WHITEHILL PRIMARY SCHOOL - ADMISSION AND PRIORITY AREA.
Whitehill Primary School adopts Stockport Local Authority's policy for admissions. You can find out more about Stockport Admissions by clicking on the following link: https://www.stockport.gov.uk/topic/nursery-and-school-admissions
If you are interested in applying for a place, please contact the school office, who will arrange a convienient time for you to visit the school and meet the Headteacher. We highly encourage all prospective parents to visit the school as you can then see "the school at work" and ask any questions that you may have.
Stockport L.E.A. has an admissions policy based on the school’s priority area which include the streets indicated below. (Please also look at the map on the following page) The admissions limit to our Reception class is 30.
Ann Street Horace Grove
Amesbury Grove Jersey Road
Bangor Street Jowett Street
Bankfield Street Kingsley Avenue
Barry Street Lancashire Hill
Baslow Grove Manchester Road 2-230 (evens)
Birkdale Road Manvers Street
Birkdale Grove Melton Street
Bosworth Grove Morgan Place
Bourne Street Morton Street
Bourneville Avenue Newark Road odd numbers
Broughton Road Norway Grove
Bury Street Oaken Grove
Cabot Place Pearson Street
Clare Road Pendlebury Towers
Clarendon Street Penny Lane
Clarkethorne Terrace Raleigh Street
Colwyn Crescent Reddish Road
Conway Street Reuben Street
Coronation Street Rose Street
Croyden Street Sandy Lane
Deganwy Crescent Scott Close
Drake Court Selby Street
Dyserth Grove Standbank Street
Fairfield Close Stonemill Terrace
Fairfield Way The Bentleys
Frobisher Place The Ferns
Gair Road The Longsons
Glaswen Grove The Parklands
Greg Street 1 - 171, 2 – 108 Tynedale Close
Hanover Towers Weston Street
Haston Close Wensley Road
Hawkins Street Whitehill Street West
Admissions from children living outside the priority are always welcome - in fact we have a considerable number of children who attend our school who live outside the area. However, if the demand for places exceeds our admission limit, children from the priority area are offered places first and then selection is made on a sibling and geographical basis (i.e. distance from home to school.)
Reception School Places
Children who are four years old before the 31st August will begin in the September. You will receive a confirmation letter/email from the local authority and a reply slip, which must be returned to the school. If you are not offered a place you can appeal to the Town hall and details of how to proceed are outlined in the letter you receive or by using the link shown above. During the term before your child starts, we will contact you to arrange various visits to school and meetings, which will equip you with information and allow you time to get to know the school. We look forward to meeting you and beginning a close parent/school relationship.
Revised and adopted by the Governing Body …2018...