Parents have a legal right to express a preference for which school they want their child to attend.This is not the same as being able to choose, but means that if a parent expresses a preference for a particular school and there are places available, then a place should be offered at that school.
However, in law there is no automatic right to place a child in any particular school and it may not always be possible to offer a place at a preferred school. When applying for a school place you must apply through the council covering the area in which you live, which may not be the same as where the school is.
Applying for a place at Wirksworth Junior School
The closing date for admissions to Wirksworth Junior School was in January 2017.
If you have missed this, you can still make an application using the in-year application facility on the Derbyshire County Council website, or you can request a form by calling 01629 537479, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or applying through the Call Centre on 08456 058058.
For admissions to Wirksworth Junior School during the year, please use the contact points above, or you can collect the necessary forms from the school office.