Consultation: Admissions Arrangements for 2024/25 for Frogmore Junior School
We are consulting on our Admissions Arrangements for 2024/25. This consultation commenced at 12pm on Thursday 10th November 2022 and will close at 12pm Thursday 5th January 2023. To take part in the consultation, please send your comments to Mrs Piekny using email: email@example.com.
Our Admissions Arrangements for 2024/25 are available below in full. Anyone wishing to participate in the consultation is encouraged to read these in detail.
The key changes to our admissions arrangements are as follows:
The reduction of our Pupil Admission Number from 67 to 60.
The addition of children on roll at the Linked School and siblings on roll at the Linked School as second and third oversubscription criteria. This better serves the community that the school services and provide continuity of education between infant and junior schools.
This consultation is taking place in accordance with the requirements as set out in the School Admissions Code (here). The consultation must take place for six weeks and it is good practice that this six-week period excludes school holidays.
The GLF Trust Board is the Admissions Authority for our School. It will review all responses to the consultation prior to agreeing the final Admissions Arrangements for 2024/25. These will be published on our website no later than Wednesday 15 March 2023, in line with the statutory requirement.
Admissions Arrangements for 2023/24
Our Admissions Arrangements for 2023/24 are available here in full at the bottom of this page.
The key changes to our admissions arrangements are as follows:
- The removal of the ‘medical’ oversubscription criteria as our school aspires to support any child whatever their needs.
- The addition of the ‘school staff’ oversubscription criteria to provide the same benefit of employment to all GLF staff.
Virtual Open Day Video of Frogmore Junior School
Our virtual Open Day tour shows prospective parents and carers what life at Frogmore Junior School has to offer.
We know that choosing the right school for your child is really important. To enable you to find out a little bit more about us we are holding a number of small group tours, with a chance to look around the school and ask any questions. In addition, we will be holding a more formal Prospective Parents meeting to explain about our school and what we have to offer your child on the next stage of their educational journey. The dates of the meetings are as follows:
- 18th October at 9.30am and 1.30pm
- 2nd November at 9.30am and 1.30pm
New Year 3 Parents Information Meeting:
- Thursday 3rd November at 7.00pm
The tour mornings will give you a chance to see what the learning journey for pupils actually looks like.
We would be grateful if you could contact the office: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 01252 873054 to book your place.
Please click here to view our school prospectus.
Parent Information Booklet
Please click here to view our parent information booklet for admissions in September 2023.
This booklet has lots of information about the school day timings, uniform expectations, how to report absences and lots of information about Frogmore Junior School.
If you do have any questions or queries about the school then please do not hesitate to contact the school office on 01252 873054 where Mrs Piekny will help answer any questions you may have and we look forward to hopefully welcoming you to Frogmore Junior School in September 2023.
Key dates for admission for September 2023
|Application round opens||Closing date for applications||Notification date for
|01 November 2022||15 January 2023||17 April 2023|
|Transfer to Junior school (Year 3)||01 November 2022||15 January 2023||17 April 2023|
|Transfer to secondary school (Year 7)||12 September 2022||31 October 2022||1 March 2023|
|Applying for a place in another year group to start in September 2023||01 May 2023||n/a||Applications will be processed from 12 June 2023|
For Year 3 September 2023 intake, details of our New Year 3 Parent Information meeting will be sent via your infant school and available on our website shortly.
For admission to the school part way through the academic year, and into other year groups, details of our virtual Open Day is available on our website.
Our Admissions Policy shows the admission process and includes details of selection and oversubscription criteria.
- Admissions Policy 2021/22
- Admissions Policy 2022/23
- Admissions Policy 2023/24
Hampshire County Council co-ordinates admissions for all state-funded schools (academies as well as local authority-maintained schools) within the County and further information about the application process can be found on the HCC admissions website pages. If you live in Surrey or Berkshire you need to apply to your own authority.
Details of Frogmore Junior School's Admissions Policy and Appeals Timetable and Guidance can be found below.
For information about how we cater for children with special educational needs and disabilities, please read our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Policy and Accessibility Plan.
Published Admission Number (PAN) 67
How to apply
The main admissions round to enter Frogmore Junior School in Year 3 in September 2022 opens on 1 November 2022 and closes on 15 January 2023. The notification date for on-time applications is 17 April 2023. Late applicants will need to complete a Late paper application form available from the Academy or downloadable from the Hampshire County Council website.
Applications for other year groups or in-year admissions may be made online or by returning the form below to the school. Click here for further information about In-Year admissions from Hampshire County Council.
For admissions enquiries about Frogmore Junior School please contact the school office.
The Hampshire County Council admissions team can be contacted by telephone on 0300 555 1377
This provides notice that the GLF Trust Board has agreed a change to the admissions policies of all schools in the Trust for 2022 and 2023 to reflect that children who have been in state care outside of England, and ceased to be in care as a result of being adopted, must now be given the highest priority in oversubscription criteria, alongside looked after children and previously looked after children.This change comes into effect from 1 September 2022 and amends the admissions policies as already published for 2022 and 2023.