Admissions and Attendance Information

Attendance

We promote excellent school attendance, recognising the clear links between attendance and progress, and attendance and safeguarding. Our aim is for all children on roll to attend school every day, provided that they are fit and healthy enough to do so.
 
Parents / carers are asked to only withdraw their child from school if it is absolutely unavoidable. For more details, please see the school's attendance policy.
 
If, exceptionally, you know that your child is going to be absent from school for any period of time (even if it is part of a day) please seek the Headteacher's authorisation in advance by completing the Authorised Absence Request Form available at the school office. The Government and the school wish to discourage children from missing lessons whenever possible ad ask parents to take family holidays during school holidays.
 
We would expect medical and dental appointments to take place outside of school hours, but if children do need to be taken out of school to attend such appointments please sign them out at the School Office when they leave and then back again when they return.
 
If your child is late for school and misses registration, please sign your child in at the School Office.
 
We target intervention with children whose attendance falls below a target of 96%.
If your child does not attend school they will not make progress and achieve. We want all children to have high levels of attendance and give themselves the very best life changes and choices.
 
There are 175 non-school day per year for holidays, shopping and appointments. There should be little need, except in 'exceptional circumstances' for your child to miss a day's education. 

 

 

Admissions

New and In year Admissions

We manage our own in year admission, if you would like to look around please contact the Office.

Please be reassured however that all Reception places will continue to be handled by the Local Authority.

If you would like to transfer your child after the school year has started, then please contact the school office on 01865 772495 to arrange a visit and to ask for an application pack.

All admissions are subject to set criteria, this criteria needs to be adhered to as part of the Admissions Code.

At JHNA we accept 60 per year group, this is in line with infant guidelines of no more than 30 children in a class 

 

** Please see our consultation policy on Admissions for 2017-18 



Please click the link below for more information regarding our Appeals Procedure.

October 2017-18

Our new Admission Arrangements for 2017/2018 approved by the Full Governing Body, can be found by below, as well as the application for starting Primary School Application Form.