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Egerton Church of England

Primary School

Together, we inspire, nurture and thrive.

Admissions

Is your child due to start school in September 2021?

 

Unfortunately, due to the current situation with Covid 19 we are unable to offer visits to the school.

 

However, please click the photo below to view our virtual tour.

  

 

If you have any questions we would be very happy to answer them, please telephone the school office on 01233 756274, or email office@egerton.kent.sch.uk

 

Have you recently moved into the area? 

Are you looking for a school place for your child?

 

We currently have a small number of spaces.

 

We would be happy to show you around our school at a mutually agreed time. We welcome visits from prospective parents during the working day. Visiting us at this time allows you to meet both staff and children and see first hand what our school has to offer your child.

 

Please contact Mrs Hubbard, School Business Manager on 01233 756274 or email office@egerton.kent.sch.uk to arrange a visit.

Starting school in September 2021

Children should start primary school if born:

Between 1 September 2016 and 31 August 2017 for Reception

 

Apply online

Parents can apply online via Kent County Council from Thursday 5th November 2020 until midnight on Friday 15th January 2021.  Parents who apply online will receive an email after 4pm on 16th April 2021 from KCC, with details of the primary school place offered.

 

If you miss the deadline please contact the primary admission department at KCC in the first instance - once they have allocated places you will be able to contact us directly to be added onto our waiting list.

Please note that admissions to the Reception Class are handled by KCC and we follow their admissions criteria.

We do hold waiting lists for all our classes, for spaces that may become vacant during the school year.  Parents are welcome to contact the school to discuss this.  Should there be a vacant space we will refer to our waiting list and offer places in accordance with the criteria laid out in the Kent County Council guidelines. 

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