Ladypool Primary School

Key Information

 

Admissions

 To apply for a place at Ladypool, please request an application form from the school office.  If you have admissions inquiries including over-subscription criteria, the age groups we consider applications for or if you wish to visit the school please contact us directly on 0121 464 7002.  

From September 2019 you can apply online for a school place for September 2020 for a Reception Class. 

Reception online applications must be submitted by 15 January 2020.

Applying for a school place online:

  • ensures you will receive an email confirming your child’s offer by 3.30 pm on the offer date, one day ahead of postal notification;
  • is quick, easy and secure;
  • is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week until the final closing date; and
  • means you will receive an immediate confirmation by email that the application has been received.

The following information describes how the school admissions processes work in Birmingham, and what steps parents / carers need to take to arrange a school place for their child.

Admission to school is governed by policy determined by national government. Information about this is available from the Education and Learning section of the GOV.UK website.

You can view the 2019 co-ordinated admission arrangements for all Birmingham primary and secondary schools from this website.

Find school inspection reports on the Ofsted website.

You have the right to appeal against a decision if your child has been refused a school place.

Read more: http://www.birmingham.gov.uk/school-admissions

School Timings

 

Morning

Afternoon

Nursery

8:40 - 11:40

Closed

Reception

8:50 - 11:30

12:15 - 15:00

KS1 (Y1/Y2)

8:50 - 11:45

12:30 - 15:00

KS2 (Yr 3/Y4)

8:50 - 12:20

13:05 - 15:00

KS2 (Yr 5/Y6)

8:50 - 12:35

13:20 - 15:00

 

The school doors open at 8.40am and each class has additional learning activities set up for the children. Teachers and teaching assistants will be available at the doors to greet your children in.

 

 

Pupil breaks

Pupils should not bring fizzy drinks, sweets or chewing gum to school. Pupils are allowed to bring drinks of water in a clear bottle to school. Water is provided for pupils who bring packed lunches or have a school meal. All parents have the option of buying milk for their child. Fresh fruit is offered to pupils from nursery to year 2 free of charge. KS2 Children may purchase juice, fruit or a healthy snack from the trolley at break. All children are encouraged to bring a piece of fruit into school with them.

 

Attendance

Please remember how important it is that your child is in school on time everyday.  If your child is absent it is your responsibility to contact the school.  If we do not have a valid reason for your child's absent then it will be marked as unauthorised. Please also see letter below.