Burton Green Primary School is a welcoming and friendly place where learning is at the heart of everything we do. We have 2 year old provision on site, a school nursery for 3-4 year olds and classes from Reception to Year 6. We are part of the Hope Sentamu Learning Trust, which means we have high ambition, and access to wider opportunities for our children.
We want your child to be happy, build their self-belief, and succeed in their learning while they are with us. Burton Green aims to provide a caring, supportive and safe environment in which your child can develop and learn as part of their life-long learning journey. We want your child to know their talents and have ambition for their future.
We understand that choosing a school for your child is an important decision for a child’s future. We welcome you to visit the school at any time. A visit can be arranged via our main reception. We currently have a 30 place Reception class each year.
The City of York Council co-ordinate all our admission arrangements and further information can be found here.
You may also wish to view the following admissions policy documents:
The planned number of places (PAN) for Reception in the coming September is 30.
Local Authority’s Co-ordinated Admission Scheme
Burton Green Primary School participates in the Local Authority’s Co-ordinated Admission Scheme for in-year admissions. If parents/carers wish to apply for a school place, applications can be made at https://www.york.gov.uk/SchoolAdmissions via the ParentPortal. The Local Authority will confirm the outcome of the application in writing within 15 school days.
If the application is refused, the Local Authority will advise on the statutory appeal procedure. Details of the Co-ordinated Admission Scheme and how in-year applications are managed are available at https://www.york.gov.uk/SchoolAdmissions.
The Hope Sentamu Learning Trust (HSLT) Trust Board have determined their admissions arrangements for 2023 – 2024.
Following determination of arrangements, any objections to those arrangements must be made to the Schools Adjudicator. Objections to admission arrangements must be referred to the Schools Adjudicator by 15th May in the determination year.
Please follow this link to object to the schools adjudicator regarding a school’s admission arrangements: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/objection-to-school-admission-arrangements
Post: OSA, Bishopsgate House, Feethams, Darlington, DL1 5QE
You can object to the schools adjudicator because you consider a school’s admission arrangements:
If your concerns are about the admission arrangements for a year other than the 2023 to 2024 academic year, make it clear to which year’s arrangements you are referring.