Unfortunately due to COVID-19 we are unable to welcome prospective parents for our September 2021 intake into the school for tours. We are currently putting together a virtual tour of each of our schools which will be available by the end of October. Please keep an eye out on here for further information.
Surrey County Council is the admission authority for this school. To find up to date information about the school's admission arrangements and details on how to apply, either as part of the normal intake or during the school year, please use this link to the Surrey County Council website.
|Beauclerc Admissions Policy 2019/20|
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|Chennestone Admissions Policy 2019/20|
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|Beauclerc Admissions Policy 2020/21|
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|Chennestone Admissions Policy 2020/21|
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All parents living in Surrey must only complete Surrey’s online application form or a Surrey paper form which will be available from 31st October for admission to the academic year commencing the following September.
Primary applications have to be made as follows:
- Apply for a place from 2nd November 2020
- Closing date for applications is 15th January 2021
Parents are advised to see the full admissions criteria which are available on the following weblink: Surrey County Council - School admissions
Visits to Beauclerc & Chennestone Schools
Parents interested in sending their children to the school should phone to make an appointment to visit. They will have an opportunity to meet the Headteacher, be shown around the school and have any queries answered. There are organised tours in the Autumn term each year but we are happy to show parents around at other times. We also offer prospective Reception Class parents/guardians the opportunity to come in and spend time in the Reception class with their child to get a feel for the atmosphere and ethos. Please phone the relevant school for further details and dates and visit our website.
Transition to Secondary School
At the end of Year 6 our children move on to secondary education.
Last year pupils mainly transferred to Sunbury Manor, Bishop Wand, Thamesmead, and St Pauls. We have close liaison with all these schools to ensure a smooth transfer.
Some children move to the independent sector and children have gained places at Sir William Perkins, Lady Eleanor Holles, Hampton School and Tiffins for example.
Parents are advised to check the schools’ respective websites for specific admissions arrangements.
Leaflets with basic Year 7 admissions information are sent out to parents in September.
All local Secondary Schools have open evenings during the Autumn Term.
Secondary applications have to be made by 31st October for admissions starting the following September for the new academic year.
Full admissions information is online Surrey County Council - School admissions.