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Hill Top Primary School
Batley Road, Wakefield,WF3 1HD
0113 307 4750



Children are admitted into the Early Years Unit in date of birth order, the term after their third birthday (places permitting). Nursery Education is on a part-time basis, and whenever possible provision is made for parental choice of a morning or afternoon place.

All children have to be fully independent in the bathroom and fully toilet trained before admission into Nursery and Reception (unless receiving extra support through Special Educational Needs).


Children may begin in the Reception Class in the September of the academic year in which they are five years old. Education when the child is five (term after), is on a full time basis.

It is the policy of the Governing Body, that part time education should be provided for four-year-olds on a part time basis wherever possible.

e.g. Autumn born (with birthdays in September, October, November and December) will be offered full time education from the beginning of the academic year in which they are five.

Spring born (with birthdays in January, February, March and April) will be able to choose full or part time education from the beginning of the academic year in which they are five.

Summer born (with birthdays in May June, July and August) will attend the Reception Class from 8.55a.m. until 12 noon or 1.00pm each day in the Autumn Term. Full time education is offered in the Spring Term, when it is more appropriate to meet their needs. Our Baseline Assessment and pupil attainment figures support this policy.

The needs of children and families will be considered paramount. Variance of this policy may be made on an individual basis .

Pupils are admitted into school under the following Local Education Authority criteria:
L.E.A. placement; or parental request (places permitting).
Hill Top is a one form entry school. Up to thirty pupils are normally admitted each year into Reception Class.

School Aims and Philosophy.

• We promote ourselves as an improving school in which we provide a warm, caring, secure and happy learning environment in which every individual feels safe, valued, and is respectful and appreciative of others and the school physical environment.

• We are an inclusive and healthy school, promoting high expectations for pupils’ spiritual, moral, social, cultural development, health and well being. We embrace the active citizenship agenda.

• Our vision and aims underpin and guide the school’s targets for improvement, raising academic standards and promoting good pupil progress.

• We aim to value and develop every individual regardless of class, age, gender, ability, race or creed, monitoring these in all aspects of school life.

• We aim to meet the challenge of working in a rapidly changing and multi-cultural society, developing tolerance, sensitivity and respect in our pupils.

• Effective and efficient consultation and communication (both within school, with governors, parents and the local community), is integral to the leadership style of our school, promoting its ethos and values.

• High expectation and commitment to excellence are promoted at all levels of management and practice.

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