Admissions into Nursery
We have a full-time nursery, offering 60 places with the option of either full time or part time mornings.
We are open term time only from 9am until 3.15pm, 5 days a week. We can also be contacted at email@example.com.
If you are eligible for the Government’s 30 hours free childcare scheme, then your place will be free of charge.
You can check if you are eligible here: www.childcaresupport.tax.service.gov.uk.
When making an application for nursery, parents are advised to submit their children’s names as soon as possible after the child’s second birthday. Your child’s name will then be put on to our waiting list. However, please remember that having a child’s name on the waiting list does not guarantee a place.
Applications for admission to our Nursery are made directly to the school. To apply for a nursery place, please come into the school to complete an application form. Please also bring along your child’s birth certificate, proof of address i.e. child benefit letter or Council Tax letter and, if eligible, your 30 hours eligibility code.
Admissions into Reception
All applications for children starting school in Reception are to be made via www.eadmissions.org.uk.
Further information about applying for Reception places can be found in the publication “Starting Primary School in Southwark 2020/21" which can also be downloaded from the Southwark Council Website.
Please note, children who already attend our nursery are not guaranteed a place in Reception. A separate application must be made via e-admissions.
- School outcomes for Reception places are sent by email during the evening of 16th April 2020.
In year admissions
If you are thinking about moving your child to another school during the academic year, you should first raise the matter with his/her Headteacher.
Please note, if your child is currently in Year 6 we discourage any disruption to the child’s education unless there exceptional circumstances (e.g. a change of address)
Transferring your child from one Southwark school to another Southwark school
If your child is currently attending a Southwark school and you plan to apply for a place at another Southwark school, you must complete the Southwark in-year application form.
You can also request a paper copy of the in-year application form from the school directly.
You must then return the completed in year application form directly to the school you are applying to.
Making a new in-year application to a Southwark school
If your child is currently not attending a Southwark school and you would like to apply for an in-year place at a Southwark school, you must complete the Southwark in-year application form.
You must then return the completed in-year application form by post to:
School admissions team (4th floor)
Hub 2, Children’s and Adults Services
PO Box 64529
London, SE1P 5LX
Or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Admission Criteria for Southwark Primary Schools
(for all years excluding nursery)
In the event of there being more applications than places available, places will be allocated in the following order of priority:
- Children in public care (Looked After Children) and children who were looked after but ceased to be so because they were adopted (or became subject to a residence order or special guardianship order
- Children with siblings who are already on roll at the school and will still be on roll at their date of entry
- Children with exceptional medical, social or psychological needs, where it is agreed by the Local Authority and the Head teacher that these can best be addressed at a particular school
- Children living nearest to the school as measured by a straight line from the child’s
home to the main school gate.
For the purposes of measurements, these will be measured by a straight line from the child’s home to the main entrance as agreed with the Head teacher using a computerised mapping system (free map tools UK distance between full UK postcodes) which are measured in kilometres and as the crow flies. The Headteacher will allocate places according to the above criteria. Accessibility by car or public transport will be disregarded.