Admissions

Applications for Year 7 - 11

The application process to apply for a Year 7 secondary school place starting in September 2021 is now open until 31st October 2020. Applications must be made online. Please click here to apply for a secondary school Year 7 place. Please visit our open events page to see what open events we are running this year.


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 or guidance, please contact Miss E Farrer, our Secondary Phase Admissions Officer on 0113 3368403 / [email protected]. You may also read our Secondary Phase Admissions Policy for further information.


Applications for Reception - Year 6

The application process for pupils to join a Reception class in 2020 is now closed. You should have received an email containing your offer from the local authority on Thursday 16th April 2020. You should then have accepted your offer by clicking on the link here.

For further information about the process, please visit www.leeds.gov.uk


If you wish for your child to join our school from Year 1 - 6, you will need to complete an 'In Year Common Preference Form'. Once completed, please return this to us.


Admissions arrangements

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.

Please see here our Primary Phase Admissions Policy. Parents/carers can also contact the local authority or visit the Leeds City Council website for further information regarding our admission arrangements. You can also contact our Primary Phase Admissions Team on 0113 3368401 / [email protected].


Consultation on proposed changes to the school’s Admissions Policy 2022-23

Carr Manor Community School is a Foundation school. The Governing Body acts as the Admissions Authority for the school. All admission authorities are required to act in accordance with the School Admissions Code 2014, this includes consultation on any proposed changes to their admission arrangements, including any supplementary forms used.

This document and the proposed Admissions Policy for 2022-23 provide background to the statutory consultation exercise, and seeks comments on the proposed changes. Hard copies of the consultation documents are available upon request.

Consultees are asked to consider and, if they so wish, to comment on the following proposed changes:

  • Reducing the Published Admission Numbers (PAN) for the school’s Secondary Phase.
  • Changes to the school’s Secondary Phase catchment area.

The consultation will run for 6 calendar weeks from Monday 26th October 2020 until Monday 7th December 2020. Responses should be made to [email protected] under the title “Response to Admissions Consultation 2022/23”

Refusal

If you are not offered a place at the school you requested you may wish to consider the following:

Appeals

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.