Lower Kersal Primary School is committed to providing a full and efficient education to all pupils and embraces the concept of equal opportunities for all.
We will endeavour to provide an environment where all pupils feel valued and welcome.
ALL APPLICATIONS FOR PLACES AT LOWER KERSAL COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOL ARE DEALT WITH BY THE SALFORD LOCAL AUTHORITY SCHOOLS ADMISSIONS TEAM.
Salford Civic Centre
Tel: 0161 909 6508 Email: email@example.com
As far as possible the school admissions team will try to offer your child a place at your preferred school.
In Year Fair Access Protocol
Fair access protocols exist to ensure that unplaced children outside the normal admissions round, especially the most vulnerable, are offered a suitable school as quickly as possible and to ensure that all schools in the area admit their fair share of children with challenging behaviour.
At Lower Kersal we follow Salford City Council's policy. It can be found here
Places in schools are limited by the physical space in the school. Each school has an admission number which is based on the size of the school. If the number of pupils requiring places is more than the admission number then not every child will be successful in getting a place. This is what we mean when a school is said to be ‘oversubscribed'.
Admission number for Lower Kersal Community Primary School
Nursery : 26 full time places, Reception : 30 full time places, Year 1 : 30 full time places Year 2 : 30 full time places, Year 3 : 45 full time places, Year 4 : 45 full time paces, Year 5 : 30 full time places, Year 6 : 30 full time places.
If Lower Kersal Community School is oversubscribed the places will be allocated using the admission criteria set out in our Admissions Policy.
Admission numbers and our admissions policy were agreed by the Governing Board of Lower Kersal in November 2016