The school will only admit up to its approved admission number. This is set at 90 in each year group (360 in total). This number is based on the actual capacity of the school as stated in the School Premises Regulations (1981) as approved by the DCSF and subsequently amended in 2002 by the LA Admission's Forum. The Governors are not prepared to admit more than 90 pupils as to do so would prejudice the efficient provision of education and the efficient use of resources within the school.
The current admissions number is 360.
Please see the admissions policy below for our entry criteria.
Please click here to visit the Hillingdon Borough (LA) admissions page.
There are currently long waiting lists for each year group as the school receives many more applications than available places each year. Children will be places on the waiting list in the following priority:
1. Children on the waiting list held by Oak Farm Infants School will be automatically transferred onto the junior school waiting list. Their initial position on the list will be decided by the above criteria but will then be subject to adjustment in line with 2) below
2. The waiting list will be reviewed and adjusted whenever there is any addition to the list or relevant change to the circumstances of applicants already on the list. The list will be maintained in priority order according to admissions criteria nos 1 - 7 (see admissions policy).
Parents have a statutory right of appeal against the decision of the Governing Body not to admit their child.
Applications for In-Year admissions require the parent to contact the LA and they will take applications over the phone.
Please click here to contact the Hillingdon Borough School Placement and Admissions Team.
Please see below for further information.
Admissions Policy Q&A