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Consultation of Draft Admissions Policy 2023/24

We are consulting on our Admissions Arrangements for 2023/24. This consultation will commence at 9am Wednesday 10 November 2021 and will close at 5pm on Friday 7 January 2022. To take part in the consultation, please email your comments to Lisa Breeden, Admissions Officer, using the following email address:

Our Admissions Arrangements for 2023/24 are available here Draft-Admissions-Policy-2023-24.pdf  in full. Anyone wishing to participate in the consultation is encouraged to read these in detail.

The key changes to our admissions arrangements are as follows:

  1. The removal of the ‘social/medical’ oversubscription criteria as our school aspire to support any child whatever their needs.
  2. The removal of the ‘nearest school’ oversubscription criteria. This follows guidance from the Schools’ Adjudicator that this criteria should not be used as it inadvertently creates a catchment area.

This consultation is taking place in accordance with the requirements as set out in the School Admissions Code School admissions code 2021 ( The consultation must take place for six weeks and it is good practice that this six-week period excludes school holidays.

The GLF Trust Board is the Admissions Authority for our School. It will review all responses to the consultation prior to agreeing the final Admissions Arrangements for 2023/24. These will be published on our website no later than Tuesday 15 March 2022, in line with the statutory requirement.

In Year Admissions

For in year admissions (ie your child already attends school), please refer to the Surrey County Council website for further information:

If you wish to apply for an in year place, please click here for details of the in-year application form and process.

You can contact us directly if you have any queries about adminssions.

Once the form is complete either submit online or print out and post it to Admissions Team, Quadrant Court, 35 Guildford Road, Woking, GU22 7QQ.

N.B. Parents do not need to complete a Supplementary Information Form; this is for staff only.

Reception Admissions September 2022

To make your application, please click on the link below.

Applications close 15th January 2022.

Please note: a Supplementary Information Form (SIF) relates to applications made under criterion iv of the Admissions Policy 2022-2023 and is only applicable to members of school staff applying under criterion iv - Children of a member of staff.

For a copy of our Admission Policy, please see the document below, this gives you full information regarding our admission criteria.

For details on the allocation of places in previous years for Reception, please see the Surrey County Council Website.

This is a tool to find the distance from home to school (this is an approximate indication only).

For Surrey residents:

For details of the Government's School Admissions Code please click here.

Change of Notice - Admission Policy 2021/22 and 2022/23 

This provides notice that the GLF Trust Board has agreed a change to the admissions policies of all schools in the Trust for 2021 and 2022 to reflect that children who have been in state care outside of England,and ceased to be in care as a result of being adopted,must now be given the highest priority in oversubscription criteria, alongside looked after children and previously looked after children.This change comes into effect from 1 September 2021 and amends the admissions policies as already published for 2021 and 2022.

Admission arrangements for Banstead Infant School 2022

Admission Arrangements for Banstead Infant School 2021

Admission arrangements for Banstead Infant School 2020

Admission arrangements for Banstead Infant School 2019

Supplementary Form for Criterion iv of the Admission Arrangements. This form is only for staff at Banstead Infant School.

Supplementary form for BIS Staff

Surrey County Council Admissions

Applying for an out of chronological year place

Surrey have recently provided further guidance on admitting children out of their chronological year group. In general, it is the view of the local authority that children should be educated in their chronological year group, with the curriculum differentiated as appropriate, and that they should only be educated out of their chronological year group in very limited circumstances. Each request will be considered according to the circumstances of the case and what is in the child’s best interests. This will not normally be for more than a single National Curriculum year. Please click on the link below to read the full document or contact the school for further information.

Guidance on the education of children out of their chronological year group


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