Admissions September 2021
Welcome to St Peter's
Welcome to St Peter's. I am delighted that you are considering our school for your child when they start school next September.
The present situation means we are not able to hold our traditional open morning to help parents get to know our popular and successful school. We recognise that there will no substitute to coming to see St Peter's in person, but we aim to do our best to bring the school to you.
You are invited to join us for a
Virtual Open Morning
Wednesday, 18th November at 10.00am
This will include a presentation from key members of staff and an insight into life at St Peter's. There will also be a chance to ask any questions that you may have.
If you would like to join us, please register for a place here.
Joining details will be sent to prospective parents shortly before the Open Morning.
In the meantime, do have a look around our website where there is a wealth of information about our school and how it is organised. The sections most relevant to you can be accessed easily from the links on this page. If you use social media then please follow our Facebook page to keep up to date with our school activities.
With best wishes,
Mr Richard McKenzie
How to apply for a place at St Peter's
If your child was born between 1 September 2016 and 31 August 2017, you can apply for a school place for September 2021 from 2 November 2020. The closing date for on-time applications is 15 January 2021. The link for the online the Surrey County Council School application process is here and all parents wishing to apply for a place at St. Peter’s should complete this, as well as the SIF (see highlighted information below).
The governing bodies of Catholic schools are responsible for deciding the order of priority for admissions to their schools. To enable the governing body to do this, parents are also asked to complete a Supplementary Information Form (SIF) and return it directly to the school office by the closing date for applications. This form allows the Governors to put all applicants in order of priority for admission in line with the published admission policy.
Please note that while completion of the SIF is not mandatory, if a completed SIF is not received, the Governing Body will only be able to consider the application based on information provided to Surrey County Council in the online application. Unless you are applying under oversubscription criterion 8, 9, 10, or 11, if a completed SIF is not received, this could result in being allocated a lower priority ranking.
You can download the SIF at the bottom of this page. Please ensure you download the correct version for your child's year of entry.
Maps of our Parish boundaries which form our catchment area may be found within the Admissions Policy.
For information purposes, the supplementary information form is available in Spanish, Portuguese and Polish. These are available from your church or the school office. However, the form itself needs to be filled out in English.
Published Admission Number (PAN)
The PAN for all year groups is 60.
For in-year admissions, parents/carers should contact the school in the first instance. The School Managed In Year Application Form (SMA) can be accessed via the Surrey County Council website here.
Please click here to view the Admissions Appeals Timetable for Surrey Primary Schools.
Should you require a free paper copy of any of the policies listed below, please contact the school office staff; they will be happy to help you.
Admissions in 2021-22
Please click here to view our Admissions Policy for 2021-22
Please click here to view our Supplementary Information Form (SIF) for 2021-22