Junior school admissions in Barnet
Admissions for transfer to a junior school in September 2018
If your child was born between 1 September 2010 and 31 August 2011, you can apply to your home council for a junior school place for the academic year 2018/19.
You must apply for a junior school place if your child is attending an infant school as there is no automatic transfer. Children atttending infant schools will have priority for a place at the linked junior school.
Barnet junior schools
You can apply for a place at the following junior schools in Barnet:
|Annunciation Catholic Junior||Garden Suburb Junior|
|Brookland Junior||Moss Hall Junior|
|Deansbrook Junior||Queenswell Junior|
Full details of the application process and admissions criteria can be found in our primary school admissions guide 2018.
How to apply
- you should submit your application online using the eAdmissions website
- the online application process opens on 1 September 2017
- you must fill in a single online application form and submit the form to the local authority where your child lives, even if you are applying to schools in more than one borough
- you can apply for up to three schools and list them the order of your preference
- if more than one school can offer your child a place, the local authority will offer a place at whichever school was ranked highest on your application form
- use this guide for step-by-step instructions on how to apply online (PDF)
Applications that are submitted late will be processed after on-time applications. First priority to school places will be given to applicants who apply on time.
National Offer Day is Monday 16 April 2018. Parents must log in to their online eAdmissions account to find out which school place their child has been offered.
A small number of parents may decide not to accept the junior school place that has been offered to their child and these places will then be offered to other children from the waiting lists at a later date.
Your child’s name will automatically be placed on the waiting lists for any Barnet school which was a higher preference on your application form than the school you have been offered.
Appealing for a place at your preferred school(s)
You have the right to appeal to an independent appeal panel against the decision not to offer your child a place at a school of your preference.
Appeals will not be heard until all the available places at the school have been offered and accepted and as no places are reserved for successful appeals, this means that any appeals allowed will increase the intake above the admission limit.