Chew Magna Primary School

Chew Magna Primary School

Chew Magna Primary School

Developing and inspiring our children

Confident

Motivated

Personable

Successful

Happy

Vibrant

Flourish

Rounded learning experience

Beautiful environment

Active learning

Rural setting

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Admissions

Admissions at Chew Magna Primary School

Admission Numbers

As a four class village school, our admission level for each year group cohort is 15 pupils.  Our capacity is 105 pupils. However, numbers vary from cohort to cohort.

Admissions

Admissions to Chew Magna Primary School are administered by Bath & North East Somerset Council.  Any application for a school place must be made to the Local Authority in which you live even if you want a place at a school situated in a different Local Authority area. Bath & North East Somerset admissions service can provide advice about schools, information about your right of appeal if the school you prefer is full, or information about home to school transport.

To talk to someone about school admissions call 01225 394312 or email: admissions_transport@bathnes.gov.uk.

Alternatively write to:

Admissions & Transport, Bath & North East Somerset Council, Lewis House, Manvers Street, Bath BA1 1JG

www.bathnes.gov.uk/services/schools-colleges-and-learning/admissions-schools

Appeals

If you are refused a place at your preferred school, you have the right under the Schools Standards and Framework Act 1998 (Section 94) as amended by the Education Act 2002, to appeal against the decision. It is your opportunity to present your reasons for preferring a particular school to an independent panel who will decide whether your reasons are strong enough to overturn the decision of the Local Authority (LA) or Governing Body in the case of Voluntary Aided Schools.

To talk to someone about making an appeal contact the B&NES School Appeals Officer, Democratic Services, on 01225 394410, email Democratic Services@bathnes.gov.uk or write to us at:

School Appeals Officer Democratic Services, 
Bath & North East Somerset Council,
Lewis House, 
Manvers Street,
Bath BA1 1JG