School Admission Policy
Hampton Hill Junior School is a Community school and admission arrangements are determined in agreement with the local authority. The Admissions Authority for our school is the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames which publishes its entry regulations every year.
Our governing body applies the regulations on admissions fairly and equally to all those who wish to attend this school in accordance with the Local Authority.
Parents can receive a copy of these regulations directly from the LA or by following the links below.
Open Morning Events 2022-23
This year our open morning events are being held on Tuesday 15th November and Thursday 17th November 2022. To book onto these events please complete the following form: https://forms.gle/cznT3kGt98X9KFTC8
If you are unable to attend our open morning events, you can view a short video of our school by clicking on the link on the right-hand side of this page.
Deadline for applications
Sunday 15th January 2023
National Offer Day
Monday 17th April 2023
Deadline for accepting / declining your offer
Tuesday 2nd May 2023
3. How parents can apply for their child to be admitted to our school
Our school is a community school, and it determines the admission arrangements in agreement with the Local Authority. The Admissions Authority for our school is therefore the LA which publishes its entry regulations every year.
If you live in Richmond Borough you will be expected to apply online by going to www.eadmissions.org.uk or www.richmond.gov.uk
Admissions Team email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In-year Admissions Team
If you live in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and your child is currently attending school, contact the In-year Admissions Team via email at email@example.com and request a callback.
If you live outside Richmond upon Thames and wish to apply for a place or are moving into the borough and your child is currently attending school, you should contact the in-year admission section of your home council.
The School Admissions Team
Achieving for Children
Kingston upon Thames
Personal callers are welcome without prior appointment at the Education, Children's and Cultural Services Directorate reception (Civic Centre).
4. Admission appeals
5. The Standard Number
6. Monitoring and Review
This policy will be monitored by the governing body and reviewed every two years, or earlier in the light of any changed circumstances, either in our school or in the local area. The policy will always take due note of guidance provided by the local Admissions Forum.
Determined Admission Arrangements 2006/7 (LBRUT)
If you have any questions on the admissions procedure please contact Mrs Wrigglesworth on 020 8979 3019.