We welcome all prospective pupils and parents to visit the school by appointment. Please contact us for information on booking an appointment.
Our admissions arrangements are provided by Leeds City Council through the Children’s Services Department. The criteria is designed to accommodate parental preference and to give as many parent/carers as possible a place for their child at their preferred school.
Applications for Reception – Year 4
The application process for pupils looking to join our Reception class in September 2017 is now closed. You will have received an email on 18th April 2017, informing you which school your child has been offered.
You should then directly contact the school your child has been offered to confirm your place. You can confirm for your child to join Reception here at Carr Manor Community School by clicking here.
Please refer to the ‘Applying for a Primary School place’ section of the www.leeds.gov.uk website for more information.
If you wish for your child to join our school from Year 1-4, you will need to complete an ‘In Year Common Preference Form’ which can be downloaded here. Once completed, please return this to us.
Applications for Year 7 – Year 11
You will have received an email on 1st March 2017, informing you which school your child has been offered.
Please refer to the ‘How places are offered’ section of the Admissions policy at www.leeds.gov.uk for further information on how places are allocated in community schools.
Further information can be found on the Starting Secondary School page which can be found here.
If you have a child who wishes to join Carr Manor Community School in Years 8–11, please complete an ‘In Year Common Preference Form’. Once completed, please return this to us.
For further help/guidance, please contact our School Admissions team on 0113 3368407 / email@example.com.
If you are not offered a place at the school you requested you may wish to consider the following:
You can appeal against the decision to refuse your child a place at your preferred school(s). By doing this, you will automatically be placed on the waiting list for your higher preference school. In the meantime, you should accept the place you have been offered by contacting the school directly. This will ensure your child has a place in September and it will not affect your waiting list position or the appeal.
If you wish to appeal for a school in a different local authority, you should contact the relevant council for further details.