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From September, all parents or carers who wish to apply for a school place at anytime in the year, will need to contact Brent Council. The council will liaise with you about a school place and will contact you with the outcome of your application.
If you are a Brent resident, the quickest and easiest way to apply for a school place is online by visiting www.brent.gov.uk/admissions. Brent Council are promoting online applications this year.
Alternatively, you can call Brent School Admissions on 0208 937 3110 from Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm for further information.
Parents applying for a place at Wykeham Primary School Nursery need to apply directly to the school. Places are allocated using the criteria stated by Brent Council. Application forms are now available from the school office for any child that is due to start pre-school education.
Pre-School places are available for children who are in the target age group i.e. who were born on or between 01st September 2013 and 31st August 2014. Please feel free to contact the school office if you require any further information.
Admission to the Nursery does not guarantee a full-time place with the school. A separate application for a place in Reception needs to be made to Brent Council as detailed above.
Parents with Pupils in Year 6 applying for a Secondary School Place
If your child is starting secondary school in September 2017, and was born between 1st September 2006 and 31st August 2007, you will need to apply for a school place between 1st September 2016 and 31st October 2016. The Local Authority is encouraging parents to apply online via the website listed above.
Please click here to view a list of secondary school open dates.
Reception Admission 2017
All parents whose children have a place in our Nursery (September 2016) must apply for a reception place for September 2017 before the closing date on 15th January 2017.
There is no automatic transfer from nursery to reception; you must apply before the closing date.
This year the Local Authority have heard Admission Appeals from several parents who say they were not aware that they needed to make an application until after the offer date. There have been a number of cases where parents who already had a sibling in the school did not apply, so particular emphasis should be made to such parents. The pressure on places means that late applications will most probably miss out on a place at your school, leading to distress, and more appeals.