Admissions Policy and Process
We have 30 places available in Reception. Please do come along to meet us if you are interested in a place – you can contact us through the school office to arrange a guided visit.
Admissions Policy & Process for 2018:
The London Borough of Bromley processes admissions for this academy and can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org and 0208 313 4044 (Mon - Fri 12 noon - 3pm).
Information about the admissions process can be found in the download section below.
The deadline for Reception 2018 applications is midnight Monday 15th January 2018.
Information about applying for a Reception 2018 place and places in all other year groups can be found at www.bromley.gov.uk/info/13/primary_school_admissions/72/making_an_application_for_primary_school
Bromley uses eadmissions.org.uk for Bromley residents making application for Reception places, rather than paper applications. Questions about electronic application can be answered by the Bromley Admissions Team.
Parents/carers who live outside of Bromley, but want to select a Bromley school are able to do so by contacting their Council's School Admissions Team.
Once applications have been processed, the next important date is National Offer Day: 16th April 2018. Bromley residents, accepted as on time, will be mailed an offer of a single school place. Email notification of offer will be sent to online applicants from 5.30pm on 16th April 2018.
Our criteria for admissions:
- Children with an Education, Health and Care Plan that names the academy.
- Children looked after, or previously looked after, by a Local Authority (CLA).
- Medical or social need (with supporting documentation)
- Siblings - an older sibling who will still be attending the school in September 2018.
- Proximity - a straight line measured between home and school
Further details are included in the Guides in the download section - please check carefully.
If we are oversubscribed, children with an Education, Health and Care plan that names the academy will be given places first, followed by looked after and previously looked after children.
After this we prioritise children who have a medical or social need to attend the school (and can support that with a letter from a doctor, social worker or other independent professional) and then those who have older brothers and sisters already at the academy and who will still be there when they join in September, and finally those who live closest.