Choosing the right school for your child to attend is an important decision and needs careful consideration. As a result we have developed a well organised induction and transition process which focuses on the needs of children and families, each child’s admission is dealt with individually and experience a bespoke induction experience:
• Individual information is used to support the planning of each child’s induction;
• Consideration is given to each child’s different needs;
• Consideration is given to how the children will manage the change of setting;
• Appropriate strategies are identified to support a positive transition process;
• Where appropriate individual transition plans are developed.
Therefore, prior to completing any formal admission paperwork we encourage parents to come and spend some time in our school and speak with us regarding their child. Following this initial visit if parents decide that Haytor View is the school for their child, a ‘taster session’ is arranged for the child to come in and meet their Learning Leader, discover their classroom and make new friends. During the child’s taster session, the parents can meet with a school leader and complete the school admission process.
The school’s admissions policies contains more information on the school admissions process.
All applications for places need to be made to Devon County Council. By following this link to the Devon County Council School Admissions page you will find all the relevant documentation needed to submit an application.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate contacting the school office who will be happy to support you.
If you wish to apply for your child’s admission to Nursery Education, please get in touch with the school office, refer to our Nursery web page or look at the Devon County Publication ‘Stepping Out‘, available via the Devon County Admissions page.
Reception Admissions – The First Step
If you wish to apply for your child’s first admission to Primary Education, please look at the Devon County Publication ‘The First Step‘, available via the Devon County Admissions page.
This is when children start at a school at any time other than the normal round. Applications for in-year admissions can be made at any time although places will not generally be allocated further in advance than eight school weeks. You can read about this in The In-Year Admissions booklet, please look at the Devon County Publication, available via the Devon County Admissions page.
Secondary Admissions – The Next Step
If you wish to apply for your child’s transfer to secondary school, please look at the Devon County Publication ‘The Next Step‘, available via the Devon County Admissions page.