Deciding which is the right school to apply to for your child’s education is very important. We are a growing school right in the centre of Jennett’s Park housing development.
As a Voluntary Aided school, all admissions into our nursery classes are made by the governing body against clear admissions criteria, which is available in our Nursery Admissions Policy.
For admissions into our Reception classes and all other year groups within the school, we work closely with Bracknell Forest Council who manage the process of application in line with our School Admissions Policy.
The admissions arrangements for the academic year 2019/2020 have now been agreed by the governing body and can be found in the Admissions Policy 2019-20 .
Unfortunately, attendance, or sibling attendance in school, does not guarantee a place in the nursery or main school.
For 2019/20 we have 52 nursery places (26 morning and 26 afternoon sessions).
We arrange regular tours of our Nursery with our Early Years Leader Miss Allen. Please contact the school office to book your place or to receive an application form.
Our Nursery is very popular and is over-subscribed with a waiting list in place that is updated regularly. Whilst we try to meet parental preferences regarding morning or afternoon sessions, we cannot guarantee these. Where there is over-subscription, we give priority according to our published criteria in our Nursery Admissions Policy.
Applications received after the closing date will be considered as late applications and discussed at the next timetabled Governors Admissions Committee, which usually take place in September, January, May and June.
Please note that there is no established appeals process for the Nursery class, and numbers are strictly limited due to Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Welfare Requirements.
For 2019/20 we have places for: 60 children in Reception, Year 1, Year 2, Year 3, Year 4 and Year 5 and Year 6. Tours with the Head teacher or Leadership team are available and places can be booked via the school office.
How to apply
We work with Bracknell Forest Council (BFC) as part of the Co-ordinated Admissions Scheme. This means that it manages and administers the admissions process.
If you wish to apply for a Reception place in our school, then please Click Here
Should you need to contact School Admissions, their details are:
School Admissions Team
Tel: 01344 354023
Fax: 01344 353258
The closing date for 2019/20 Reception applications was 15th January 2019
Please read our admissions policies very carefully and ensure you understand the oversubscription criteria. Please also make sure you meet all published closing dates; failure to do so will mean your application will be considered after all other ‘on time’ applications. The designated area for admission to Jennett’s Park can be viewed here.
There is an established appeals process if you are refused a place in the main Primary school (all classes except Nursery). The Diocese manage our appeals and you should contact the school directly for an Appeals Pack. Unfortunately the School is not able to discuss any appeal with you or advise you in any way.
INFANT, PRIMARY & COMBINED SCHOOLS
|Primary National Offer Day applications (those received on time)||Tuesday 16 April|
|Deadline for first round infant/primary/combined appeals (must give applicant 20 school days from date of refusal to prepare and lodge their appeal)||Tuesday 21 May|
Appeals will be heard
(Must be heard within 40 school days of the deadline to lodge appeal)
|Between Tuesday 18 June and Wednesday 24 July|
|LATER APPLICATIONS WILL BE HEARD AS FOLLOWS:||Applicants must be given 20 school days to return and lodge their appeal. Within 40 of that date, their appeal will be heard.|
|Applications for in-year admissions, parents must be given 20 school days from the date of refusal to prepare and lodge their appeal. The appeal must be heard within 30 school days of the appeal being lodged.|
Please note that some schools may have specific dates reserved for appeals. This should be displayed on their website. Local Authorities will have second, third and even fourth admission rounds, all will be treated as late applications, however appeals will be heard within the required timeframe.
 An application is an ‘in-year’application if it is for the admission of a child to a relevant age group and it is submitted on or after the first day of the first school term of the admission year, or it is for the admission of a child to an age group other than a relevant age group.
We are not allowed to reserve places for families who are intending to move into Jennett’s Park in the foreseeable future.