For 'in year' admissions, please contact Norfolk County Council School Admissions for details.


The school serves pupils who live in the parish of Tilney All Saints and the surrounding areas. The admission arrangements are made regardless of ability, gender or race

The Annual intake limit for Reception and all KS1 classes is currently 30 pupils.


The criteria for admission is as follows:

  • Children with Statements which name the school.
  • Looked After children as designated by the LEA
  • Geographical location: Tilney All Saints.
  • Children who already have siblings in the school, at the time of their admission.
  • Children of regular worshiping members of the Church of England
  • Children of regular worshiping members of a Non Anglican christian Church.
  • Children whose parents, if not worshiping members of a Christian Church nevertheless, wish their child to attend a Church of England School because of it's specifically religious emphasis.
  • If all children within any of the above rules cannot be offered a place, the highest priority will be given to children living nearest the school, on a straight line 'crow flies' basis.


The school will admit Reception children on a full time basis from the first day of the Autumn Term, in the academic year in which they are 5 years old.

If your child has any special needs that will require extra support or equipment please contact the Head Teacher to discuss needs on an individual basis.

It is important to register your child for a place as soon as possible by contacting Norfolk County  Council, as the planned annual intake limit  (PAN) for admissions to Reception class  is 15 pupils .  Please note that the parents of any child may appeal to the Admissions Authority against a decision to refuse admission to the school. 

Please click on the link below to access Norfolk County Council's admissions page: 



Safeguarding our children

The law requires Headteachers to report any obvious or suspected child abuse. This includes non accidental injury, physical neglect, emotional and or sexual abuse. Headteachers and staff are charged with the duty of reporting whatever their views of the likelihood of abuse.  This procedure is intended to protect our children, and school takes the attitude that when there are any suspicions, it is better to be safe than sorry.  At times, this does mean that Headteachers risk upsetting some parents by reporting a case that after investigation was proved to be unfounded, but it is hoped that parents will understand how difficult it is for Headteachers to carry out this delicate task, and that they act only in the best interests of the children in their care.