Alverstoke Church of England Junior School

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Admissions

Admission to Alverstoke CE Junior School

We are a popular and oversubscribed Church of England Junior school with large waiting lists.  However, we would be delighted to welcome you to our school and give you a tour of our facilities, please contact the school on 023 92580450 to make an appointment or email admin@alverstoke-jun.hants.sch.uk

Please read the brochure below to find out what a Church school is.

What is a Church School

We encourage parents to view our school prior to applying for a place for your child. To arrange to look around the school please call us on 023 92580450. Visits during the school day are best as they give you the opportunity to see us in action. We are more than happy to answer any questions or queries you may have.

Please note that the catchment area for Alverstoke Church of England Junior School is the Ecclesiastical Parish of St Mary’s Alverstoke, which includes the Local Authority defined catchment area. Please click here to see if you live within the boundary of the Parish.

To apply for a place at our school please visit https://www.hants.gov.uk/educationandlearning/admissions. Once you have completed this online application the school will receive a notification from the admissions team.  We will then respond to your application accordingly. Please note that we currently hold waiting lists for all year groups.

If you are a year 2 parent applying for a place for September this must be completed in line with the dates on the Hampshire Admissions webpage: https://www.hants.gov.uk/educationandlearning/admissions

Please take a look at admissions policies for the relevant years below.

If you have any questions on admission into our School please do not hesitate to contact us.

How to apply

Applying for a place at Alverstoke Junior School

We encourage parents to view our school prior to applying for a place for your child. To arrange to look around the school prior to your application, please call us on 02392 580450. Visits during the school day are most suitable as they give you the opportunity to see us in action. We are more than happy to answer any questions or queries that you may have.

To apply for a place at Alverstoke Church of England Junior School please visit Hampshire Admissions. Once you have completed this online application the school will receive notification from the admissions team. We will then respond to your application accordingly. Please note that we currently hold waiting lists for all year groups.

Please note that the catchment area for Alverstoke Church of England School is the Ecclesiastical Parish of St Mary’s Alverstoke, which includes the Local Authority defined catchment area. Please click here to see if you live within the boundary of the Parish.

Please take a look at the admission policy for the relevant year below.

Parents / Carers applying for a place for their child in-year
We will aim to notify parents of the outcome of their admission application within 10 school days.  Where this is not possible, a response will always be issued within 15 school days.  Thank you.

Appeals Timetable

   Admissions Appeal Timetable

Year 3 (Infant to Junior transfer) 

School Admissions 2022 – 2023

For Church of England Voluntary Aided Schools and Academies in the Diocese of Winchester and Diocese of Portsmouth.

National Notification date for on-time applications.

 

Tuesday 19th April 2022

Notification date for late applicants (whose applications received after 15 January and before the 16 April 2020)

 

Wednesday 27th April 2022

Deadline date for parents wishing to lodge an appeal. (Returning completed appeal papers to the school.)

 

Thursday 19th May 2022

Appeal hearing to be held.

From 6th June to 21st July, inclusive

 

 

Decision letters to be sent.

 

Within seven calendar days of hearing 

 

Please note

(i) Appeals lodged after 19 May 2022 will be heard during the above dates if possible. Where it is not achievable to hold an appeal between the above dates, the hearing will be scheduled within 30 school days (excluding any school holidays) of the appeal being lodged. Appeals lodged on or after 10 June 2022 may not be heard until the autumn term.


(ii) Appellants will receive at least 14 calendar days’ notice of the exact date and location of their appeal hearing.


(iii) Following the lodging of an appeal, additional papers may be submitted to the Appeals Service until 14 calendar days before the hearing. Evidence submitted after this date will be considered by the panel but this may lead to an adjournment and significant delays.