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Admissions

An Introduction to Awbridge Primary School

 

Before deciding to register your child we strongly recommend that you come and visit the school for yourself.

 

If your child is due to start school, you will probably see notices around local shops, Pre-Schools and the library telling you to contact your catchment area school. Hampshire Local Education Authority forms may be collected from the school office if you live within our catchment area. Applications can also be made on-line at www.hants.gov.uk/admissions.

 

If you are moving into our area, please contact the office or the county admissions team. They will then let you know whether places are available or whether you need to join our waiting list.

County Admissions Team
Children’s Services Department
The Castle
Winchester
Hampshire
SO23 8UG

Tel:  0845 603 5623

 

Induction for children with Special Educational Needs

 

If your child has an identified Special Educational need, please come and speak to us at the earliest opportunity. We can design an induction programme to meet your child’s specific needs.

 

Our Appeals Timetable YR starters Sept 2021 is as follows:

Due to the Covid pandemic, all appeals will be held based upon written submission. This is in line with the DfE’s School Admissions (England) (Coronavirus) (Appeals Arrangements) (Amendment) Regulations 2020.

National notification date for on-time applicants                                  Friday 16 April 2021

Notification date for late applicants                                                         Monday 26 April 2021

(Whose applications received after

15 January and before 16 April 2021)

Deadline date for parents wishing to lodge                                           Monday 17 May 2021

an appeal (returning completed appeal papers

to County Council

Deadline date for parents wishing to lodge an appeal                From 7 June to 16 July

(returning completed appeal papers to the County Council)

 

Please note

(i) Appeals lodged after 17 May 2021 will be heard during the above dates if possible, or within 42 calendar days (excluding any school holidays) of the appeal being lodged. In this situation, the time frames given above may not be achieved. Appeals lodged on or after 15 June 2021 may not be heard until the autumn term.

 

(ii) Following the lodging of an appeal, additional papers may be submitted to the Appeals Service until 23 calendar days before the hearing. Evidence admitted after this date will be considered by the panel, but this may lead to an adjournment and significant delays.

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