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SCHOOLS' INFORMATION

Preferences for Sept 2011 Number Offered 2011

Type D f E of Additional No School form (see

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Exceptional

Nearest School

Centrally Offered

Siblings

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Address

Age Range

Headteacher/ Principal Mrs S Sayers

School contact details

PAN 2012

Barnsbury Primary School 936/ 3942 Beaufort Community Primary School Broadmere Community Primary School Brookwood Primary School 936/ 2270 Byfleet Primary School 936/ 2271 Goldsworth Primary School 936/ 2943 The Hermitage School 936/ 2341 Horsell Church of England (Aided) Junior School Horsell Village School 936/ 2489 Kingfield School 936/ 2933 C C 936/ 3416 C C C C 936/ 2942 936/ 2926 C

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Almond Avenue Barnsbury Woking GU22 0BB Kirkland Avenue Goldsworth Park Woking GU21 3RG Devonshire Avenue Sheerwater Woking GU21 5QE Connaught Road Brookwood GU24 0HF King's Head Lane Byfleet KT14 7AT Bridge Barn Lane Woking GU21 6NL Oakwood Road St Johns Woking GU21 8UU Meadway Drive Horsell Woking GU21 4TA Church Hill Horsell Woking GU21 4QQ Kingfield Road Woking GU22 9EQ

4-11 Mrs T Nowell 4-11 Mrs T Cahillane 4-11 + (Executive) Nursery Mrs J Green 4-11 Mrs M Stevens 4-11 Mrs P Alexander 4-11 Ms K Knight 7-11 Mrs J Steele 7-11 Mrs E Cooper 4-7 Mrs F Nicholson 4-11 + Nursery

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Tel: 01483 763114 Fax: 01483 740780 e: [email protected] w: www.barnsbury.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs V Kruger Tel: 01483 474986 Fax: 01483 799904 e: [email protected] w: www.beaufort.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs K Cundy Tel: 01932 343747 Fax: 01932 352120 e: [email protected] w: www.broadmere.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs T Francis Tel: 01483 473315 Fax: 01483 598304 e: [email protected] w: www.brookwood.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs M Cook Tel: 01932 403116 Fax: 01932 410201 e: [email protected] w: www.byfleet.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs D Parry Tel: 01483 771321 Fax: 01483 757084 e: [email protected] w: www.goldsworth.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs M Stanley Tel: 01483 472047 Fax: 01483 472313 e: [email protected] w: www.hermitage.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs L Digling Tel: 01483 761531 Fax: 01483 776210 e: [email protected] w: www.horsell-junior.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs J Benton Tel: 01483 714804 Fax: 01483 769670 e: [email protected] w: www.horsell-village.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs R Cheke Tel: 01483 761885 Fax: 01483 727563 e: [email protected] w: www.kingfield.surrey.sch.uk Enquiries to: Mrs F Nicholson

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Preferences for Sept 2011 Number Offered 2011

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Headteacher/ Principal Mr K Davies

School contact details

PAN 2012

Knaphill School 936/ 2274 Knaphill Lower School 936/ 2406 The Marist Catholic Primary School Maybury Primary School 936/ 2275 New Monument School 936/ 2492 The Oaktree School 936/ 2373 Pyrford Church of England (Aided) Primary School 936/ 3934 C C C 936/ 3458 C C

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High Street Knaphill Woking GU21 2QH Chobham Road Knaphill Woking GU21 2SX Old Woking Road West Byfleet KT14 6HS Walton Road Woking GU21 5DW Alpha Road Woking GU22 8HA Gorsewood Road St Johns Woking GU21 8WT Coldharbour Road Pyrford Woking GU22 8SP Onslow Crescent Woking GU22 7AX Five Oaks Close St Johns Woking GU21 8TU Victoria Road Knaphill, Woking GU21 2AS

7-11 Mrs A Kalfayan 4-7 + Nursery Mr N Lewin 4-11 Mrs E Smart 4-11+ Nursery Mrs T Cahillane 4-11 + (Executive) Nursery Mrs G Alder 4-7 Mrs K Krynicki 4-11 Mrs J Birch 4-11 Mrs T Bullen 4-11 Mrs C Parker 4-11 + Nursery

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St Dunstan's Catholic Primary School 936/ 3920 St Hugh of Lincoln Catholic Primary School St John's Primary School 936/ 2278 936/ 3488

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Siblings

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Address

Age Range

Headteacher/ Principal Mrs H Austin

School contact details

PAN 2012

St Mary's Church of England (Controlled) Primary School, Byfleet Sythwood Primary School

936/ 3042 936/ 2496

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Hart Road Byfleet KT14 7NJ Sythwood Horsell Woking GU21 3AX Camphill Road West Byfleet KT14 6EF Camphill Road West Byfleet KT14 6EF Bonsey Lane Westfield Woking GU22 9PR

4-11 + Nursery Mrs S Tresilian 4-11 + Nursery Mrs S James 4-7 Miss L Lawrence Mrs K Hing 4-11

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West Byfleet Infant School 936/ 2279 West Byfleet Junior School 936/ 2491 Westfield Primary School 936/ 2941 C C C

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The Hermitage School

Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered Criteria for 2012

ADMISSIONS CRITERIA FOR COMMUNITY AND VOLUNTARY CONTROLLED SCHOOLS WITH ADMISSION ARRANGEMENTS TO MEET LOCAL NEED

1 LAC. 2 Exceptional Arrangements. 3 Children attending The Oaktree Infant School. 4 Siblings not admitted under criterion 3. 5 Any other applicant. Category 1 = 1, Category 2 = 0, Category 3 = 82, Category 4 = 3, Category 5 = 3, Distance = 1.20km, SEN = 1 Offered 90 1 LAC. 2 Exceptional Arrangements. 3 Children attending The Oaktree Infant School. 4 Siblings not admitted under criterion 3. 5 Any other applicant. 1 LAC. 2 Exceptional Arrangements. 3 Children attending Knaphill Lower School. 4 Siblings not admitted under criterion 3. 5 Any other applicant. Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 1, Category 3 = 86, Category 4 = 1, Category 5 = 2, Distance = 2.29km, SEN = 0 Offered 1 LAC. 2 Exceptional Arrangements. 3 Children attending Knaphill Lower School. 4 Siblings not admitted under criterion 3. 5 Any other applicant. 1 LAC. 2 Exceptional Arrangements. 3 Children attending West Byfleet Infant School. 4 Siblings not admitted under criterion 3. 5 Any other applicant. Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 0, Category 3 = 56, Category 4 = 2, Category 5 = 1, Distance = 0.34km, SEN = 1 Offered 60 1 LAC. 2 Exceptional Arrangements. 3 Children attending West Byfleet Infant School. 4 Siblings not admitted under criterion 3. 5 Any other applicant.

Knaphill School

Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered Criteria for 2012

West Byfleet Junior School

Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered Criteria for 2012

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ADMISSIONS CRITERIA FOR ACADEMIES AND FOUNDATION, TRUST AND VOLUNTARY AIDED SCHOOLS

1 LAC. 2 MED or social needs. 3 Children who are themselves, or whose parents are actively involved in the work and worship of the Parish Church in Horsell. 4 Siblings at the date of admission. 5 Children currently attending Horsell Village School. 6 Children who are themselves, or whose parents are actively involved in the work and worship of other churches and faiths, and who are seeking a Church of England education. 7 Children whose parents are seeking a Church of England education. Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 0, Category 3 = 12, Category 4 = 28, Category 5 = 44, Category 6 = 1, Category 7 = 4, Distance = 1.55km, SEN = 1 Offered 90 1 LAC. 2 MED or social needs. 3 Children who are themselves, or whose parents are, actively involved in the work and worship of the Parish Church in Horsell. 4 Siblings at the date of admission. 5 Children currently attending Horsell Village School. 6 Children who are themselves, or whose parents are, actively involved in the work and worship of other churches and faiths, and who are seeking a Church of England education. 7 Children whose parents are seeking a Church of England education. 1 Baptised Catholic LAC. 2 Baptised Catholic siblings at time of admission. 3 Baptised Catholic children of committed Catholic families who practise in the Parish of Our Lady Help of Christians, West Byfleet and the Italian Chaplaincy of West Byfleet Parish. 4 Other Baptised Catholic children of committed practising Catholic families. 5 Non-Catholic LAC. 6 Non-Catholic siblings. 7 Children of committed practising Christian parents resident in the Parish. 8 Children of committed practising religious parents resident in the Parish. 9 Other children. Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 24, Category 3 = 21, Distance = 1.29km, Category 4 = 0, Category 5 = 0, Category 6 = 0, Category 7 = 0, Category 8 = 0, Category 9 = 0, SEN = 0 Offered 45 1 Baptised Catholic LAC. 2 Baptised Catholic children with exceptional and compelling medical or social needs. 3 Baptised Catholic brothers and sisters of practising Catholic Parent(s), who have an older baptised Catholic sibling attending the school at the commencement of the academic year that they start school. 4 Baptised Catholic children of practising Catholic parent(s) who reside in the Parish of Our Lady Help of Christians, West Byfleet. 5 Other Baptised Catholic children of practising Catholic parent(s). 6 Non-Catholic LAC. 7 Non-Catholic brothers and sisters who have an older sibling attending the school at the commencement of the academic year that they start school. 8 Children of practising Christian parent(s) and catechumens resident in the Parish. 9 Children of practising religious parent(s) resident in the Parish. 10 Other children. 1 LAC. 2 MED or social need. 3 Siblings at time of admission. 4 Children whose permanent residence is within the geographical boundary of the Parish of Wisley with Pyrford. 5 Children whose permanent residence is outside the geographical boundary of the parish of Wisley with Pyrford but who worship regularly and are on the electoral roll of Anglican churches a) in the Parish of Wisley with Pyrford. b) Elsewhere, for whom Pyrford would be their nearest C of E school. 6 Children whose parents wish them to attend this church school. Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 0, Category 3 = 28, Category 4 = 32, Distance = 1.34km, Category 5a = 0, 5b = 0, Category 6 = 0, SEN = 0 Offered 60 1 LAC. 2 MED or social need. 3 Siblings at time of admission. 4 Children whose permanent residence is within the geographical boundary of the Parish of Wisley with Pyrford. 5 Children whose permanent home address is outside the geographical boundary of the parish of Wisley with Pyrford but at least one of whose parents worship regularly at, and is on the electoral roll of, an Anglican church: a) in the Parish of Wisley with Pyrford. b) elsewhere, for whom Pyrford would be their nearest C of E school. 6 Children whose parents wish them to attend this church school.

Horsell Church of England (Aided) Junior School Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered

Criteria for 2012

The Marist Catholic Primary School Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered

Criteria for 2012

Pyrford Church of England (Aided) Primary School Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered

Criteria for 2012

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ADMISSIONS CRITERIA FOR ACADEMIES AND FOUNDATION, TRUST AND VOLUNTARY AIDED SCHOOLS (Contd)

1 Baptised Catholic LAC. 2 Baptised Catholic MED. 3 Baptised Catholic children with a sibling on roll on 1st September 2011. 4 Baptised Catholic children who worship or reside in St Dunstan's Parish, Priority within this category will be based on the frequency with which one or both parents practise their faith as certified by their parish priest. 5 Other Baptised Catholic children, priority within this category will be based on frequency with which one or both parents practise their faith as certified by their parish priest. 6 Other LAC. 7 Christian baptised in an Orthodox Church, priority within this category will be based on the frequency with which one or both parents practise their faith as certified by their parish priest. 8 Children of practising Christian parents as certified by their religious minister. 9 Other siblings. 10 Children of practising religious parents (if supported by their religious leader). 11 Others. Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 0, Category 3 = 28, Category 4 = 32, Category 5 = 0, Category 6 = 0, Category 7 = 0, Category 8 = 0, Category 9 = 0, Category 10 = 0, Category 11 = 0, SEN = 0 Offered 60 1 Baptised Catholic LAC. 2 Baptised Catholic MED or social needs. 3 Baptised Catholic children with a sibling on roll on 1st September 2012. 4 Baptised Catholic children who worship or reside in St Dunstan's Parish. Priority within this category will be based on the frequency with which one or both parents practise their faith as certified by their parish priest. 5 Other Baptised Catholic children. Priority within this category will be based on frequency with which one or both parents practise their faith as certified by their parish priest. 6 Other LAC. 7 Children baptised in an Orthodox Church. Priority within this category will be based on the frequency with which one or both parents practise their faith as certified by their parish priest. 8 Children of practising Christian parents as certified by their religious minister. 9 Other siblings. 10 Children of practising religious parents (if supported by their religious leader). 11 Other children. 1 Baptised Catholic LAC. 2 Baptised Catholic children of committed practising Catholic families attending or living in the parish of St Hugh of Lincoln, Knaphill. 3 Baptised Catholic siblings at time of admission. 4 Other baptised Catholic children. 5 Other LAC. 6 Non Catholic siblings at time of admission. 7 Children of committed practising religious families (supported by their religious leader). 8 Other children whose parents wish them to attend St Hugh of Lincoln. Category 1 = 0, Category 2 = 28, Category 3 = 0, Category 4 = 2, Distance = 2.25km, Category 5 = 0, Category 6 = 0, Category 7 = 0, Category 8 = 0, SEN = 0 Offered 30 1 Baptised Catholic LAC. 2 Catholic children with proven medical or social needs. 3 Baptised Catholic children of committed practising Catholic families attending or living in the parish of St Hugh of Lincoln, Knaphill. 4 Other baptised Catholic children. 5 Other LAC. 6 Other Children with proven medical or social needs. 7 Children of committed practising religious families (if supported by their religious leader). 8 Other children whose parents wish them to attend St Hugh of Lincoln.

St Dunstan's Catholic Primary School Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered

Criteria for 2012

St Hugh of Lincoln Catholic Primary School Criteria for 2011 and numbers offered

Criteria for 2012

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