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Reception and Year 7 intakes in September 2020

The national offer date for Year 7 places is Monday 2 March 2020 and for Reception places is Thursday 16 April 2020. Parents who completed the local authorities Common Application/Preference Form will be advised by the local authorities of the school allocated to their child on this date via either e-mail or letter.

Places were filled in line with the oversubscription criteria outlined in our Admissions and Appeals Policy (available in the Downloads section below).  Please note that this Policy relates only to the admission year stated on the document and is subject to change in future years.

More information about the secondary school application process is available here:

More information about the primary school application process will be available here in November:

Parents who are interested in being added to the waiting list for a place should complete and return the local authorities Waiting List form at the website address to join the waiting list.

Further information about the academy can be found on our website or by contacting us via:

e-mail: telephone: 0113 468 5100

In-Year applications

The academy opened in September 2017 with a single Reception class.  The primary phase now has Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 and the secondary phase has Year 7 and Year 8. 

To apply for a place in any of those year groups, you will need to complete an In-Year Common Preference Form.  This form can be found in the Downloads section (below).  More information about the process, can be obtained from the following webpage: or you can contact Leeds local authority via


Telephone: 0113 222 4414

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