In-year admissions

Notice for all in-year applicants on waiting lists for community schools

Please note that these waiting lists were cancelled at the end of July unless

  • your child was without a school place
  • you applied on or after 1 June
  • you refreshed your application in July by requesting to stay on the waiting list.

Please contact the in-year admissions team.

These pages provide advice for children needing a school place immediately in the school year 2013-14.

In-year admissions for school year 2013-14
From 1 September 2012 applicants can apply direct to the maintaining authority for their preferred schools. Ealing will continue to co-ordinate admission for all community schools and the majority of own admission authority schools in the borough.

SEN children
If your child has a statement of special educational need, please contact the SEN section. Please phone (020) 8825 5533 and they will assist you to obtain the most appropriate school place.

Children in public care
If your child is in public care (looked after child), please contact the in-year admissions team.

Children of year 6 age
If your child was born between 1 September 2002 and 31 August 2003 your child will be in year 6 in September 2013, please go the in-year primary school admissions page.

You will also need to apply for a secondary school place to start high school in September 2014, please go to the high school admissions page.  

Children of nursery or sixth form age
Please apply directly to nurseries or schools. For information on pre-school education and activities you can contact the Family Information Service. For information about Post 16 provision, please contact the Connexions service.

In-year primary school admissions
If your child was born between 1 September 2002 and 31 August 2009, you should apply for an in-year primary school place online.

In-year high school admissions
If your child was born between 1 September 1997 and 31 August 2002, you should apply for an in-year high school (from year 7 to 11) place online.

Fair access
For information on our fair access policy please read the fair access protocol 2012