Information for New Reception Parents & Carers - September 2022 Admission
Reception 2022 - If your child is born between 1st September 2017 and 31st August 2018 they are due to start Reception class in September 2022.
Choosing a school is one of the most important decisions you will ever make and you will naturally wish to find out as much information as possible. Our 2 Heads of Schools shows parents of prospective Reception children around our schools during our tours because we want to you to get a flavour not only of our wonderful Early Years and Key Stage 1, but a sense of our vision for our children across the federation and all that this has to offer.
Reception tours - including a tour of the two federation schools
Please book a tour via our Google Form for one of our tours.
These are on:
- Thursday 14.10.21 @ 9.30 am
- Thursday 11.11.21 @9.30 am
- Thursday 18.11.21 @ 2pm
If you decide you would like to apply for a place at our school, you should to apply through the Admissions Department of the Local Education Authority. Places are allocated in accordance with the LEA admission criteria. We do not handle our own admissions or have any influence over who is, or is not, offered a place.
The Planned Admission Number for our school is 120. This means that we can admit up to 120 pupils into each year group.
Current number of pupils on roll: 358
Parents can apply for a place in one of our Reception classes from the September after their child is three years old, ready for admission in the September when they are already four years old. The normal deadline for the application for Reception Year is January of the year they are due to start. Full details can be found on the Barnet Primary Schools Admissions Guide.
- Children who are ’looked after’ and children who were adopted (or subject to residence orders or special guardianship orders) immediately following having been ‘looked after’.
- Other children whom the Director of Children’s Service accepts have an exceptional medical, social or other need that the school is particularly able to meet.
- Children who, at the time of admission, have a sibling (brother or sister) living at the same address who already attends the school, or the linked school in the case of separate infant and junior schools (Moss Hall Junior School).
- Children living within the school’s defined area, with priority given to those who live closest to the school when measuring distance in a straight line. A copy of a map with the catchment area can be found on the school information page.
- Children living outside the individual school’s defined area, with priority given to those who live closest to the school when measuring distance in a straight line. To find your distance from the school, follow the link below and then enter your postcode in 'Location' and click on 'Find schools'. Your local schools and your distance from them will be listed.
In Year Admissions
Children are also admitted at other times during the year, depending on the availability of places and according to the London Borough of Barnet’s admissions policy. (See the publication “A Guide to Primary Education in Barnet” or the Barnet website for full details).