Carr Junior School

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South Bank Multi Academy Trust is a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales with company number 10067116 whose registered office is at Woodthorpe Primary School, Summerfield Rd, York YO24 2RU

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Carr Junior School

Admissions

Joining Carr Junior School

 

We’d love to welcome you and your family to Carr Junior School.

 

Carr Junior School  is part of South Bank Multi Academy Trust who acts as our Admission Authority. The Trust participates in the Local Authority’s Co-ordinated Scheme for admissions and in-year admissions. More information on the admissions process, including appeals and oversubscription criteria can be found in Local Authority’s guide for parents which can be downloaded here

 

If parents/carers wish to apply for a school place, applications can be made via the ParentPortal. The Local Authority will confirm the outcome of the application in writing within 15 school days. If the application is refused, the Local Authority will advise on the statutory appeal procedure. Details of the Co-ordinated Admission Scheme and how in-year applications are managed are available at here

 

Access to our Admissions Policy is available on our Trust’s policies page.

 

Apply for a place at Carr Junior School via City of York Website

https://admissions.york.gov.uk/enrol/website/ 

The Pupil Admission Number (PAN) is set to 90 for each year group.

 

If you have any questions related to admissions please speak with Mrs Knowles 798996 or e-mail admin@carrjunior.southbank.academy

 

School Services

West Offices, Station Rise, York, YO1 6GA

Telephone: 01904 551554

Email: education@york.gov.uk

Twitter: @School_Services

 

Guide for Parents

We recommend that all parents/carers consult our Guide for Parents before applying for a school place, as it contains key information on school admissions.

 

Sibling links

A ‘sibling link’ is where your preference for a school place is considered with a higher priority than applicants who don't have siblings attending the school. For junior schools, this includes any brothers or sisters (including 'half' and 'step' brothers or sisters) living in the same house as their primary place of residence, who attend the preferred junior school in Years 3 to 5 at the time of application.

 

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