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OPEN EVENING 2019 (for September 2020 admissions)

Thursday 12 September at 6.30pm

APPLICATIONS FOR IN YEAR ADMISSIONS

If your child has already made the transition to secondary school and you wish to apply for a place in Years 7 - 11 e.g. if you have recently moved house, please use the form below.  Details of how to return your application can be found on the form.

In year admissions form

ADMISSIONS FOR SEPTEMBER 2020

Important dates for parents applying for Year 7 places for September 2020. 

Date of Open Evening:

School Open Evening: Thursday 12 September 2019 at 6.30pm.  
Unfortunately, in order to avoid disruption to the school day and to learning, we cannot accommodate visits outside of the Open Day.

Closing Date for Applications:

Applications should be sent to: Your child's primary school (if your child attends a primary school in Hillingdon) or the Admissions Team, Civic Centre, Hillingdon (if your child attends a primary school outside of Hillingdon). Applications that are handed to primary schools must be received by the Admissions team at the Civic Centre by 5pm on 31 October 2019 (online applications can be submitted up to midnight on 31 October 2019).

The Borough strongly recommend that parent's submit all applications by Friday 25 October 2019 to ensure it is received on time.

Sibling application information (if the Year 6 student has a brother or sister of a child already at Bishopshalt School)

Offers:

Letters will be sent out offering places for Sept 2020 admission on 2 March 2020

Acceptance Date:

Acceptance of your place must be sent to: Your home LEA (where you pay your council tax) by 16 March 2020

Appeals:

Deadline for submission of an Appeal - 27th March 2020.  Appeals will be heard by the end of the summer term.

Appeals will be accepted after this deadline but they maybe heard at a later date. 

For further information regarding the appeals process please follow the link (click here)

Admissions Booklet

Bishopshalt is a very popular school and each year we are hugely over subscribed. In order to allocate places fairly we have a detailed Admissions Policy which is strictly followed. The aim of this booklet is to help you make your application.

Section One

This sets out our procedures and the way we go about assessing each application. We have included some of the most common questions that parents ask about the way we make our decisions. Section One is designed as a general guide.

Section Two

Exam results

Section Three

This contains our official Admissions Policy, which deals in a more formal way with every detail of the admissions procedure. It is the content of this policy that we apply in dealing with all applications. We advise you to read it carefully.

Further information regarding transferring to secondary school in Year 6 can be found under "Year 6 Transition".