Wednesday 14th November 2018 (9.15am for a 9.30am start)
Wednesday 21st November 2018 (9.15am for a 9.30am start)
At the Open Morning, prospective parents will get to hear from our Headteacher, Mr Charles Beckerson, about school life at St Bartholomew’s School including the admissions process, followed by a guided tour by some of ourYear 6 children.
As a Voluntary Aided Church of England School, we are our own admissions authority. Below are the current admissions policies in place at our school. To select the policy that applies to your child choose the one that covers the academic year in which they will join the school.
To apply for a place at St Bartholomew’s you will need to complete the Centrally Managed Application Form (CMA). If you wish to apply on grounds of regular worship - paragraph 4 of our policy for year R, you will also need to download and complete our Supplementary Information Form (SIF) (see below) as well as your local authority admission form. Members of staff applying criterion number 5 should use the appropriate SIF form below. You will also need to ask the Rector to confirm your regular worship at church.
Details on how you can find out about our admissions arrangements through the local authority can be found here.
The current school prospectus is available from the school office or you can find a copy on our school website under Prospectus.
For further information and guidance about admissions please contact our Admissions Secretary, Mrs Essen, any Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday on 01428 643634.
In - year admissions
If you are looking for a place at St Bartholomew’s outside the annual admissions round you will need to apply through Surrey County Council. Full details of the in year process and the necessary forms can be found here.
Please speak to our Admissions Secretary, Mrs Essen, any Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday on 01428 643634 to discuss the current availability of places in the year group that you are interested in your child joining .
Admissions Policy Consultation - Proposed Policy for 2020/21 entry
Please find below our proposed policy 2020/21 and supplementary forms for consultation.