We accept names for the Nursery class registration list at anytime, please call in to the main school office to complete a registration form. The children are admitted to the nursery after their 3rd birthday, but we can never guarantee a place. Parents/carers will be notified when a place is available for their child. Staff will visit you and your child at home and then you will both be invited in to ‘Stay and Play’ for a session. Children will be offered either a morning or afternoon place (a total of 15 hours per week) but we can offer flexible places on request. You may be eligible for 30 hours Government Funded Provision.
If you would like your child to attend our school, please see full details of our admission arrangements below.
When can my child start school?
Pupils are admitted into the reception class in the year in which they have their 5th birthday. They are admitted in the September only.
For children due to start reception class next September, you will receive a letter from Leeds City Council inviting you to apply for a place in the second half of the Autumn Term just before Christmas when online applications open.
For each primary or infant school there is a planned admission limit, which for Ingram Road Primary School is 45. This means that the maximum number of pupils that can be admitted to the school in any year is 45. If the school becomes oversubscribed, priority for places is determined according to the following criteria, in the order shown:
The child lives in the catchments area and has siblings in the school.
The child lives in the catchments area.
The child lives outside the catchments area and has siblings in the school.
Any other children.
If you are planning to apply for a school place at Ingram Road Primary School, either for nursery or main school, including reception, you will need to complete the ' Ingram Road Admission form' below and bring it to the main school office with current valid ID for your child either:
An original birth certificate
Current Valid Passport
National Identity Card
Evidence of current home address (Rental Contract or utility bill)
If you would like help completing the form or need a printed version, please call into the main school office where we will be happy to assist.
School Admissions - Leeds City Council
High School Applications
Choosing the right High School for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make. If your child is in year 6 at primary school read the information below to guide you through the application process. Should you need any help or assistance please see Miss Jeffrey, our Family Support Worker.
Transferring Between Schools
If you are new to the area or have moved and require a primary school place, parents have to apply directly to the Local Authority.