Southfield Primary School

Admissions

Southfield Primary School is a two-form entry school with a nursery.

Nursery Admissions

Nursery places are allocated in accordance with the local authorities admission criteria. If you are interested in your child attending our nursery for the next academic year, an application form can be found below.

In our nursery, we offer 40 part-time places (15 hours per week) and 10 full-time places (conditions apply).

Morning session:  8.45 - 11.45

Afternoon session: 12.30 - 15.30

We accept children into nursery the term after their third birthday and as long as we have vacancies. Children should be toilet trained.

Application form for Nursery 2020-21

Please complete this and return it to the school office by post or email to admin@southfield.ealing.sch.uk

In the event of our nursery being oversubscribed, your child will remain on our waiting list until a place becomes available.

A place in our nursery does not guarantee a place in our reception.

Reception Admissions

The Local Authority is responsible for allocating places for Southfield Primary School.

If you have questions about your child’s application, contact the Ealing Council School Admissions team on 020 8825 5511 (open Monday to Friday,  9.00 - 12.00).

Parents must apply directly to the council that you are living in at the time of application, regardless of the borough which the school is in.

The deadline for academic year 2020-21 is 15th January 2020.

Please do not hesitate to contact the school on 020 8994 6173 or email admin@southfield.ealing.sch.uk if you have any queries.

In-Year Admissions

The process and contact details are the same as above, however, there is no deadline for in-year admission applications.

Please feel free to contact the school on 020 8994 6173 to arrange a visit prior to submitting an application.

For further information on admissions criteria and applying, please see below.

Admissions policy

Admissions policy 2020-21

Admissions Policy 2019-20

Applying for Primary School Places