Applications for Entry to Year 7 in September 2022
For instructions on how to apply for a secondary school place for your child, please following the link attached. www.eadmissions.org.uk
Offers will be made to parents/carers by the LA of residence on 01 March 2022. Applicants who apply on time will receive an email after 5.00pm which will provide information on what to do next.
All applicants will be able to view the outcome of their application during the evening at www.eadmissions.org.uk
All offers must be accepted by parents/carers by 15 March 2022
If parents/carers are refusing a place at a Southwark school they must notify the LA or the school directly at firstname.lastname@example.org by the 15 March 2022.
After an offer of a place has been made, all applicants will be required to produce at least three pieces of documentary proof of residence, which includes the Council tax bill, child benefit letter and maybe a utility bill as determined by the school. The home address is the address at which the pupil lives permanently and full time as the principal residence. Failure to provide current proof of address to the school’s satisfaction will result in an offer of a place being withdrawn. Where a child has shared care and lives at more than one address the school is only able to accept one address. The documentary proof of residence, as determined by the school, must apply to this address. (proof of joint custody/shared living arrangements must be provided) Brother or sister is defined as a blood related, half, step, legally recognised foster or adopted child living at the same permanent address (as set out in our Admissions Policy).
If you are affected by the High Income Child Benefit charge and have decided to stop Child Benefit payments, HM Revenue and customs have confirmed that you can still request for a copy of your entitlement reward letter although your payments have stopped. This document is needed as part of the admissions process and must be supplied to secure an offer.
In Year Applications
Applications for places outside the normal round of admissions (in-year admissions) will be allocated in accordance with the school’s published admission criteria and processed as per Southwark’s agreed protocol. Please read the following carefully to ensure that you follow the correct procedure depending on your circumstances.
1.Transferring your child from one Southwark school to The Charter School North Dulwich
If your child is currently attending a Southwark school, and you plan to apply for a place at The Charter School North Dulwich, you must complete Southwark Council’s in year application form . You must then return the completed in-year application form directly to the school, via Email to: email@example.com
On receipt of your application you will be notified of the outcome in writing within 15 school days.
2. Making a new in year application to any Southwark school, including The Charter School North Dulwich
If your child is currently not attending a Southwark school (new arrivals into the borough and overseas applicants), and you'd like to apply for an in-year place at The Charter School North Dulwich, you must complete Southwark Council’s in year application form . You must then return the completed in year application form to Southwark, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org who will coordinate these applications. In this instance, if you have named The Charter School North Dulwich as your preferred school, we would request that you also notify our admissions officer email@example.com Please do not return your application or supporting documents by post as Southwark and the school will not be able to accept these.
For more information please visit: https://www.southwark.gov.uk/schools-and-education/school-admissions/in-year-admissions