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Admission Arrangements 2016/2017


Please read the information given below which gives details of our admission arrangements for the school.

Children born between 1 September 2012 and 31 August 2013 will start reception class in September 2017.

 

Before completing an application please ensure you have read our Guide to Primary Schools 2017/18. You can apply for a primary school place for September 2017 on the eAdmissions website. The closing date is Sunday 15 January 2017. Only residents in Harrow can apply for a primary school place on this website. If you are not a resident in Harrow please contact your local authority. If you live in Harrow and wish to see which schools are closest to your home address please see our school distance calculator.

 

The closing date for this application is Sunday 15 January 2017.

 

School Admissions
Civic 1
Civic Centre
Harrow
HA1 2XY
020 8901 2620
020 8427 2418
education@harrow.gov.uk

 

Key dates
Please view the table below for key dates for primary school applications: 

 

 

1 September 2016

The online application opens.

Submit an application

1 September 2016 -15 January 2017

Parents applying for a voluntary aided school must complete and return a supplementary information form direct to the school by 15 January 2017.

Supplementary forms are available from the school or the faith school admissions page .

15 January 2017

Closing date for primary school application.

18 April 2017

Emails sent to parents with the outcome of their application.

Please wait until you have received the email before logging on to the e-Admissions website.

In some cases, letters will be sent through the post.

2 May 2017

Deadline for accepting or declining your offer.

17 May 2017

Closing date for receipt of appeal.

Please find some useful information below:

 

Timetable of applications to Reception

 

The eAdmissions website will reopen on 1st September 2016, applications can then be made for children starting school in September 2017.

 

Oversubscription Criteria

 

a) A 'looked after child' or a child who was previously looked after but immediately after being looked after became subject to an adoption, residence, or special guardianship order.

 

b) Children attending the linked infant school. (Not relevant to West Lodge)

 

c)  Children for whom it is essential to be admitted to a specific school because of special circumstances to do with significant medical needs and or social needs.

 

d) Medical reasons relevant to parent(s)

 

e) Sibling link (i.e. brothers/sisters living at the same address)

 

f) Distance

 

Pupil Admissions Number

The School's Pupil Admissions Number (PAN) is 90.

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