Prospective parents or carers, Local Authorities and professionals are welcome to visit, view the provision and meet staff. If you would like to discuss the suitability of Prior’s Court for a prospective student or young adult you can speak with our Admissions and Family Support Manager who can advise according to your child’s specific needs. You can also arrange a visit on one of our open mornings.

Admissions downloads:
School admissions policy 5-19 Young adult admissions policy 19-25 Open morning dates 2017

Open Mornings

Open mornings enable parents and other visitors to tour the provision, view the facilities, meet with staff and enquire about available places and the admissions procedure. In order to minimise disruption to our young people we limit the numbers on each open morning and therefore ask that anyone wishing to visit book their place using the details below. We regret that we cannot accommodate children on these visits.

Contact details

If you would like to arrange a visit, please take a look at available dates from the download link above and contact Reception to book a place:

t: +44 (0)1635 247202
e: mail@priorscourt.org.uk.

For further information about the admissions process please contact the Admissions Team using the details below.

t: +44 (0)1635 245914
e: admissions@priorscourt.org.uk

Admissions procedure

With the support of the placement authority, a pre-placement assessment will be undertaken, following which Prior's Court’s admission panel will make a decision as to the suitability of the placement. If successful a carefully planned transition is undertaken with parents/carers fully involved.

Step by step guide

Please download our admissions policies from the top of this page for full details of our admissions criteria and procedures.

  1. Read through the information on our website to see if Prior's Court would be suitable for your child.
  2. Contact Prior's Court Admissions and Family Support Manager via the Admissions Team contact details above. They can answer any questions you may have about our provision.
  3. Contact your local authority to discuss your preference.
  4. Arrange a visit as described above.
  5. Admissions will then guide you through the rest of the process to establish whether or not Prior's Court is suitable for your child and advise of next steps.

If you do not have contact details for your local authority, please visit Directgov website

Oversubscription criteria

When capacity is reached there is no flexibility to accommodate any oversubscription. Local authorities and parents/carers are able to request that Prior's Court advise of any change to the availability of places.