Year 3 Entry for September 2016

Admissions Criteria 2017 - 2018

Supplementary Form 2017 - 2018

Parents need to complete the Infant to Junior Transfer application for Croydon residence only. The form should be completed online at and our school's supplementary form to make it a valid application.

If you wish to use a paper version of the form please contact Croydon council on 020 8726 6400.
For more information on how to apply please click the following link: Applying for a school place 

Please note : Transfer from Infant to Junior School is NOT automatic.
Supplementary Information Forms must be completed.

The Supplementary Information Form (SIF)
Only complete supplementary information forms together with full supporting documentation will be accepted by the School Office your child's Baptism certificate and a recent utility bill/proof of address (dated within the last 3 months) must be submitted with your supplementary information form. For administrative purposes, please also submit a copy of your child's Full Birth Certificate (this is the Birth Certificate which includes parent's full names). Although the School Office staff receive the Supplementary Information Forms, they are processed by the Admissions Committee of the Governing Body. Should they require further information, they will contact you.

The Croydon Council Infant to Junior Transfer Form
The Croydon Council form should be completed by Croydon residents only. If a child lives in another borough, parents/carers should contact their own borough for their application form and list our school as a preference on that application form.

Completed Council Forms must be received by the Croydon Council School Admissions Team no later than
Thursday 15th January 2016.

School Offer Information
•  Our School Offer date is Thursday 14th April 2016. This means letters will be posted on this date.
•  Parents must respond to the offer by Thursday 28th April 2015.

Late Applications
Supplementary Information Forms received after 4pm on 15th January 2016 will be considered as Late Applications.
•  Late applications will be considered after 28th April 2016.


In year admissions - Academic year 2015- 2016

Admissions Criteria 2015 - 2016

Supplementary Form 2015 - 2016



The Appeals Code 2012 requires all admission authorities to set out a timetable for appeals and to publish this on the school's website by 28th February in each school year. The following table sets out the timelines within which appeals must be heard.

For applications made in the normal admissions round, appeals must be heard within 40 school days of the deadline for lodging appeals.

For in-year and late applications, appeals must be heard within 30 school days of the appeal being lodged.























Admission Appeal Timetable

Date by which an appeal must be submitted
At least 20 school days from the date of notification to parent of the refusal of a place
Notice of the date of the appeal hearing
At least 10 school days before the hearing

Evidence and papers for the hearing
Date by which evidence must be submitted by appellants.
Date by which evidence must be submitted by the admission authority.
Date by which t he Clerk sends appeal papers to the parents, the panel and the admission authority.

At least 10 school days before the appeal hearing.

Additional evidence from the appellants
Sometimes appellants wish to provide additional information after seeing all the papers

At least 5 school days before the appeal hearing

Decision letters sent to the Appellants. (The letter that informs the appellant if their appeal has been upheld or refused.)

Within 5 school days of the appeal hearing (whenever possible)

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