Stockport’s School Admissions process
Stockport’s School Admissions processes and policies are very clear and easy to understand. On making an application for a school place, please follow the link: Nursery and school admissions.
For information on how school places are allocated visit Stockport’s admissions explained page.
Eligible dates of birth and Closing Dates
Application closing date
|Nursery – Consideration for January 2022 start||Children born between 1 September 2018 and 31 December 2018.||31 October 2021||Late November 2021|
|Nursery – Consideration for April 2022 start||Children born between 1 September 2018 and 31 March 2019||15 February 2022||Beginning of March 2022|
|Nursery – September 2022||Children born between 1 September 2018 and 31 August 2019||31 March 2022||18 May 2022|
|Primary (Reception) – September 2022||Children born between 1 September 2017 and 31 August 2018 are due to start primary school in September 2022||15 January 2022||15 April 2022|
Admission: Pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)
In September 2014 a new Code of Practice providing clear and detailed guidance with regard to SEND was introduced into all schools.
In order that Great Moor Infant School is compliant with this documentation we have produced a document called the ‘School Offer’. This document outlines the SEND provision and support within school as well the key role played by parents. It is best viewed with the Local Authority Offer. Both of these can be accessed via Great Moor Infant School website www.greatmoor-inf.stockport.sch.uk ~ Parent Information ~ Admissions: Local Offer & School Offer.
At Great Moor Infant School parents, all staff and Governors have very high aspirations for SEND pupils. It is our aim to enable pupils to achieve in school and put in place building blocks for successful learning beyond early years and infant school. Individual pupils play an important role in considering their learning targets and support.
The 2014 Code of Practice sets out an individualised and graduated response to support children with Special Educational needs and disabilities.
The areas of SEND are:
- Communication and interaction
- Cognition and Learning
- Emotional and Social development including mental health
- Sensory and/or physical
In order that our children feel happy, safe and secure we have developed Induction Programmes, both in Nursery and Reception. These include home visits, story sessions, and phased entry into school or Nursery. These Induction Programmes have proved to be exceptionally successful. Pupils settle very well into both of our Early Years settings. Further details are available in the ‘Welcome’ pack.