Admission to the school is in accordance with the criteria laid down in the Leeds City Council Admissions to Primary Schools Booklet. This gives priority to children with special educational needs, those with siblings already attending the school and children living within the school’s catchment area. If places are available in any year group, other children from outside the area may be admitted. The maximum number of pupils that can be admitted to our reception, year one and two classes is thirty (sixty per year group).
If you would like your child to attend our school, please see full details of our admission arrangements below.
The school has pupils from 4 to 11 years (Reception to Year 6). Children are admitted at the beginning of the school year (September) in which they will have their fifth birthday.
If your child is due to start primary school in September 2018 you will receive a letter from Leeds City Council inviting you to apply before 1 November 2017. The online application form will be available to use from 1 November 2017 for applications to start reception class in September 2018.
Your application needs to be submitted by 15th January 2018.
Offers will be sent out on 16th April 2018.
You must submit an application even if you would like a place at your priority catchment school or your child has a sibling in school.
IN YEAR ADMISSIONS
Families moving into the area and seeking school places for their children should contact the school office and the School Admissions section of Leeds City Council. If you wish to transfer, you will need to complete an In Year Common Preference Form - please see below link. Please return the completed form to the school either in person or by post. During school holidays you can email the form to email@example.com or post to Leeds City Council, PO Box 837, Admissions, Leeds, LS1 9PZ.
At the end of their time in primary school, Wigton Moor pupils progress to a wide range of high schools that include: Rossett, Allerton High, Boston Spa, Allerton Grange, Wetherby High, Abbey Grange, Roundhay High, St. Aidans, and the Grammar School at Leeds.
If your child is due to start secondary school in September 2018 (born between 1 Sep 2006 and 31 August 2007) you will receive a letter from Leeds City Council inviting you to apply.
Your address puts you in the priority catchment area for a particular school and the letter tells you which school this is. It is the school at which your child has a higher priority for admission under the school admission policy, which might be the Leeds Admission Policy 2018/19 (PDF 61KB) or might be the school's own policy.
We would recommend that you include this school as one of your five preferences, even if it is your fifth preference, although there is no guarantee that you will be offered a place there.
Your application needs to be submitted by 31st October 2017.
Offers will go out on 1 March 2018.