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Taking first steps

to the best education

for your child

Taking first

steps to the

best education

for your child

Junior / Primary Admissions

Age 7+

Junior / Primary Admissions

Ages 7+

Small but important steps

Each and every stage of education is important to a child’s education. But the first steps can be crucial ones. They may feel like small steps at this very early stage of learning, but they can be the best steps that your child may take in life. It is now that they will learn to learn, that they will meet new children and make friends and that they will be most excited about their schooling.

If you find that you haven’t been offered a place in the school of your choice, I can help you with an Appeal. Each Appeal that I prepare is unique to you and your child and I spend time to understand every aspect of your case. We will work closely together with you on your Appeal, with the information you provide, information I source from your preferred school and information I obtain from other sources.

I shall use all of this to develop a case to present to the Appeal Panel as to why your child should be awarded a place at the Primary School of your choice.

Infant Schools for children aged 4+ have a limit to class sizes set by the Government and so an Appeal is not usually possible unless there has been maladministration.

Junior Schools, admitting children at 7+, do not have these legal limits, although they will have an Admission Policy which they will follow.

Primary Schools may be comprised of an Infant School and a Junior School, or might solely start at age 7+. Those schools who have an Infant section usually allow children to progress into the Junior section 'by right'. The Junior Section starts at age 7+ and may take extra children from outside the school in addition to those who attended the Infant section. Many Primary Schools only commence at age 7+.

You may wish to appeal for a place in a Primary School which commences with pupils at 7+ or for the Junior Section of a Primary School which takes extra pupils from outside.
 

Take your place

Small but important steps

Take your place

of primary school applicants are not offered their first choice of school (2023)

7.5%

Infant Schools for children aged 4+ have a limit to class sizes set by the Government and so an Appeal is not usually possible unless there has been maladministration.

 

Junior Schools, admitting children at 7+, do not have these legal limits, although they will have an Admission Policy which they will follow.

Primary Schools may be comprised of an Infant School and a Junior School, or might solely start at age 7+. Those schools who have an Infant section usually allow children to progress into the Junior section 'by right'. The Junior Section starts at age 7+ and may take extra children from outside the school in addition to those who attended the Infant section. Many Primary Schools only commence at age 7+.

You may wish to appeal for a place in a Primary School which commences with pupils at 7+ or for the Junior Section of a Primary School which takes extra pupils from outside.

Each and every stage of education is important to a child’s education. But the first steps can be crucial ones. They may feel like small steps at this very early stage of learning, but they can be the best steps that your child may take in life. It is now that they will learn to learn, that they will meet new children and make friends and that they will be most excited about their schooling.

If you find that you haven’t been offered a place in the school of your choice, I can help you with an Appeal. Each Appeal that I prepare is unique to you and your child and I spend time to understand every aspect of your case. We will work closely together with you on your Appeal, with the information you provide, information I source from your preferred school and information I obtain from other sources.

I shall use all of this to develop a case to present to the Appeal Panel as to why your child should be awarded a place at the Primary School of your choice.

"I am very pleased to let you know that all your efforts and support on appeal has helped us to get the best for our son. You are very professional and exceptional in providing your services with dedication and commitment, With your very great experience, you have helped and guided us on the whole appeal process. This has resulted in a successful appeal and it was not possible without you. Thank you very much from all of us."

Parent Testimonial

"This has resulted in a successful appeal and it was not possible without you."

Mr and Mrs K. (Cheltenham)

"I am very pleased to let you know that all your efforts and support on appeal has helped us to get the best for our son. You are very professional and exceptional in providing your services with dedication and commitment, With your very great experience, you have helped and guided us on the whole appeal process. This has resulted in a successful appeal and it was not possible without you. Thank you very much from all of us."

Parent Testimonial

This has resulted in a successful appeal and it was not possible without you."

Mr and Mrs K. (Cheltenham)

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0208 191 2023

enquiries@appealmyplace.uk 

7.5%

of Primary school applicants are not offered their first choice of school (2023)

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