Appeals Timetable in accordance with the School Admissions Appeal Cod 2012 and The School Admissions (England)(Coronavirus) (Appeals Arrangements) (Amendment) Regulations 2021
Primary admission appeals to be heard between 7 June 2021 and 22 July 2021
a) Deadline for Lodging Appeals: 17 May 2021. Appeal forms received within the deadline will be heard between 7 June 2021 and 22 July 2021. We aim to hear all appeals lodged within the normal timescales before 22 July 2021, however some appeals may be heard during August.
b) Appellants will receive notice of the date of their appeal hearing at least 14 calendar days before the hearing date and, where possible, up to 21 calendar days ahead of the date.
c) Appellants must submit their additional evidence and the admission authority to submit their evidence at least 14 calendar days prior to the hearing date.
d) Decision letters will be sent to appellants within 7 calendar days of the hearing, or, where multiple appeals for a school are heard on more than one day within 7 calendar days of the last hearing day for that school.
To make an appeal use the online form which can be found here.
Notice date: 2 February 2021
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ADMISSIONS CRITERIA AND ARRANGEMENTS
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Furthest straight line distance for 2018 intake - 0.386 miles
Furthest straight line distance for 2019 intake - 0.382 miles
Furthest straight line distance for 2020 intake - 0.626 miles
To make an application for a place in any year group during the academic year (an in-year admission) click the link below. Once an application for an in-year place has been made, children will be placed on the relevant year group waiting list according to our published admissions criteria. Our waiting lists are maintained by Croydon Council School Admissions. Children on waiting lists are ranked according to the priority they have under our published admission criteria. Waiting lists do not operate on a ‘first come first served’ basis; if new applicants have a higher priority, they will be ranked higher than those who have been on the list for some time.
We do not have a nursery attached to St Peter's Primary School. You can find out information about Nursery and Pre-Schools here.
You can also search for childcare providers such as childminders here.