! -- Icons -->
All in-year applications to the school must be made through Telford and Wrekin and the links below outline this process. However, parents and children are always welcome to visit the school (if year group places are available) and we will try our best to accommodate your visits as quickly as possible. Please contact the school office to book an appointment.
In our bid to provide the smoothest possible transition for all children when starting school -
Both of these additional provisions will be considered by staff in light of your child’s individual needs, if either are thought to be appropriate we will contact you to discuss the possibilities or you may wish to contact us.For parents moving into the area please click the hyperlink below, click here to download and view Telford and Wrekin's Primary School Admissions which includes arrangements for admission.
Redhill Primary Academy Admission Arrangements
The Planned Admission Number
The ‘planned admission number’ is the number of children the LA considers the school can accommodate. Governors have agreed to set the Redhill Primary Academy is 60 for each year group. We keep this number under review and the Governors will apply to change the number if circumstances change.
You will need to apply through the Admissions Team for a school place if you want to transfer between Telford and Wrekin schools, have moved or are planning to move to the Telford and Wrekin area during the academic year.
Determined Admission Arrangements for 2024/25 in accordance with the school admission code 2021.
Children with an Education, Health and Care Plan which names the Academy will be allocated places.
Those children who are or were previously looked after by Telford & Wrekin or any other local authority. A 'looked after child', or a child who was previously looked after, but immediately after being looked after became subject to an adoption, child arrangements, or special guardianship order. Children previously in state care outside of England and have ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. All these children are known as children in care and will be offered places.
In the case of oversubscription, children who live in the Academy’s defined catchment area, and who live closest to the Academy, measured by straight line from the pupil’s home (front door) distance to the Academy main office entrance point, will be offered places in this order:
Any places which remain available, will then be allocated to applicants from outside the Academy’s defined catchment area, as measured by a straight line from the pupil’s home (front door) distance to the Academy main office entrance point, in this order:
Where two applications cannot otherwise be separated, the place will be offered on the basis of random allocation by drawing lots supervised by an independent observer.
Admission TeamTelford & Wrekin CouncilDarby HouseTelfordTF3 4JAEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org