Admissions can be a complex business. Please take note of the advice below to help guide you through the process.
Have a look at our school prospectus in the Key Information area of this website; are we the school for your child? Tours of the school are arranged each autumn term, look out for them on our calendar. Tours can also be arranged individually, please call the school to check availability of staff on 020 8567 6293.
To apply for Nursery (the school year in which your child turns 4 years old) you will need to complete a School Information Form available on this website before December of the year prior to entry.
To apply for any year group, from Reception to Year Six, you must complete the Ealing Borough Common Application Form (or the CAF from the borough you live in). For reception applications for the next September there are strict timetables for application. Please see the Ealing website for more details www.ealing.gov.uk/admissions
Parents should also complete a Supplementary Information Form (SIF). Failure to do so will place your application in Category 10, meaning any applicants in categories 1 through to 9 will be offered a place ahead of your application. Asking a Catholic priest or other minister of religion to complete the Certificate of Catholic Practice may also lead to your application being placed in a higher priority category. The Supplementary Information Form can be downloaded by clicking on the link below.
St. Joseph's Catholic Primary School welcomes applications from members of other faiths and and from families with no faith. If you are unclear about what makes a Catholic school distinctive please ask to meet with the headteacher.
Copies of our admission policy can be found under the Policies section of this website.
Admissions Appeals 2020
Appeals for the school year 2020/21 will be co-ordinated by the London Borough of Ealing. Should you wish to appeal please inform the Clerk to the Governors via the school office before 27th May 2020. Appeals after this date cannot be guaranteed to be heard before the autumn term starts.
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