St George's is a two-form entry primary school.
Reception entry: 60
Online application from: 1 September 2023
Closing date for application: 14 January 2024
National Offer day: 18 April 2024
Please note: St George's CE does NOT require a Supplementary Information Form
- Admission Arrangements 2022-23
- Admission Arrangements 2023-24
- Admission Arrangements 2024-25
- Admission Arrangements 2025-26
- Admissions - Appeals KS1 Guidance Notes
- Admissions - Aquinas Appeals Timetable for entry into School September 2023
- Admissions - Appeals Application Form
The application process for applying for a primary school place is to be completed through the online portal for applying for primary and secondary school places, supported by the 33 London boroughs and Surrey County Council at: eadmissions.org.uk or through the local authority to whom you pay Council Tax.
We would be delighted if you chose us for your child’s primary education, however, if for any reason you do not think your child’s application for a place at our school will satisfy our admission criteria, please consider one of our sister academies in the London Borough of Bromley.
- Cudham CE Primary School
- Keston CE Primary School
- Parish CE Primary School
- St John’s CE Primary School
- St Mark’s CE Primary School
- St Nicholas CE Primary School
- Trinity CE Primary School
They are all good or outstanding academies offering an excellent provision at all key stages. For further details please see their websites or the Aquinas website: www.aquinastrust.org
In the normal admissions round or at any point in the normal year of entry, if a place is available and there is no waiting list, the child will be admitted [except where the “twice excluded” rule applies].
For in-year applications received for all other year groups, if a place is available and there is no waiting list, the child will be admitted subject to the admission authority being able to refuse admission if it has good reason to believe that the child may display challenging behaviour and thus refer the child to the Fair Access Protocol.
If more applications are received than there are places available, then applications will be ranked in accordance with the oversubscription criteria above. If a place cannot be offered at this time you have a right of appeal. You will be offered the opportunity of being placed on a waiting list.