As a Catholic School all admissions should be directed via the school office to Admissions Panel, in an envelope marked ADMISSIONS, Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School, Halton Moor Avenue, Leeds, LS9 0HA . All applicants need to complete a Supplementary Information Form (SIF) which can be downloaded from this site or collected from the school office.
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All other admissions are referred to as In-Year Applications. This is if you move into the local area and require a school place for your child, you want to request a school transfer for your child or are applying for your child to start school for the first time in a year group other than Reception. All Leeds schools handle their own in-year applications for school places so you will need to you need to apply directly to our school.
Starting school for the first time in September 2021
The round of admissions for starting primary school in September 2021 opens on 1st November 2020 to 15th January 2021. Children born between 1st September 2016 and 31st August 2017 are due to start primary school in September 2021. If your child is due to start school you should receive a letter from the Local Authority inviting you to apply. If you do not receive a letter and your child is due to start school, please phone School Admissions on 0113 222 4414.
All parents must complete an online primary application and a Supplementary Information Form which is available to download on this page or a paper copy can be collected from the school office. The Supplementary Information Form must be returned to the school along with proof of baptism/a copy of your child’s baptismal certificate if your child is a baptised Catholic along with proof of date of birth i.e. the child’s passport or birth certificate. Due to the school’s current Covid 19 measures we would prefer that you email the completed Supplementary Information Form and requested documents to email@example.com
Follow the link below for help on how to apply for a primary school.
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Starting school in September 2021
All parents must complete an online primary application and a SIF Supplementary Information Form which is available to download on this page or a paper copy can be collected from the school office. The Supplementary Information Form must be returned to the school along with proof of baptism/a copy of your child’s baptismal certificate if your child is a baptised Catholic along with proof of date of birth i.e. The child’s passport or birth certificate.
School Admission Appeals
If you have not been offered a place in the Reception class at the school you wanted, you are entitled to appeal to an independent panel. If you would like to appeal for a place at our school you must complete the appropriate Leeds City Council appeal form. The forms can be found on Leeds City Council’s appeals webpage.
Completed appeal forms can either be e-mailed to
or posted to
Leeds City Council, PO Box 837, Admissions, Leeds, LS1 9PZ.
If you would like a paper copy of the form please contact Leeds City Council’s Admissions Team on 0113 222 4414.
In Year Appeals
The deadline for lodging an appeal against a decision for any other year group is 20 school days from the date of notification that the application for a school place was unsuccessful. Appeals will be heard within 30 school days of the appeal being received by the Clerk. Following the hearing, decision letters will be sent within five school days of the hearing. School days are term time only and do not include school holidays. If an appeal is submitted in the holidays, the school days deadline will not start until the beginning of the next term e.g. an appeal received in July after schools have closed will not be heard until the new academic term. ‘School days’ will start from the beginning of September when the term starts.
If you do wish to pursue a complaint, the Ombudsman can be contacted as follows:
School waiting lists
If you are not happy with the place you have been offered, you can put your child on a waiting list for a different school without going through the formal appeal process. As a Voluntary Aided school, we manage our own waiting lists. Please let us know every six months if you would like your child to remain on the waiting list.