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Yeo Valley Primary School

Contact details

Address
Derby Road
Barnstaple
Devon
EX32 7HB see on map
Telephone
01271-375429
Fax
01271-325214
Headteacher / Principal
Mr Jonathan Bishop
SENCO
Mr Green

Location

School details
DfE number
878/2091
School type
School sector
Type of school
Academy School
Local learning community
District
Age range
2-11
Trust details Admissions details
Contact
Graham Newbury
Feeder school(s)
Number on roll
January 2020
179
January 2019
198
Places offered for admission in
September 2020
23
September 2019
15
Appeals for admission in
September 2020
September 2019
Published Admission Number
2021-22
50
2020-21
50

Document(s)

    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.[1]

    2. Priority will next be given to children based on their exceptional medical or social needs or those of their parents. Each application must 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 to the LA with the application, a child’s or parent’s medical or social needs cannot be considered. [2]

      Priority will next be given to children living in the catchment area set out in the map below who are siblings of pupils attending the school when the application is made.[3]

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

      Priority will next be given to children living outside the catchment area who are siblings of pupils attending the school when the application is made.

      Priority will next be given to the children of staff who have been employed at the school for at least two years or recruited to fill a skill-shortage area.

      Other children.

     

    [1] A looked after child is a child who is (a) in the care of a local authority, or (b) being provided with accommodation by a local authority in the exercise of their social services functions (see the definition in Section 22(1) of the Children Act 1989).

    [2] Each application must be accompanied by a completed 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.

    [3] This means any time from the date an application is made until it is processed.

     
    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.[1]

    2. Priority will next be given to children based on their exceptional medical or social needs or those of their parents. Each application must 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 to the LA with the application, a child’s or parent’s medical or social needs cannot be considered. [2]

      Priority will next be given to children living in the catchment area set out in the map below who are siblings of pupils attending the school when the application is made.[3]

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

      Priority will next be given to children living outside the catchment area who are siblings of pupils attending the school when the application is made.

      Priority will next be given to the children of staff who have been employed at the school for at least two years or recruited to fill a skill-shortage area.

    7.    Other children.

     

    [1] A looked after child is a child who is (a) in the care of a local authority, or (b) being provided with accommodation by a local authority in the exercise of their social services functions (see the definition in Section 22(1) of the Children Act 1989).

    [2] 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.

    [3] This means any time from the date an application is made until it is processed.

     
Term dates

Key:

Autumn term

Spring term

Summer term

Non pupil days

Holidays / Bank holidays

Weekend

Currently no published term dates for this school year.

Early Years
Early years provision
Under two-year olds
No
Is the school run provision on the school site?
Yes
Number of weeks open a year
38
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