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Darell Primary School

Darrell Primary School

Contact information:
Darell Primary School
Darell Road, Richmond TW9 4LQ
Telephone: 020 8876 6721
Email: info@darell.richmond.sch.uk
Website: www.darellprimary.org.uk

Head Teacher: Miss Laura Whately

 

 

 

AdmissionsMosaic at Darell Primary School

Nursery:

Children start in either September or January depending on available places.

Reception children start in September for a morning session (8.55-12.00) until Christmas.

In January, all children are full-time (8.55-3.15)

As soon as your child is 2 years old, you can make an informal registration at the school.  Registration forms are available from the school office or you may telephone the school.  This will ensure that you are included on the database for nursery applications.

School:

Complete a school registration form (available from the school office) to ensure that you are on the school’s database.

For new intake into Reception, a brochure will be sent to you in July giving you information about the admissions process. All eligible children in our nursery will also be sent a brochure for admission to the Primary School.

For all other admissions, these should be made on-line to the Local Authority. www.richmond.gov.uk/online_admissions

Alternatively, forms can be collected from the School Admissions Section at the Civic Centre in Twickenham (020 8891 7514).  One form can be completed for both nursery and school.

 


East Sheen Primary School

East Sheen Primary School

Contact information:

East Sheen Primary School
Upper Richmond Road West, Sheen,London SW14 8ED
Telephone: 020 8876 7484
Email: info@eastsheen.richmond.sch.uk
Website: www.eastsheen.richmond.sch.uk

Head Teacher: Mrs Helen Colbert

 

 

 

Admissions:East Sheen Primary School play area

Children are admitted to the school in the Autumn Term of the school year in which they have their 5th birthday.

All pupils currently attend only on mornings for this first term, although the school may be extending this provision in the future.

Children whose birthday falls between 1 April and 31 August may delay entry into school until January if their parents so wish.

The criteria for admissions are as follows:
1.    Siblings (children with a sister or brother attending school at their time of entry).
2.    Proximity to the school, measured by the shortest route (excluding footpaths but including railway bridges.)

Visits for prospective parents are held monthly on Tuesday mornings at 9.30am. The tour lasts approximately one hour, where you will be shown a DVD about the school, then taken around the school to see the staff and children in our stimulating school environment.

Appointments can be made by contacting the school office and everyone is welcome.


Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity Primary School

Contact information:

Holy Trinity Primary School
Carrington Road, Off Manor Road, Richmond TW10 5AA
Telephone: 8940 2730
Fax: 020 8940 7163
Website: www.holytrinityschool.org.uk

Head Teacher: Mrs. Penny Cox

 

 

 

Admissions:

Applications for admission should be made on the child’s third birthday on forms available from the Head Teacher, who will explain the admissions procedure.

Places will be offered on the closing date for all maintained schools in the Borough. It is the parents’ responsibility to inform the Head Teacher of any change in circumstance since the completion of the form.

A maximum of 60 children whose birthday falls during that school year can be accepted for admission to the reception class that year.

Applications will be considered by an Admissions Committee consisting of the Head Teacher and at least two Governors.

If there are more applications than places available, Children in Public Care (looked-after children) automatically take priority over all other children.  Preference will then be given to children in the following order of priority:

  1. Children with brothers or sisters at the school at the time of application. This includes half, step, or adopted family members, and those in the same household.
  2. Children whose parents are regular and committed members of churches and chapels of Christian denominations. The school will contact your Minister for confirmation, therefore please provide details of your Minister to the school.
  3. Children who attend Holy Trinity Nursery at the time of application.
  4. Children who live nearest the school, in order of proximity, according to the LA’s current way of measuring distance.

If there is a waiting list for admission, the same criteria will apply.

Older Children

Older Children and those who move into the area are able to join the school at any time, subject to places being available. Please apply to the Head teacher.

Pupils with Disabilities

The school does not currently have any specific units or facilities for pupils with special needs, and there are as yet no specific facilities for pupils with mobility difficulties. However the school is on a level site and all the facilities are on one floor. All classrooms can be entered without steps. The school will ensure that pupils with disabilities have access to the same opportunities as other pupils.

 


Sheen Mount Primary School

Sheen Mount Primary School

Contact information:
Sheen Mount Primary School
West Temple Sheen, London SW14 7RT
Telephone: 020 8940 7163
Email: info@sheenmount.richmond.sch.uk
Website: www.sheenmount.richmond.sch.uk

Head Teacher: Mr. I Hutchings

 

 

 

Admissions:

http://www.sheenmount.richmond.sch.uk/policies


St Mary Magdalen’s Catholic Primary School

 

St Mary Magdelen's Catholic Primary School Sign

Contact information:
St Mary Magdalen’s Catholic Primary School
Worple Street, Mortlake SW14 8ED
Telephone: 020 8876 6679
Email: info@st-marymagdalens.richmond.sch.uk
Website: http://www.st-marymagdalens.richmond.sch.uk

Head Teacher: Mrs. Helen Frostick

 

 

 

 

 

Admissions:

St Mary Magdalen's Catholic Primary School entranceSt Mary Magdalen’s Catholic Primary School is a Voluntary Aided School in the Diocese of Southwark.

It is in the trusteeship of the Diocese.

The school is conducted by its governing body as part of the Catholic Church in accordance with its Trust Deed and Instrument of Government, and seeks at all times to be a witness to Jesus Christ.

The school exists primarily to serve the Catholic community. However, the Governors also welcome applications from parents of children of other denominations and faiths who support the religious ethos of the school, and subject to the availability of places, from other families.  The Governors will require proof of baptism and evidence of practice from the relevant Parish Priest or equivalent

Responsibility for admissions to the school rests with the Governors.

Following consultation with the Local Education Authority and the Diocese the Governors intend to admit the standard number of thirty pupils into the Reception Class and to do so without reference to physical or academic ability or aptitude.

 


 

 

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