In Year Admissions
Our school admits 240 pupils into each year groups, Year 7 to Year 11.
When a parent or carer applies for a school place or requests to transfer to our schools for their child outside of normal admissions round, these applications are considered as ‘In-Year’ applications. Full details of this process are published in LBBD’s In-year admission booklet ‘Finding a school place – Issue 7’ which is available on the school’s and the council’s website.
Barking and Dagenham council co-ordinates admissions for in-year places to schools within their area. In the interest of safeguarding children, we participate in LBBD’s co-ordinated admissions scheme. By law, children aged between five and 16 must receive an education. This means that your child must continue to go to their current school while we and the School Admissions Team deal with your request for a school place.
All schools located in Barking and Dagenham take part in a co-ordinated admissions scheme. This means that you must list our school on the LBBD In-year common application form (ICAF), ranking it in the order you prefer. Parents may list up to three preferences and the LBBD School Admissions Team will offer your child one school place and, where possible, this will be the highest-ranked school on your list.