAC. 2 Baptised Catholic children who have the Written Support of their Parish Priest and who reside within the Roman Catholic parish boundaries of The Parish of the Nativity of the Lord. 3 Child Catechumens who have the Written Support of their Parish Priest and who reside within the Roman Catholic parish boundaries of The Parish of the Nativity of the Lord. 4 Baptised Catholic children who have the Written Support of their Parish Priest and who reside within the Roman Catholic parishes with their boundaries within the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton which immediately border the Parish of The Nativity of the Lord. 5 Child Catechumens who have the Written Support of their Parish Priest and who reside within the Roman Catholic Parishes with their boundaries within the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton which immediately border The Parish of the Nativity of the Lord. 6 Baptised children who the Admissions Committee of the Governing Body of St Joseph's on the basis of written documentation submitted to them (such as medical consultant or social services written reports) consider at their discretion have highly exceptional social or medical needs such that they would especially benefit from the Catholic education offered by St Joseph's. 7 Baptised Catholic children who do not have the Written Support of their Parish Priest and who reside within the Roman Catholic parish boundaries of The Parish of the Nativity of the Lord. 8 Baptised Catholic children who do not have the Written Support of their Parish Priest and who reside within the Roman Catholic parishes with their boundaries within the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton which immediately border The Parish of the Nativity of the Lord. 9 Baptised Eastern Christian children who have the Written Support of their Minister and who reside within the Roman Catholic parish boundaries of The Parish of the Nativity of the Lord. 10 Baptised Eastern Christian children who have the Written Support of their Minister and who reside within the Roman Catholic parishes with their boundaries within the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton which immediately border The Parish of the Nativity of the Lord. 11 Baptised Christian children who have the Written Support of their Minister and who reside within the Roman Catholic parish boundaries of The Parish of the Nativity of the Lord. 12 Baptised Christian children who have the Written Support of their Minister and who reside within the Roman Catholic Parishes with their boundaries within the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton which immediately border The Parish of the Nativity of the Lord. 13 Other children whose parents wish them to be educated at St Joseph's, and have completed the Surrey County Council on-line Common Application Form and the St Joseph's Supplementary Information Form. 14 Other children whose parents have included St Joseph's as a preference on the Surrey County Council Common Application Form but have failed to complete the required St Joseph's Supplementary Information Form.

38 INFORMATION ON PRIMARY SCHOOLS FOR 2012/13

St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Redhill Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered

Criteria for 2012

REIGATE AND BANSTEAD: ADMISSIONS CRITERIA FOR ACADEMIES AND FOUNDATION, TRUST AND VOLUNTARY AIDED SCHOOLS (Contd)

St Matthew's Church of England Primary School Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered

1 LAC. 2 Children of parents who are regular worshippers at St Matthew's Church. 3 Children of parents who are regular worshippers at other Christian churches. 4 Siblings at time of admission. 5 Medical/Social Needs. 6 The remaining places will be allocated to children living in the local community according to the nearness of home to school. Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 1, Category 3 = 6, Category 4 = 21, Category 5 = 0, Category 6 = 32, Distance = 1.86km, SEN = 0 Offered 60 1 LAC. 2 Children of parents who are regular worshippers at St Matthew's Church. 3 Children of parents who are regular worshippers at other Christian churches. 4 Siblings at time of admission. 5 Medical/Social Needs. 6 The remaining places will be allocated to children living in the local community according to the nearness of home to school. 1 LAC. 2 MED. 3 Children with brothers or sisters already attending Tadworth Primary school at time of admission. 4 Tadworth Primary school is closest primary school to home address. 5 All other children. Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 0, Category 3 = 30, Category 4 = 19, Category 5 = 11, Distance = 2.41km, SEN = 0 Offered 60 1 LAC. 2 MED. 3 Children with brothers or sisters already attending Tadworth Primary school at time of admission. 4 Tadworth Primary school is closest primary school to the home address. 5 All other children. 1 LAC. 2 Exceptional. 3 Children who have a sibling who will be in attendance at the school at the time of their application and who continue to be educated in the school the following September. 4 Applicants living East of the A23, within the parish boundary and closest to school. 5 Applicants living West of the A23, within the parish boundary and living closest to school. Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 0, Category 3 = 29, Category 4 = 58, Distance = 1.25km, Category 5 = 0, SEN = 3 Offered 90 1 LAC. 2 Exceptional. 3 Children who have a sibling who will be in attendance at the school at the time of their application and who continue to be educated in the school the following September. 4 Applicants living East of the A23, within the parish boundary and closest to school. 5 Applicants living West of the A23, within the parish boundary and living closest to school.

Criteria for 2012

Tadworth Primary School Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered Criteria for 2012

Yattendon School Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered

Criteria for 2012

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