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Surrey County Council is the admission authority for this school.


To find up to date information about the school’s admission arrangements

and details on how to apply, either as part of the normal intake or during

the school year, please visit the Surrey County Council website.


For admissions for 2 and 3 year olds please visit our Preschool and nursery admissions section.


Admission criteria for Community and Voluntary controlled schools - September 2020


1.  Looked after and previously looked after children

2.  Exceptional social/medical need

3.  Siblings

4.  Children for whom the school is the nearest to their home address

5.  Home Address

6. Tie Breaker and the admission of twins, triplets, other multiple births or siblings born in the same academic year


Where there are more applicants than places available, waiting lists will operate for each year group according to the over subscription criteria for each school without regard to the date the application was received or when a child’s name was added to the waiting list.


Waiting lists for the initial intake to each Community and Voluntary Controlled school will be maintained until the last day of the Autumn term when they will be cancelled.  Parents wishing to remain on the waiting list after this date must write to Surrey County Council by 31 December 2021/22, stating their wish and providing their child’s name, date of birth and the name of their child’s current school.  After 31 December 2021/22, parents whose children are not already on the waiting list but who wish them to be so must apply for in-year admission through Surrey County Council.  Waiting lists for all year groups will be cancelled at the end of each academic year.


Download the full policy or follow the link to the Admission arrangements & outcomes 2019/20

Getting ready for school


No matter how young your child is, it's never too early to think about what will happen when they start primary or infant school.

Surrey County Council have made available a Getting ready for school booklet. Further details are available from the Surrey County Council website


Home Start also provide a range of activity sheets on their 'Big Hopes Big Future' website. Activity sheets include starting morning routines, keeping clean, getting ready to learn and mealtime routines.

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