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Posted on: September 20th 2018

Starting School for the first time & Year 6 transfer to Secondary

Starting School for the first time and Year 6 transfer to Secondary.

 

Somerset County Council are no longer sending letters directly to parents inviting them to apply for a school place. 

 

If you require a place for a child due to start school for the first time, you can apply on line or request a paper application form from the Somerset School Admissions website as from the September prior to admission. Applications must be received by 15th January 2019. Please follow this link for full details http://www.somerset.gov.uk/education-learning-and-schools/choosing-a-school/apply-to-start-school/

 

If you require a secondary school place (Year 6 children only)

You will need to apply online by 31st October 2018 via the Somerset County Council website. Please follow this link for full details www.somerset.gov.uk/education-learning-and-schools/choosing-a-school/apply-to-transfer-schools/

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A message from Suzanne Flack (Executive Principal) and Rebecca Collins (Head of School) Posted on: 24/01/2020

A message from Suzanne Flack (Executive Principal) and Rebecca Collins (Head of School)

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