Greenland Community Primary School offers primary education for all children of all abilities for up to 360 four to eleven year olds.
As of September 2019 the expected number of pupils is 343.
We are committed to meeting the needs of all children including those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. We would ask parents to discuss the identified needs with the school prior to starting so that appropriate intervention and support can be planned and implemented. Advice from the LA or other agencies may be requested to ensure any the school can meet any needs appropriately.
Applying for Primary school places 2020/21
If your child turns 5 between 1st September 2020 and 31st August 2021 you will need to complete an application form online, selecting which school you would like your little one to attend from September 2020.
Applications for primary places are now open and should be made via the School Places and Admissions Team at Durham County Council by clicking here: Primary applications (September 2020)
The closing date for applications is midnight Wednesday 15th January 2020. Offers for school places will be made by Durham County Council on Thursday 16th April 2020.
For more general information regarding the school admission process click here: School admission process This includes:
- An explanation of the process for applying for a school place, including important dates
- The selection process
- Over-subscription criteria
- Details of when offers of places will be communicated to parents
- How applications can be made outside of the normal procedure and how they will be dealt with
- Dates of when any waiting list will be held until following communication for offers of places.
For information concerning appeals against an admission decision, including when and how appeals will be heard, visit: School admissions-appeals.
Greenland’s admission arrangements comply with The School Admissions Code and The School Admissions Appeal Code.
Applying for a school place during the academic year
An application for an in-year transfer can also be made by contacting School Admissions at Durham County Council. For more information visit: In-Year transfers information.
Applying for a school place if your child has an Education, Health and Care Plan or a Statement of SEN
Children and young people with an Education, Health and Care Plan (or Statement of Special Education Needs) follow a different admission and transfer process for a new school. Please continue to complete Durham County Council’s parental preference form, as part of the admission process to a new school. You continue to have a right to request a particular school and this will be considered alongside the information that we have about your child’s special educational needs. The information would have been provided as part of the Education, Health and Care assessment or following the review meeting.
If you would like to discuss your child’s SEND needs please contact the school.
Here at Greenland we have very high expectations of our children and their behaviour. To read our Behaviour Policy click here: Behaviour Policy
Greenland adhere to the Exclusion Guidance & Procedures of Durham County Council. Please click here for more information http://www.durham.gov.uk/schoolexclusion