Applications for Reception places for 2021-2022
Places in Reception for 2021-2022 can be applied for using the procedure outlined below. Documents and forms can also be found below.
Open mornings will take place for parents to visit the school on Tuesday 17th November, Wednesday 18th November and Thursday 19th November 2020.
Due to our COVID prevention measures, it will be strictly a maximum of 2 adults per family.
No children are permitted. Adults must wear a face covering.
The morning will consist of a talk by the Headteacher and parents will have the opportunity to see the Reception classroom or the class that they are applying for a place in. They must line up outside the school gate in Clareville Street and will be guided in at their appointment time. To make an appointment parents should contact the school office on 020 7373 4491 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book a time slot.
No-one will be allowed to enter without an appointment.
1. Apply to your home local authority (borough of residence) via the eAdmissions system by completing the Common Application Form (CAF). Residents of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea can find that here: https://www.rbkc.gov.uk/children-and-education/schools/join-school/admissions/starting-primary-school
We advise you to read the local authority application procedure fully before making your application.
2. Complete our school's Supplementary Information Form (SIF) and submit it to the school with the requested accompanying documents. This form can be downloaded from our website (see link below). For applications for Reception places for 2021-2022, the documents must reach school by 3:30 on Friday 15th January 2021.
3. Complete a Certificate of Catholic Practice (CPP) if you are applying under criteria A2, A3 or A4. This form can be downloaded from our website (see link below). Parents / Carers should complete the top part of the CCP form and take it to their parish priest (or the priest at the parish where they normally worship) for signature. It is the parent's responsibility to ensure that the CCP is submitted to the school with the application. The priest will only sign the form if he knows you and agrees that you are a practising Catholic family. If you have been a resident in this country for over 6 months the CCP should be signed by a priest in your UK parish.
Please find links to the relevant documents below.