Schools get busy in the autumn term with families coming to have a look around, often at open days, and see whether the school could be the right one for their child.
All main round applications are notified on 15th April and the late applications notified after this date once spare places are known. It’s always worth a chat with us about a late application or you can look at the Hampshire web pages for admissions by clicking here.
Rather than hold open days where we find it difficult to chat to you about your child and whether our school would suit you and your family, we offer individual appointments. Book a time with our school office to meet Mrs Jefferies, at a time to suit you, during which we can talk about your child and your child alone.
It’s this individual approach that we think best fits our ethos and is what parents prefer. Don’t worry if you’re a late applicant or want to get ahead of the game for September 2019.
Please contact the school office on 01164 810550 or the Headteacher by email: firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.
Of course, if these are inconvenient for you or you wish to discuss your child in more detail that open mornings allow, we can meet you individually, especially when families have moved into the area, just been posted or missed the date for signing up for a place.
In order to be part of the main round of admissions for September 2019 (ie. your child was born between 1 September 2014 and 31 August 2015), families were required to enter their school place application by 14th January 2019. Decisions for all families who applied by this date will be sent directly to their application form address on 15 April 2019.
If, for whatever reason, you missed this first deadline date, you will need to make a late application. Details of how to do this for us, a Hampshire school, can be found at the late application pages on the Hampshire website by clicking here. Alternatively, you can download the late application form here as a PDF, complete it and return to any Hampshire County Council school.