In Year Admissions

Admission Policy - 1 Sept 2021- 31 August 2022

Supplementary Information Form - 1 Sept 2021 - 31 August 2022

Exceptional Circumstances Framework

 
Thank you for your interest in transferring your child to Weydon School. You can make an In-Year application if your child needs to join Weydon outside of the normal admissions round. Weydon School is an Academy and the School's Governing Body is the Admissions Authority. The Admissions Authority is responsible for setting the admission arrangements, holding waiting lists and for allocating places.  
 
If you are resident in Surrey, applications can be made either directly to Weydon School or to Surrey Admissions. Please note, you must not withdraw your child from their current school until you have secured a place for them at another school. If you do not live in Surrey, please contact Weydon School directly.
 
You can apply for In-Year Admission if you are moving house and your child cannot continue at their current school, or if your child is being educated at home and you want them to attend a mainstream school instead or if your child is already at school, but you want to move them to a different school.
 
Applications can be made for an In-Year Admission up to four weeks before the place is needed. For members of the Armed Services and Crown Servants who are being relocated to the area, you can apply up to 4 months in advance of a move. Applicants who are seeking a school place for a child from the beginning of the autumn term, you can apply from the beginning of June.
 
Please download and complete an In Year Transfer Application form from  https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/schools/admissions/in-year
 
The form required is a CMA Application Form. If you require a paper copy, please contact the school on 01252 725052 or admissions@weydonschool.surrey.sch.uk and a form will be posted to you.
 
The person applying should be the person with parental responsibility for the child. If you are unsure of your status you should submit your application with a covering letter explaining your situation. 
 
Please attach or enclose 2 types of proof of residency and if applicable, any supporting information such as professional evidence to support an exceptional medical / social claim, a change of address or proof of arrival in the United Kingdom.
 
A supplementary form is only needed if you are applying under our Staff Criteria ( criteria 2 on our Admission Policy ) 
 
Applications are processed and outcomes communicated as quickly as possible, usually within 15 school days of receiving your fully completed application form.
 
You must respond to any offer of a place within two weeks. Your offer will explain how to accept or decline the place. The offer of a school place may be withdrawn if you fail to accept the place in time.  
 
We will normally arrange for your child to start with us as soon as it is possible to do so, and no later than 10 school days of you formally accepting the place. You should make arrangements for your child to take up the place as soon as it is offered. If there is a good reason for deferring take up, the maximum deferral period is usually the start of the next half term. 
 
If we are unable to offer you a place, we will advise you why we cannot offer you a place and we will add your child’s name to our waiting list. Waiting lists are ranked as per our Admission Policy. Your child's position on a waiting list may go down as well as up, for example, if other children with greater priority according to the school's admissions criteria are added to the list. Lists are disbanded at the end of each academic year and should you wish to be considered for a school place for the following academic year, a fresh application will need to be made.
 
You have the right to appeal if you do not receive an offer from your preferred school. Please see the appeals section on our website for more information.
 
All information on In-Year applications received and any offers made will be shared with Local Authority Admissions within 2 days.
 
Please contact the Weydon Multi Academy Trust Admissions Officer, Liz Crosby at admissions@weydonschool.surrey.sch.uk for further information and guidance; alternatively for full and comprehensive admissions details, please see our Admissions Policy and also  www.surreycc.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/schools/admissions/in-year