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Federation of Greenways Schools

 

Admissions Information

 We have 120-150 pupils per year group, gradually expanding to 5 forms of
entry throughout the federation.

Admissions to Early Years

Please read the below information from the Southend Borough Council website regarding admissions.

Applications for a September 2018 start in Reception year or Year 3 can be submitted between 14th September 2017 and 15th January 2018. Parents can register and submit an application form online by clicking here or they can download a paper form here. A reminder that parents can view their offer from midnight on offer day and paper applications receive the offer via the post and therefore parents may not receive the offer on offer day but a day later, depending on the post.

Year 2 into 3 Transitions

Please note that due to a ruling by the admissions adjudicator, pupils from
the infant school NO LONGER automatically transfer to the junior school.
Therefore, if you wish your child to transfer to Year 3 in Thorpe Greenways
Junior School in September you MUST apply to the Local Authority either
online or on a paper form by the deadline (usually in the previous
January). The law has changed so this is different from previous years.

If you don't apply we won't be able to admit your child to the Juniors.

Greenways children in Year 2 will be prioritised, so as long as you submit
the form we expect them to get a place in the Juniors.

How to Apply

Applications must be made through www.southend.gov.uk/admissions or by
requesting a paper copy from the Admissions Team by phoning 01702 212934.
More information is attached, please read it.

Please talk to the Pastoral Support team if you have any questions or need
help with the process.

The school is required to collect essential information about children on
entry. This is confidential, and the “School Admission Form” must be
completed by parents/carers of all new children. Parents are asked to check
and update this information annually.


Please click here
http://www.southend.gov.uk/info/200176/school_admissions_and_home_education/46/primary_school_admissions
to find out more information from Southend on Sea Borough Council about
admissions.

Supporting Documents

FGS-Admissions Policy