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Our Lady of The Assumption Catholic Primary School
Hawthorn Lane Tile Hill, CV4 9LB Coventry
02476 466655
www:http://www.ourlady.coventry.sch.uk/e-mail:

At Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic School, we care for and support each other in all we do. We strive to learn and to reach our full potential, using our gifts and talents. We show respect for the opinions and beliefs of everybody in our school community and in the whole of God’s world, as we follow the teachings of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, Our Lord.

Discipline:

Discipline is based on the Christian virtues of Love, Forgiveness and New Beginning as is outlined in our Mission Statement "Love One Another as I Have Loved You". It is essential that parents and teachers work in partnership to help each child to develop a respect for his/her own person and belongings, and to respect other people and their property.

For good work, effort, honesty, helpfulness, success, courage and other qualities children are praised verbally or in writing and mentioned at school at Friday afternoon Celebration Assemblies to which parents are always welcome.

We put into practice a positive reinforcement behaviour policy details of which are in our Relationships policy available at school.

Good manners are an integral part of any community. All children should be familiar with the words “please”, “thank you”, “excuse me” and “sorry”. Pupils are expected to walk quietly around the school and display good manners at all times, including in the dining room.

Admission Policy:

The admissions process is part of the Coventry LEA co-ordinated scheme.

The Admissions Policy of the Governors of Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Primary 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.

If the number of applications exceeds the admission number, governors will consider applications according to the following order of priority 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)

  1. Baptised Catholic children living within the Parish of Our Lady of the Assumption and St Joseph the Worker who have a brother or sister in the school at the time of admission.
  2. Baptised Catholic children living within the Parish of Our Lady of the Assumption and St Joseph the Worker.
  3. Baptised Catholic children living outside the Parish of Our Lady of the Assumption and St Joseph the Worker who have a brother or sister in the school at the time of admission.
  4. Baptised Catholic children living outside the Parish of Our Lady of the Assumption and St Joseph the Worker.
  5. 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)
  6. Non-Catholic children who have a brother or sister in the school at the time of admission.
  7. Non-Catholic children.

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 main reception door of the school to the home address Further information can be obtained at the school regarding admissions.

Welcome

Welcome to Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Primary School

 

Dear Parents/Carers

 

As you open this prospectus I really hope that you obtain a flavour of what our school is about, its aims and values, activities and achievements.

 

Our Lady’s as we are affectionately called, is a Catholic (Voluntary Aided) Primary School.  Our school has a special ethos which is echoed in our school mission statement:

 

‘Love one another as I have loved you’

 

This ethos is the strength of the school and this was recognised in our most recent OFSTED inspection.

 

‘This is a good school, where the quality of education, especially teaching and learning, ensures pupils do well.  The strong catholic ethos contributes to pupils who are well behaved, work hard, look after each other and take an active part in shaping the future of the school.’ – Ofsted 2004

 

The school prides itself on providing a warm welcoming environment with a strong team of caring and supportive teaching and support staff.  It is a place where learning is fun, exciting and enables them to achieve their full potential.

 

I look forward to working with you whilst your child is at Our Lady’s and hope that your child’s time with us is a happy and fruitful one.

 

Finally I hope you find this prospectus useful, if you require further information please contact me at school.

 

I look forward to meeting you.

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

Rebecca Coogan

Head Teacher

Our Lady Of The Assumption Catholic Primary School

 

ADMISSION 2008-2009

 

The Admissions process is part of the Coventry LEA co-ordinated scheme.  The Admission Policy of the Governors of Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic Primary 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 school's Admission Number for the school year beginning in September 2008 is 30.

 

The school Standards and Framework Act 1998 requires all infant (Years R, 1 and 2) class sizes to be limited to a maximum number of 30.  Admission Numbers are therefore based on multiples of 15 and 30, which helps schools to organise infant classes of 30 pupils or fewer.

 

Children attending Catholic primary schools will not receive catchment area status for a Local Authority Community Secondary School unless, at the initial allocation of places, they have been unable to secure a place at their Catholic ‘feeder’ secondary school.

 

If the number of applications exceeds the school’s admission number, governors will consider applications according to the following order of priority:

 

1.     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)

 

2.     Baptised Catholic children (see note 2 below) living within the Parish of Our Lady of the Assumption and St Joseph the Worker who have a brother of sister in the school at the time of admission.

 

3.     Baptised Catholic children living within the Parish of Our Lady of the Assumption and St Joseph the Worker.

 

4.     Baptised Catholic children living outside the Parish of Our Lady of the Assumption and St Joseph the Worker who have a brother or sister in the school at the time of admission.

 

5.     Baptised Catholic children by reference to the distance to the preferred school.  A straight line measurement will be made from the child’s home address to the centre of the preferred school site.  The address used must be the child’s permanent home address.  The shortest measurement will have the highest priority.

 

6.     Baptised Catholic children living outside the Parish of Our Lady of the Assumption and St Joseph the Worker.

 

7.     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).

 

8.     Non-Catholic children who have a brother or sister in the school at the time of admission.

 

9.     Non-Catholic children

 

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. (see 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 school’s admission number.  However, it is not possible to breach the school’s admission number relating to infant classes.  Therefore, if the final place is allocate to one twin the parent will have to decide which child will take up the place, if any.

 

Note 1

Children with a statement of special educational need 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, please contact the school. Those who face difficulties in producing written evidence of Baptism should contact their Parish Priest.

 

Note 3

The City Council sees the benefits of children from the same family attending the same school and gives priority to brother and/or sister connections in its policy for allocating places. However, where schools are over-subscribed no guarantee can be given that places will be available.  The definition of a brother or sister is:

·         A brother or sister sharing the same parents;

·         Half- brother or half sister, where the 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 permanent residence of a child. The address must be the child's only or main residence.  Documentary evidence may be required.

 

 Note 5

Priority will be given to children who are in the care of the local authority or provided with accommodation by the authority.  A looked after child is defined in Section 22 of the Children Act 1989.

 



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