Normally, we would be warmly welcoming prospective parents onto our school site. However, due to Covid-19 and the various restrictions that this has imposed, we have created a virtual tour instead. If you are thinking of applying for a place at Little Hill for your child, then please do watch this video. After this, if you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
All admissions to Little Hill Primary School are handled by Leicestershire County Council. Further information please refer to our admissions policies and catchment area map below. Details including how to apply online can be found or for a downloadable application form please visit their website.
All applications for a September place must be made online by the January deadline.
All pupils are admitted to the school in the Autumn Term. Children have a short phased entry to school, which supports all children in settling happily and quickly into school life in accordance with Leicestershire guidance.
Parents considering sending a child to this school are invited to phone or call in to make an appointment to visit the school. The criteria applied in deciding which children will be admitted are those laid down by the Local Authority.
Once you have secured a place for your child, you will be invited to an induction evening at school in the summer term before your child starts: this is an opportunity for us to inform you of the workings of the Foundation Stage class and for parents to talk with teachers. The children make their first visit to the school during the half-term before their admission and attend full time by the third full week of the autumn term. Children may also be admitted at any age across the primary range and this may occur when a new family moves into the catchment area or when parents who live out of catchment express a preference for this school, provided that spare places are available.
Changes to school admission appeals due to Coronavirus. Due to current restrictions on gatherings of more than 2 people, changes are due to come into force on 24 April 2020 which will mean appeals will not be held in person and instead will take place by phone or video conferencing.