Admissions - Applying for a place at NCJPS
The Governing Body at NCJPS are responsible for Admission Arrangements.
We warmly welcome arranged visits around the school. Please contact Lynne Feather, the School Business Manager on 0161 282 4500.
Applications are done through your own local authorities electronic admission system.
Please fill in the forms below if you are interested in your child coming to NCJPS.
Please note, although your child’s name may be on our admissions list at school, it is essential that an on-line application is received by the council. To apply you will need to log onto your Local Authority website and search for Primary School Admissions for September 2024. Please be aware that the deadline for Reception applications is 15th January 2024 for a September 2024 start date. In addition, a Certificate of Religious Practice (CRP) must be completed and returned to the school by the 15th January 2024.
Click here if you would like to apply for a place in a Reception class to start in September 2024.
You can find the admissions criteria in the Stockport schools document below.
In Year Applications
Click here if you would like to apply for a place in Reception or Years 1 to 6 at any time during the current academic year.
SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS:
Children have a range of needs, including physical or sensory difficulties, language difficulties and emotional / behavioural difficulties. We always endeavour to meet the needs of individual children and most children find their needs can be met within a mainstream school. Some children, however, may have additional needs which require additional support; for example a learning difficulty or a disability that means they find it harder to learn than other children in their age group. Our Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) will help you with any concerns during your child’s time at NCJPS. For pupils with an Education, Health & Care Plan you must contact Stockport’s Special Education Needs and Disabilities Team to discuss the transition arrangements for your child. Please do not apply via the normal application process.
Parents who receive a letter from their Local Authority to say that their application has not been successful have the right to appeal. Parents wishing to appeal must contact their Local Authority as soon as possible, this can be done online. Stockport residents can use the link below to appeal.
If you have any questions please contact the school office team who can assist you 0161 282 4500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If the School is oversubscribed, after the admission of children with a statement of SEND or EHC Plan naming the school, priority for admission will be given to those children who meet the criteria as set out in the order of 1 to 6 listed below.
- Children who are looked after by a local authority, or children who were previously looked after, and who are entitled to be treated as priority applicants having obtained four points in accordance with the Certificate of Religious Practice (CRP).
- Siblings of pupils who will be attending North Cheshire Jewish Primary School at the time such siblings enter the school and who are entitled to be treated as a priority applicant having obtained four points in accordance with the Certificate of Religious Practice (CRP).
- Siblings of former pupils of North Cheshire Jewish Primary School who are entitled to be treated as a priority applicants having obtained four points in accordance with the Certificate of Religious Practice (CRP).
- Other children who are entitled to be treated as priority applicants having obtained four points in accordance with the Certificate of Religious Practice (CRP).
- Other children who are looked after by a local authority, or other children who were previously looked after by a local authority.
- Any other children.
In the event of there being more applicants than places available within each of the above criteria 1 to 5, priority will be given to those children or parents whom exceed more than 4 points on the CRP.