Home Farm Primary School admits 60 children into the Reception class each year. The admissions authority for our school is the Alpha Trust. You can see further details of our admissions policies below.
Normal admissions round for children due to join Reception
All admissions for Reception class places starting in September each year are coordinated by the Local Authority. Applications open in November and close in the January prior to your child starting school. You can find further information about the specific dates for applications and a link to the online application form on the Essex County Council website.
Applications for school places outside the normal admissions round
All applications for a place at Home Farm Primary School outside of the normal admissions round should be made directly to the school, using the mid-year application form available below.
Application form to apply for a mid-year place at Home Farm Primary School.
Please send your completed form directly to the school at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you require a paper copy of the application form, please contact the school office. For applications into existing year groups, a place will be offered when the number of pupils in the relevant year group is below the admission number in that group.
Please note that for applications received during the school holidays, we will respond when the school reopens.
If a place is refused and you wish to be added to our waiting list, please email the school to confirm at email@example.com.
Appeals are coordinated by Essex County Council and further information can be found here.
Admissions Policy 2022-23
Admissions Policy 2023-24
Admissions Policy 2024-25
Starting in Reception in September 2022
You can see some of the information shared at our new parents evening here.
Information for Prospective Parents
You can find out more about us in our video.
Mr Potter's Q and A with prospective parents
In November 2020 Mr Potter met with prospective parents by Zoom for a question and answer session. You can see details of some of the questions asked here.