If you would like your child to attend our school, please see full details of our admission arrangements below. Information about admissions to All Saints C of E Primary for children in reception through to Year 6 can be found on Croydon Local Authority’s admission website.
A Supplementary form will also need to be submitted if parents are applying for a Foundation place for their child. This can be downloaded or requested from the school office. If you would like to visit All Saints please contact the school office and book an appointment with the Headteacher or Deputy Headteacher.
Croydon Admissions and Appeals team are based at:
Tel: 0208 726 6400.
We have two Nursery classes, one morning and one afternoon, with 26 places in each. Applications must be made directly to the school and forms may be obtained from the office. If a place is not immediately available you have the option to place your child’s name on the waiting list.
We plan to be able to offer full-time Nursery places soon. Please contact the school office or Nursery staff if you are interested in this provision. Please note that a place in the Nursery does not subsequently guarantee a place in a reception class. You must apply for this seperately.
Reception Admissions 2018-19
The outcome of your application will be available 16 April 2018. During the evening of 16 April 2018, you will be sent an email informing you of the outcome of your application.
Accept or decline your offer by Monday 30 April 2018 at www.eadmissions.org.uk
Reception Admission 2019 – 2020
The closing date for submission of 2019-2020 Reception application forms is 15th January 2019. This is also the closing date for Supplementary Forms to be submitted to the school office.
We will be holding open morning sessions from September 2018 to welcome prospective parents and give them the opportunity to come and visit our school.
Please contact the school office for more details or to register your interest in attending one of these sessions.
Mid-year Admissions ( all year groups )
Families of children entering the school mid-year will be asked tomeet with the Headteacher or Deputy Headteacher for an induction interview. Parents or carers will be asked for all relevent information concerning their child’s health, welfare, previous attainment and progress and any support they may have been provided with at school so far. This is so that we can make theinduction process as successful as possible.
Parents and carers will also be given the opportunity to ask any questions they might have and to have a tour of the school.
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