Applying for a place at Heyford Park School
Year 7 and Reception places September 2021
If you are interested in a place for your child starting school for the first time at Heyford Park School, then please contact us to arrange a visit. You will need to complete the application process via the Local Authority, Oxfordshire County Council. www.oxfordshire.gov.uk Telephone: 0345 241 2487.
The Governing Body of the school is responsible for decisions relating to admissions but works closely with the Local Authority who co-ordinate admissions to all schools in Oxfordshire. A copy of our admissions policy is available on the policies page of this site and is also posted below.
For all other in-year applications, please see below.
In Year Applications
Please apply directly to the school for in-year places using the form below. Please do not apply via the Local Authority. Forms can be returned to the school office for the attention of Ms Jane Allen, Admissions Manager or by emailing email@example.com. Paper copies are also available from the school office.
It is not always possible for us to offer a place, however we do hold a waiting list which unsuccessful applicants can join if they wish.
The list is ranked in order using our admissions criteria set out in our Admissions Policy. If a place becomes available, we will then contact the parents of the child who is at the top of the list to offer them a place.
The continued interest list will be held until 30 June 2021, at which point they will close.
For Nursery applications, please complete the application form below and forward to Nursery@heyfordparkfreeschool.org
For information regarding school transport please call Oxfordshire County Council on 0345 241 2487 or visit school transport page here www.oxfordshire.gov.uk
If you are not successful in being offered a place at Heyford Park School, you have the right to appeal the decision. An appeal form should be completed and returned to the school office.
If your appeal is regarding the allocation of a place for your child to start school for the first time, then the appeal process follows a timetable set out by the Local Authority. Appeals are heard by an independent panel. A decision by an appeal panel whether or not to offer a school place is binding on the admissions authority
For further information please click here www.oxfordshire.gov.uk
We welcome visits to the school and will always find time to talk to you about any individual questions you might have. Please telephone us on 01869 232 203 internal.327
Admission: Admissions Policy