,
Message sent from:

Applications for 2018-19 cohort

If your child was born between 1 September 2013 and 31 August 2014 it is now time to think about your application for a primary school place. Applications for the admissions process are online via the Bexley website. If you are applying to St Thomas More, as a Church school (VA), applications should be supported by our Supplementary Information Form which needs to be completed by parents, parish priest/minister and returned to the school. Application forms must be with Bexley by 15 January.

Appeals

We recognise the dissapointment you may face should your child not have been offered a place at St Thomas More Catholic Primary School. Should you wish to appeal for a place please contact Mrs Bird on the office phone number: 0208 303 8322, so she can arrange to give you a copy of the forms and use this opportunity to be palced on our waiting list. You will also need to contact Bexley to inform them of your wish to be on the waiting list.

We aim to hear appeals within 30 working days.

Parish Boundaries- St John Vianney and St Thomas More

Below is the map of the parish boundaries for St John Vianney and St Thomas More. These parish boundaries are used for admission purposes. Any children who live within these boundaries and are baptised Catholic will fall into Category 2.

Parish Boundaries of SJV STM(1)

Supplementary form

The application form for the school should be completed through Bexley Borough.

You will then need to complete a supplementary form which needs to be handed into the school office with copies of;

  • Current council tax
  • Your child's birth certifcate
  • Baptism certificate if they have one.

All of these documents that you bring alongside your supplemntary form should all be the original documents.

Admissions information

If you wish to explore our admission arrangements through our local authority (Bexley) you may do so by clicking on the link below:

www.bexley.gov.uk/admissions

 

Story Time

Our EYFS team host Story Time sessions with pre school children to encourage positive transitions between preschool and primary school. These workshops are hosted once a month in January, February and March. Please find the attached flyer for the final session in March.

X
Hit enter to search