Admissions

Admission Arrangements

 Broadmere Primary Academy is a co-educational school for children aged 2 - 11 years.  We are a one form entry school.

For entry into Reception during the 2018/19 academic year Broadmere has a published admission number (PAN) of 30.

 

Broadmere and New Monument Primary Academies have agreed to be part of Surrey’s central admissions team. Children start in Reception Class in the September of the school year in which they will become five.

A booklet is produced annually by Surrey County Council, providing information about all primary schools in the county.  Parents should complete the application form provided with the booklet and return it to the local authority for admission to Reception at Broadmere or New Monument.

Prospective parents/carers are welcome to request a visit to the school prior to completing an application.  Please phone the school office to arrange a tour. Before joining our Reception class pupils are invited in for an Induction programme (during July) and parents will meet the teaching staff to discuss the organisation of the year, the curriculum and any relevant information the parent would like to share with us. The school accepts applications for pupils to join other year groups providing spaces are available.

If there are more applications than places available, places will be offered in accordance with the criteria listed below and in the following order of priority:

1. Looked after children.

2. Exceptional arrangements.

3. Siblings of existing pupils.

4. Children for whom the school is the nearest to their home.

5. Any other applicant.

To apply for a place please complete form IYA-SCCMA which is available on Surrey’s website at https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/schools/school-admissions/in-year-admissions

 Applicants may choose to seek places outside of their child's chronological year group.  The Principal will make a decision based on the circumstances of each case.  Applicants must state clearly why they feel admission to a different year group is in the child's best interest and provide evidence to support this.  More information on educating children out of their chronological year group is available at www.surreycc.gov.uk/admissions.