Graham School @grahamschoolWe have received some useful information and support for current Year 11 Students from Sidewalk. Please take time to read through the information. https://t.co/nuYpcwvq6s6 hours ago
Graham School @grahamschoolWe've had some fantastic activities taking place in school this week, here's just a few. Well done to all of our students involved. #StaySafe 🌈 https://t.co/re9OBtmRtB10 hours ago
Graham School @grahamschoolPlease remind your children to keep safe on line especially at this time when most communication is on the internet or social media. Images and messages sent are the responsibility of the sender. If you have any concerns please inform school or the police. 2/210 hours ago
Graham School @grahamschoolTake a look at this useful guidance from the NSPCC on staying safe online: https://t.co/vkHAq5HeTB 1/210 hours ago
Graham School @grahamschool2nd April - Maths Problem of the Day. https://t.co/JaotSO4PM010 hours ago
Graham School @grahamschoolThank you to everyone who sent answers to the puzzle. Well done to those of you who got it correct. https://t.co/znZsQhpvlq10 hours ago
Graham School @grahamschoolMaths Problem of the Day - Today we are mixing it up a little. Today's problem is more of a puzzle. Who can crack the code? https://t.co/U3mF10cyjd1 day ago
Graham School @grahamschoolPlease take time to read and discuss with your children. A really useful document produced by the Children's Commissioner about the Corona Virus. 🌈 https://t.co/6DR53TLv392 days ago
Graham School @grahamschoolMaths Problem of the Day https://t.co/e8WeRw435w2 days ago

GRAHAM SCHOOL IS PART OF

Admissions

Admissions

NYCC Admission Arrangements

Primary School Students

The Local Authority will contact families of Year 5 children in June and provide you with information on how to apply for a secondary school place. In March of Year 6 you will be offered a place at a secondary school. At this point, Graham School will contact all families who have been offered a place with them for the following September.

Graham School usually feeds from a set catchment area that, as a general guide, includes children who live in areas served by the following schools:

  • East Ayton
  • Friarage
  • Gladstone Road
  • Hinderwell
  • St Martin’s
  • Wheatcroft

And parts of the catchment areas of:

  • Barrowcliff
  • Newby & Scalby
  • Northstead

Currently, as primary school numbers in these areas are relatively low, Graham School also has places available for children who live outside of the normal catchment area. Graham School currently also has students who transferred from the following primary schools:

  • Bempton
  • Braeburn
  • Filey Juniors
  • Hackness
  • Hertford Vale
  • Lindhead
  • Overdale
  • Seamer & Irton
  • Sherburn
  • St George’s
  • St Peter’s
  • Wykeham

Moving into the Area, or In-Year Transfers

Apply for an In-Year Place

The Local Authority deals with in-year admissions on our behalf and you should contact the Area Education Office in the first instance. Once we receive notification from the Local Authority that your child has been offered a place at Graham School one of our Assistant Headteachers will contact you and invite you to a pre-admission meeting.

At the pre-admission meeting you will tour the school, meet your child’s prospective Head of Year and be given information about our policies and procedures. Following the meeting we will feed back to the Local Authority who will then confirm the offered place, assuming there are no issues raised by either the school or the parents.

Once an admittance date has been agreed and you have completed our admission pack and purchased school uniform your child will be able to begin attending Graham School. Their first day at school will usually be a Monday.

Admission for students with SEND

Please see our SEND page for more information..

Twitter

We have received some useful information and support for current Year 11 Students from Sidewalk. Please take time to read through the information. pic.twitter.com/nuYp…