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Kingfisher Hall Primary Academy: impact assessment - Section 9, Academies Act duty

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Wave 2 IA Kingfisher Hall Primary - redacted 1 Title: Kingfisher Hall Primary Academy Author: Department for Education (DfE) Impact Assessment – Section 9 Academies Act Duty 1. Section 9 of the Academies Act 2010 places a duty upon the Secretary of State to take into account what the impact of establishing the additional school would be likely to be on maintained schools, Academies, institutions within the further education sector and alternative provision in the area in which the additional school is (or is proposed to be) situated. Background 2. Kingfisher Hall Primary Academy will be a 3 – 11, non-faith primary school. It plans to open in 2012 with an intake of between 30 and 60 places in reception, with a subsequent intake of 60 places per year. There will also be a nursery class of 15 FTE places in 2012, with a subsequent intake of 30 FTE places per year. The school aims to reach full capacity in 2020 and will have 420 places (plus 30FTE in nursery). The school will be open on the site adjacent to the Enfield Centre which is owned by the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL) - 73 Hertford Road, Enfield, Middlesex EN3 5HA. 3. The proposers are an existing Academy Trust - Cuckoo Hall Academies Trust (CHAT) - which runs a successful primary Academy twice rated outstanding by Ofsted and the newly opened Woodpecker Hall Primary Academy, which opened in September 2011. Catchment Area, its Characteristics and Admissions 4. The school’s admissions arrangements are compliant with the new Admissions Code. Pupils will be admitted at reception and nursery age without reference to ability, aptitude or social background. Should the school be over-subscribed, after admitting all children with a statement of SEN which names Kingfisher Hall Primary Academy, priority will be given in the following order: (a) Looked after children (as defined by Section 22 of the Children Act 1989) and children who were looked after, but ceased to

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