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Christ The King Catholic Infant School
Westhill Road, CV6 2AA Coventry
02476 592047
www:http://www.king-inf.coventry.sch.uk/e-mail:

Headteacher's Welcome

Dear Parents

We wish to take this opportunity to welcome you to Christ the King Catholic Infant School.

I would like to share with you the aims of our school. Some of these aims may seem like striving for perfection and sometimes as human beings we fail, but with the support of our daily Prayer we continue to strive.

We aim to:

•  Teach the children about the love of God to ensure that our      Christian beliefs permeate every area of our lives in school.

•  Form a strong and supportive relationship with each child and with the parents.

•  Show a love that accepts each child showing an appreciation for his/her own uniqueness.

•  Help each child to become aware of how “special” he or she is and to help the child believe he/she is a precious gift to the world.

•  Show a love that is so strong it continues to love through the ups and downs of life especially during the more difficult times.

•  Show that we genuinely do care for the child - intellectually, physically, emotionally and spiritually.

•  Care for parents and families and to encourage them to play an active role in their child’s education. (Your support is so vital to the full development of your child.)

•  Be an open living and worshipping community having close interaction with Christ the King Parish.

•  Be consistent in a firm discipline that is seen to be “just” at all times.

•  Ensure that the whole environment is one of beauty, warmth and welcome, not only for the children, staff and parents, but also for all who come into contact with the school.

•  Provide an environment, which will nurture mutual respect.

•  Provide a broad and balanced curriculum which will give your children every opportunity to develop to their full potential both in the care of a very committed staff and in a very happy and loving atmosphere.

Sian Smith (Mrs)

Admissions for 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

 CRITERIA FOR ADMISSIONS FOR

CHRIST THE KING CATHOLIC INFANT SCHOOL 2007/2008

The Admissions Policy of the Governors of Christ the King Catholic Infant School is as follows:

 

The school was founded by the Catholic Church to provide education for children of Catholic families. The school is conducted by its governing body as part of the Catholic church in accordance with its Trust Deed and Instrument of Government and seeks at all times to be a witness to Jesus Christ.

 

The Admissions process is part of the Coventry L.E.A. Co-ordinated Scheme.

 

The school’s Admission limit is 60.  If the number of applications exceeds the admission number, governors will consider applications according to the following order of priority (see Note 1 below):

 

  • Baptised Catholic children who are in the care of the local authority (looked-after children) or provided with accommodation by them (e.g. children with foster parents) (Section 22 of the Children Act 1989).
  • Baptised Catholic children living within the catchment area of Christ the King School who have a brother or sister in the Infant school at the time of admission.
  • Baptised Catholic children living within the catchment area of Christ the King School who have a brother or sister in the Junior school at the time of admission.
  • Baptised Catholic children living within the catchment area of Christ the King School.
  • Baptised Catholic children living outside the catchment area of Christ the King School who have a brother or sister in the Infant school at the time of admission.
  • Baptised Catholic children living outside the catchment area of Christ the King School who have a brother or sister in the Junior school at the time of admission.
  • Baptised Catholic children living outside the catchment area of Christ the King School.
  • Non-Catholic children who are in the care of the local authority (looked-after children) or provided with accommodation by them (e.g. children with foster parents) (Section 22 of the Children Act 1989).
  • Non-Catholic children who have a brother or sister in the Infant school at the time of admission. 
  • Non-Catholic children who have a brother or sister in the Junior school at the time of admission.
  • Other non-Catholic children.

If any information given on the application is found to be false, any place offered may be withdrawn.


OVER-SUBSCRIPTION

If there is over-subscription within a category, the Governors will give priority to children living closest to the school determined by shortest straight line distance measured from the front door of the school to the home address (see Note 4 below) .

 

Note 1:

Children with a Statement of Special Educational Needs that names the school must be admitted. This will reduce the number of places available to applicants.

 

Note 2:

Evidence of Catholic Baptism or Reception into the Church will be required. For definition of Baptised see the Appendix. Those who face difficulties in producing written evidence of baptism should contact their Parish Priest.

Note 3:

The definition of a brother or sister is:

  • A brother or sister sharing the same parents.
  • Half-brother or half-sister, where two children share one common parent.
  • Step-brother or step-sister, where two children are related by a parent’s marriage.
  • Adopted or fostered children..

Note 4:

The home address of a pupil is considered to be the permanent residence of a child. The address must be the child’s only or main residence. Documentary evidence may be required.

 

Note 5:

Entry into Christ the King Junior School is NOT automatic and at the age of transfer to the JuniorSchool parents will be asked to complete an application form.

 

SCHOOL ENTRY

Children must, by law, start school by the beginning of the term after their fifth birthday.  A parent may defer a child’s entry to the school. Parents may discuss this with the Headteacher.

 

APPEALS

Parents who wish to appeal against the decision of the Governors to refuse their child a place in the school may apply in writing to the Chair of Governors c/o the school.

 

REPEAT APPLICATIONS

Unless there are significant and material changes in the circumstances of a parent’s application for their child or the school, the governors will not consider a repeat application in the same academic year.

LATE APPLICATIONS

Applications received after the closing date will only be considered alongside those received by the closing date under the following circumstances:

  • The family were unable to complete an application form before the closing date because they moved into the school’s parish area after the issue of Common Application Forms. OR
  • The family were unable to comply with the admissions timetable because of exceptional circumstances which prevented the application arriving on time – the circumstances must be given in writing and attached to the Common Application Form.

Applications received after the notification date (after places are offered) will be added to the school’s waiting list in admission criteria order.

 

WAITING LISTS   

Where the school is over-subscribed, the school in conjunction with the Local Authority will maintain a waiting list in oversubscription criteria order until the end of September 2007.  Parents who wish their child’s name to remain on the waiting list after this date must apply in writing to the school.  Thereafter you will need to re-register your interest at the start of each term, otherwise you will be deemed to have withdrawn your interest.

 

CRITERIA FOR ADMISSIONS FOR

CHRIST THE KING CATHOLIC INFANT SCHOOL 2008/2009

 

The Admissions Policy of the Governors of Christ the King Catholic Infant School is as follows:

 

The school was founded by the Catholic Church to provide education for children of Catholic families. The school is conducted by its governing body as part of the Catholic church in accordance with its Trust Deed and Instrument of Government and seeks at all times to be a witness to Jesus Christ.

 

The Admissions process is part of the Coventry L.E.A. Co-ordinated Scheme.

 

The school’s Admission limit is 60.  If the number of applications exceeds the admission number, governors will consider applications according to the following order of priority (see Note 1 below):

  • Baptised Catholic children who are in the care of a local authority (looked-after children) or provided with accommodation by them (e.g. children with foster parents) {Section 22 of the Children Act 1989}.
  • Baptised Catholic children living within the catchment area of Christ the King School who have a brother or sister in the Infant school at the time of admission.
  • Baptised Catholic children living within the catchment area of Christ the King School who have a brother or sister in the Junior school at the time of admission.
  • Baptised Catholic children living within the catchment area of Christ the King School.
  • Baptised Catholic children living outside the catchment area of Christ the King School who have a brother or sister in the Infant school at the time of admission.
  • Baptised Catholic children living outside the catchment area of Christ the King School who have a brother or sister in the Junior school at the time of admission.
  • Baptised Catholic children living outside the catchment area of Christ the King School.
  • Non-Catholic children who are in the care of a local authority (looked-after children) or provided with accommodation by them (e.g. children with foster parents) (Section 22 of the Children Act 1989)
  • Non-Catholic children living within the catchment area of Christ the King School who have a brother or sister in the Infant school at the time of admission. 
  • Non-Catholic children living within the catchment area of Christ the King School who have a brother or sister in the Junior school at the time of admission.
  • Non-Catholic children living outside the catchment area of Christ the King School who have a brother or sister in the Infant school at the time of admission.
  • Non-Catholic children living outside the catchment area of Christ the King School who have a brother or sister in the Junior school at the time of admission.
  • Other non-Catholic children.

 

If any information given on the application is found to be false, any place offered may be withdrawn.

 

OVER-SUBSCRIPTION

If there is over-subscription within a category, the Governors will give priority to children living closest to the school determined by shortest straight line distance measured from the centre of the school site to the home address (see Note 5 below).

 

Note 1:

Children with a Statement of Special Educational Needs that names the school must be admitted. This will reduce the number of places available to applicants.

 

Note 2:

Evidence of Catholic Baptism or Reception into the Church will be required. For definition of Baptised see the Appendix. Those who face difficulties in producing written evidence of baptism should contact their Parish Priest.

Note 3:

The definition of a brother or sister is:

  • A brother or sister sharing the same parents;
  • Half-brother or half-sister, where two children share one common parent;
  • Step-brother or step-sister, where two children are related by a parent’s marriage;
  • Adopted or fostered children.

Note 4:

Legislation relating to infant class size restricts the number of pupils in the Reception Class and Years 1 and 2 to classes of 30 pupils.  Previously, where the final place in a year group has been offered to a twin it has been our policy to admit the other twin, even though this has meant going above the school’s admission number relating to infant classes.  Therefore, if the final place is allocated to one twin the parent will have to decide which child will take up the place, if any.

 

Note 5:

The home address of a pupil is considered to be the permanent residence of a child. The address must be the child’s only or main residence. Documentary evidence may be required.

 

Note 6:

Entry into Christ the King Junior School is NOT automatic and at the age of transfer to the Junior School parents will be asked to complete an application form.

 

SCHOOL ENTRY

Children must, by law, start school by the beginning of the term after their fifth birthday.  A parent may defer a child’s entry to the school. Parents may discuss this with the Headteacher.

 

APPEALS

Parents who wish to appeal against the decision of the Governors to refuse their child a place in the school may apply in writing to the Chair of Governors c/o the school.


REPEAT APPLICATIONS

Unless there are significant and material changes in the circumstances of a parent’s application for their child or the school, the governors will not consider a repeat application in the same academic year.

LATE APPLICATIONS

Applications received after the closing date will only be considered alongside those received by the closing date under the following circumstances:

  • The family were unable to complete an application form before the closing date because they moved into the school’s parish area after the issue of Common Application Forms. OR
  • The family were unable to comply with the admissions timetable because of exceptional circumstances which prevented the application arriving on time – the circumstances must be given in writing and attached to the Common Application Form.

Applications received after the notification date (after places are offered) will be added to the school’s waiting list in admission criteria order.

 

WAITING LISTS   

Where the school is over-subscribed, the school in conjunction with the Local Authority will maintain a waiting list in oversubscription criteria order until the end of September 2008.  Parents who wish their child’s name to remain on the waiting list after this date must apply in writing to the school.  Thereafter you will need to re-register your interest at the start of each term, otherwise you will be deemed to have withdrawn your interest.


APPENDIX

DEFINITION OF A “BAPTISED CATHOLIC”

To establish clarity, consistency and fairness in the application of Criteria of Admission in Catholic Schools in accordance with the Trust Deed of the Archdiocese of Birmingham, it is necessary to define the description of a “Baptised Catholic” for the benefit of parents who are making applications and for governors who formulate and apply the criteria for admissions.

 

A “Baptised Catholic” is one who:

  • Has been baptised into full communion (Cf. Catechism of the Catholic Church, 837) with the Catholic Church by the Rites of Baptism of one of the various ritual Churches in communion with the See of Rome (i.e. Latin Rite, Byzantine Rite, Coptic, Syriac, etc, Cf. Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1203). Written evidence* of this baptism can be obtained by recourse to the Baptismal Registers of the church in which the baptism took place (Cf. Code of Canon Law, 877 & 878).

Or

 

  • Has been validly baptised in a separated ecclesial community and subsequently received into full communion with the Catholic Church by the Right of Reception of Baptised Christians into the Full Communion of the Catholic Church. Written evidence of their baptism and reception into full communion with the Catholic Church can be obtained by recourse to the Register of Receptions, or in some cases, a sub-section of the Baptismal Registers of the church in which the Rite of Reception took place (Cf. Rite of Christian Initiation, 399).

 

WRITTEN EVIDENCE OF BAPTISM

 

The Governing bodies of Catholic schools will require written evidence in the form of a Certificate of Baptism or Certificate of Reception before applications for school places can be considered for categories of “Baptised Catholics”. A Certificate of Baptism or Reception is to include: the full name, date of birth, date of baptism or reception, and parent(s) name(s). The certificate must also show that it is copied from the records kept by the place of baptism or reception.

 

Those who would have difficulty obtaining written evidence of baptism for a good reason, may still be considered as baptised Catholics but only after they have been referred to their parish priest who, after consulting the Vicar General, will decide how the question of baptism is to be resolved and how written evidence is to be produced in accordance with the law of the Church.

 

Those who would be considered to have good reason for not obtaining written evidence would include those who cannot contact the place of baptism due to persecution or fear, the destruction of the church and the original records, or where baptism was administered validly but not in the Parish church where records are kept.

 

Governors may request extra supporting evidence when the written documents that are produced do not clarify the fact that a person was baptised or received into the Catholic Church, (i.e. where the name and address of the Church is not on the certificate, or where the name of the Church does not state whether it is a Catholic Church or not).



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