Policies and Documents

This page will provide access to certain polices and other documents that are most relevant to our parents.

For further information or to see documents that are not on this page, or to request any information in paper format (free of charge), please contact us at school.

Admissions

Bordesley Green Primary School admits children from aged 3 to 11 years, we take a maximum of 30 children per class in our three form entry school.

If your child is transferring from another school or starting mid-year, you will need to come in to the school and complete the application form. At this point we will also need to see proof of address and your child’s birth certificate.

The school now holds its own waiting lists and your child name will be added to the list once the application form has been completed. Position on the list will be dependent upon distance from the school measured from your registered address.

Please be aware that your child can go down as well as up the list as new applications come in. The waiting list is prioritised in line with Birmingham Local Authority procedures.

Nursery

We are able to offer 52 part-time places in either the morning or afternoon.  There are no full-time places.

To register your child for our Nursery, please visit the school office to complete the application form, with proof of your address and your child’s birth certificate. We will then put your child’s name will then be added to the waiting list. Places are offered in April/May of each year and there is one intake per year in September. Children are introduced into the Nursery in small groups to ensure a calm and happy start to school life.

Reception

If your child is due to start Reception in September, applications can be made online at the Birmingham Council School Admissions website

For any enquiries about admissions please contact the school office.

Safeguarding

Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families and carers has a role to play in safeguarding children. In order to fulfil this responsibility effectively, all professionals should make sure their approach is child-centred. This means that they should consider, at all times, what is in the best interests of the child. (Keeping Children Safe in Education, September 2020)

Prevent Strategy

We are fully committed to the Prevent Strategy as part of our safeguarding and child protection duties. All staff have received WRAP training. Key elements of the Prevent Strategy are reflected in our safeguarding policy and our commitment to building resilience against extremist views amongst children and young people.

Prevent Guidance can be found on the gov.uk website

Financial Information

View our school’s financial data on the government’s Schools Financial Benchmarking website, and see how it compares with other similar schools and establishments:

Gov.uk Schools Financial Benchmarking