New Reception Admission Tours
If you would like to come and visit our school for a tour please contact our school office on 01932 783778 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
New Reception Class Admissions
Applications for new Reception class admissions at Kenyngton Manor should be directed to Surrey County Council for the September intake. Applications for admission to Reception must be made by 15 January 2024. Applications are made direct to Surrey via an online application or on a paper application form available from Surrey County Council. Whilst applicants can defer their child’s entry to Reception until later in the school year, this will not be agreed beyond the beginning of the term after the child’s fifth birthday, nor beyond the beginning of the final term of the academic year for which the offer was made. Applicants may also arrange for their child to start part-time until their child reaches statutory school age. For more information visit this section of the Surrey County Council website www.surreycc.gov.uk/admissions
Late applications will only be considered after all on time applications have been processed.
In Year Admissions
The Published Admission Number (PAN) for initial entry to Kenyngton Manor Primary School in September 2024 will be 60.
Sometimes a parent may need to make an in-year application for a school place if their child needs to join a school outside of the normal admissions round - for example, if you move house and your child can no longer attend their current school. This is subject to places being available for children up to the age of 11. This is called an in-year application and should be made to Surrey County Council. Our current policy at Kenyngton Manor is to offer a full-time education (after a staggered start over a week or so) from the start of the academic year for all our new Reception children.
Applications for admission at the normal intake will be managed in accordance with Surrey’s coordinated scheme for primary admissions. To apply for an in Year School place please visit Surrey County Council here.
School Admissions Appeal
In accordance with the 1998 Education Act, parents whose children are refused admission to the school can appeal. The appeal should be made in writing. Information on the appeals procedure is available from the School's Admission Officer or on the Surrey County Council website.