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Endike Academy

Endike Primary Academy is situated in the North of Hull and takes children from Foundation Stage through to the age of 11.


All parents have to apply for a primary school place using either the online application form or a paper form which can be obtained from local authority nurseries, private nurseries, children’s centres, Hull libraries or by calling 01482 300 300.

If you live in Hull, you must use the Hull City Council online application system, or the paper form.
There are 60 places in each year group for pupils joining our academy excluding nursery.

Applications for pupils having statements of special educational needs will be dealt with in accordance with the Code of Practice on Special Educational Needs. Where a school is named in a child’s EHCP following consultation with the Head and Governors, the governing body are required to admit the pupil.

After the allocation of pupils with an EHCP, where the number of applications is greater than the remaining places, the following criteria will be applied in the order set out below:

  • Children in public care at the time when preferences are expressed and who are still in public care at the time of their admission to school, and those who have been previously looked after, (see note ix below),
  • Significant medical factors or exceptional family circumstances. (See note (i) below)
  • Being resident in the catchment area of the school (see note (ii) below.)
  • Having a brother or sister who will be attending the school at the expected time of admission (see note (iii) below)
  • Geographical, with priority given to those living nearest to the school

In-year admissions

Applications should be made via Hull City Council. Endike Academy will accept admissions up to the Published Admission Number of the respective year group at the point of entry. In the event that this would cause an infant class to be unlawfully large or would cause prejudice to the provision of efficient education or the efficient use of resources it may be necessary to refuse a place although the year group has not reached the school's published admission number. If there are more applications than places then the oversubscription criteria will be used to decide who should be offered the place. If it is necessary to refuse a place then you will be informed of your right of appeal. Parents can apply online at,184404&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL


If you have not been offered a place for your child at one of your preferred schools, you can make a formal appeal. Please click here to be transferred to the admission appeals page.

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