Admissions Consultation

Between 24th November 2021 and 10th January 2022, Melbourne Primary School and Pocklington Junior School are undertaking a consultation on the admission arrangements for the 2023-24 academic year.  All academies are required to undertake this process every seven years. Neither school has sought to amend the original admissions policy. Details of the draft documents can be viewed below.

During this period, we are interested in the views of any residents, parents/carers or other interested parties, and would ask that views from those outside the immediate school community be expressed via email to the Trust Office at office@wlp.education.  Deadline for receiving emails will be 7th January 2022.

Following a period of consultation, the admission arrangements will be considered alongside any responses by the Trustees on 17th February 2022 to meet the government’s determination deadline of 28 February 2022.

If you have any further questions on the consultation, please respond to the email address included in this communication.


Melbourne Primary and Stamford Bridge Draft Admissions Policy 2023-2024

Pocklington Junior School Draft Admissions Policy 2023-2024


The Wolds Learning Partnership : Admission Arrangements for the 2022-23 School Year

The Trust Board of the Wolds Learning Partnership determined the Admission Arrangements for the 2022-2023 school year on 28 February 2021.

The Trust Board formally approved the following documents and approved the following admission numbers for the following schools:

Woldgate School and Sixth Form College: 208 places
Stamford Bridge Primary School : 45 places
Pocklington Junior School : 80 places
Melbourne Primary School : 24 places


Woldgate School Admissions Policy 2022-2023

Melbourne Primary and Stamford Bridge Admissions Policy 2022-2023

Pocklington Junior School Admissions Policy 2022-2023

Woldgate School Catchment Map

Melbourne Primary School Catchment Map

Pocklington Junior School Catchment Map

Stamford Bridge Primary School Catchment Map

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