Year 6 100 Words All about Horwich
November 3, 2011 | By Tracey Challands | Impressions: 391 |
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At Horwich Parish School, we aim to Provide a sae, healthy and happy place or learning and un. Help each person gain the skills they need to be confdent members o the community. Encourage each person in their lie’s journey to achieve the best they can. This means that: We want to work in partnership with parents to help every child in our care to achieve their best. We want the learning experiences offered to be enjoyable and challenging, and to open each child’s eyes to the joy of learning. We provide a distinctive mix of experiences as a Church of England school. We are interested in developing every side of each Ethos and aims Lighting the way person’s abilities and interests, including socially, physically and technologically.
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Admissions Policy 2015 Horwich Parish C.E. Primary School is an aided school and admissions are the responsibility of the governing body, in agreement with the Manchester Diocesan Board of Education and the Bolton Local Authority. The school admits pupils who have reached the age of four before the start of the autumn term on 1st September. The standard admissions number from 2015 is 60. Responsibility for admissions is delegated to the Governing Body Admissions Committee. The governing body has chosen not to reserve a proportion of places, for children of other faiths and none, believing the admissions criteria as set out best serve the local community in Horwich. The governors will not place any restriction on admission unless the number of applications exceeds 60. The governors will admit all children having a statement of special educational needs in which the school is named in accordance with section 324 of the Educational Act 1996. In the event of oversubscription for the remaining places they will be allocated by use of the following criteria in the order given. 1. Children in public care, who are looked after children and previously looked after children who were looked after, but ceased to be so because they were adopted( or became subject to a residence order or special guardianship order) at the time when preferences are expressed and are still expected to be in public care when admitted to the school. 2. Siblings of children already attending Horwich Parish C E School at the time of admission. (see note d) 3. Children of families who are in regular attendance at Holy Trinity Parish Church, Horwich. (see note e) 4. Children of families who reside at an address which pays a “local parish precept” to Horwich Town Council, and are in regular attendance at other Christian churches affiliated to “Churches Together in Horwich and Rivington”. ( see note e) 5. Children who, for medical or social reasons, should attend this school in preference to another. (see note f) 6. Any other children .(see note g) Notes: a) If a place is offered to your child, you will be notified in April prior to your child starting in September. When all available places are filled, unsuccessful applicants will be notified in April, prior to their child starting school in September. b) Where a child lives with parents with shared responsibility, each for part of a week, the address used for admissions purposes will be the home where the child resides for the majority of the week. c) Where there are children of multiple births wishing to be admitted and the sibling is the 30th child, the governors may admit over the infant class requirement if it is possible to do so. d) Siblings are defined as full, half or step brothers and sisters, or adopted children, who live at the same address for the majority of the week or at all times and also full brothers and sisters living apart. e) Regular attendance is normally taken to mean a minimum of monthly attendance at church at public worship for at least the year prior to 1st September in the year before the admission to