School Admissions

Our School Admissions are co-ordinated through Gloucestershire County Council.  Please see for further information.
Oversubscription Criteria and Admission Policy
Where applications for admission exceed the number of places available, the following criteria will be applied, in the order set out below, to decide which children to admit: 
  1. Children in Public Care (Looked After Children).
  2. Children who will have siblings attending the school at the time the applicant child is admitted.
  3. Children with the strongest geographical claim, measured in a straight line from the ordnance survey address point of the child’s home address (including flats) to the ordnance survey address point of the school, using the Local Authority’s computerised measuring system, with those living closer to the school receiving the higher priority.
Where points 1 and 2 are oversubscribed, criterion 3 (strongest geographical claim based on straight line distance) will be used to determine which child is offered a place.
In the event of a tie between two or more children when applying criterion 3 (strongest geographical claim based on straight line distance) where there are not enough places available to offer all children a place at the school, a process of random allocation will be followed by the Local Authority. This is a manual process which is overseen by an independent person from the Legal Services & Monitoring Team. 
In Year Application
Should you wish for your child to change school the 'Gloucestershire In Year Common Application Form' must be completed and submitted with the relevant documentation to the school at the following address:
School Admissions Littledean C of E Primary School Church Street Littledean Glos GL14 3NL.
The Gloucestershire In Year Common Application Form and useful information can be found at the following site: School admissions - Gloucestershire County Council or by telephone 01452 426612

We welcome and encourage potential parents and pupils to visit the school and meet with the staff. Please contact us by telephone 01594 822171 or email to make an appointment.