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St Luke’s Church of England School

Contact details

Address
Harts Lane
Exeter
Devon
EX1 3RD see on map
Telephone
01392-204600
Fax
01392-204601
Acting Principal
Kealey Sherwood
SENCO
Samantha Lander

Location

School details
DfE number
878/4501
School type
School sector
Type of school
Voluntary Controlled School
Local learning community
District
Age range
11-16
Admissions details
Number on roll
January 2018
957
January 2019
909
Places offered for admission in
September 2018
165
September 2019
202
Appeals for admission in
September 2018
0
September 2019
0
Published Admission Number
2019-20
196
2020-21
196

Document(s)

  • A) Up to 19 places (10% of the PAN of 196) will be available to children with a proven aptitude in football or any other sport or dance in which the College specialises (see the list of sports at note m). Aptitude will be assessed by the College Assessment Panel acting on behalf of the LA and undertaken by the College’s named partners Exercise Science Consulting Ltd, using an appropriate sporting aptitude test. In the event that the aggregate score of one or more students is equal to that of the student ranked 19 and equal or higher than the pass mark, the following criteria will be applied by the Assessment Panel to prioritise applications:
    1. Looked after children and children who were previously looked after but immediately after being looked after became subject to adoption, a child arrangements order, or special guardianship order.
    2. Priority will next be given to children who are registered with a relevant professional club for further development.
    3. Priority will next be given to children who are included in a National Governing Body Performance Programme or their equivalent. B) The remaining 177 places will be available to other applicants. Where the number of applications is greater than 177 the LA will use the following oversubscription criteria to prioritise applications
      1. Looked after children and children who were previously looked after but immediately after being looked after became subject to adoption, a child arrangements order, or special guardianship order.
      2. Priority will next be given to children based on their exceptional medical or social needs or those of a parent with evidence from a medical specialist or social worker of the child’s or parent’s need and why they must attend this school rather than any other, based on those needs.
      3. Priority will next be given to children living within the catchment area set out in the map below, who are siblings of pupils on roll at this school.
      4. Priority will next be given to children living within the catchment area, on roll at a linked school, named below.*
      5. Priority will next be given to other children living within the catchment area.
      6. Priority will next be given to children living outside the catchment area, who are siblings of pupils on roll at this school.
      7. Priority will next be given to children living outside the catchment area, on roll at a linked school, named below.
      8. Priority will next be given to children of members of staff who have been employed at this school for more than two years or recruited within the past two years to fill a vacancy for which there was a skills shortage.
      Other children. *Priority for children at a linked school only applies at the normal round, not for In-Year admissions.
     
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    1. Up to 19 places (10% of the PAN of 196) will be available to children with a proven aptitude in football or any other sport or dance in which the College specialises (see the list of sports at note m). Aptitude will be assessed by the College Assessment Panel acting on behalf of the LA and undertaken by the College’s named partners Exercise Science Consulting Ltd, using an appropriate sporting aptitude test. In the event that the aggregate score of one or more students is equal to that of the student ranked 19 and equal or higher than the pass mark, the following criteria will be applied by the Assessment Panel to prioritise applications:

     
    1. Looked after children and children who were previously looked after but immediately after being looked after became subject to adoption, a child arrangements order, or special guardianship order.

    2. Priority will next be given to children who are registered with a relevant professional club for further development.

    3. Priority will next be given to children who are included in a National Governing Body Performance Programme or their equivalent.

     
    1. The remaining 177 places will be available to other applicants. Where the number of applications is greater than 177 the LA will use the following oversubscription criteria to prioritise applications

     
    1. Looked after children and children who were previously looked after but immediately after being looked after became subject to adoption, a child arrangements order, or special guardianship order.

    2. Priority will next be given to children based on their exceptional medical or social needs or those of their parents.[1]

    3. Priority will next be given to children living within the catchment area set out in the map below,[2] who are siblings of pupils on roll at this school.

    4. Priority will next be given to children living within the catchment area, on roll at a linked school, named above.*

    5. Priority will next be given to other children living within the catchment area.

    6. Priority will next be given to children living outside the catchment area, who are siblings of pupils on roll at this school.

    7. Priority will next be given to children living outside the catchment area, on roll at a linked school, named below.

    8. Priority will next be given to children of members of staff who have been employed at this school for more than two years or recruited within the past two years to fill a vacancy for which there was a skills shortage.

    9. Other children.

     

     

     

    *Priority for children at a linked school only applies at the normal round, not for In-Year admissions.

     


    [1] Each application must be accompanied by a completed Devon Supplementary Information Form for Exceptional Need which will include evidence, from a medical specialist or social worker of the child’s/parent’s need and why they must attend this school rather than any other, based on those needs. If evidence is not submitted to the [school or the Local Authority] with the application, a child’s or parent’s medical or social needs cannot be considered.

    [2] Children whose home lies on the boundary line will be considered to be in the catchment.

     
  • Tours on Thursday 26th September @ 9.20am and 11.40am Open evening tour and presentation on Thursday 26th September from 6pm to 8.30pm Catch-up tour on Tuesday 1st October @ 9.30am Call: Miss Claire Annunziata – Leadership Administrator on 01392 204600
     
  • 10% of places are allocated according to a child's aptitude for sport. Children must be registered with the school to be assessed for aptitude.     Priority for children at a feeder school applies only during the normal round of admissions, before the start of September in new Year 7. It no longer applies for the 2018-19 academic year.  
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  • 2019 / 2020 Academic Year

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    • November 2019
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    • December 2019
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    • February 2020
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    • May 2020
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    • July 2020
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