Admissions

Admissions at Winston


At The Winston Churchill School we understand how big the transition from primary to secondary school can be. We do all we can to make sure primary school pupils and their parents have all the information they need to make the right decision and feel safe and enjoy their new school.

Please Note: All applications must be completed through the Surrey County Council website Including those applying for a Specialist Academic or Music place (see below).

Tours and Prospectus

We invite you to visit Winston during the working day to see what makes Winston so special. Tours of the school will be available regularly between late September and October, up to half term and then there will be one a month.

Our prospectus can be downloaded here.

Applications for Year 7 Entry in September

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At the beginning of the Autumn Term the "Going to secondary school" leaflets (which explain how to apply online) will be delivered to primary schools. The schools will distribute the leaflets to Year 6 pupils 

Applying online is the most popular way to apply. The system is easy to use and we encourage all applicants to apply online.

If you would like a paper application form instead, contact Surrey County Council on 0300 200 1004. Make sure to read the information below to help you with the completion of  your application before you fill in the form.

Please see the admissions criteria for 2021-22 which can be found above in the 'Take me straight to' section. (If you are looking ahead for acdemic year in 2022-23 the Admission Criteria will be available in March 2021)

Parents are informed in March either by letter or email which school they have been allocated.
14 days are given from this date to either accept or decline a place. More information can be found on the Surrey County Council website.

The closing date for Secondary applications is 31st October each year. However, we strongly recommend that you submit your secondary application by the Friday before the half term holiday.

If you have any enquiries about admissions at The Winston Churchill School please contact our Admissions Officer,  Mrs Arthur, w.arthur@wcsc.org.uk or telephone 01483 485289

Specialist Academic or Music Applications (out of Priority area)

In addition to applications from inside our admissions area it is possible for Year 6 pupils, who live outside of the admissions priority area, to apply for a specialist Academic or Music place.  Applications can be made for both Music and Academic specialist places.

 

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Appeals

If you have been unsuccessful in gaining a place at The Winston Churchill School and you wish to lodge an appeal, please visit the Surrey Schools Appeals website for further information. The Surrey Appeals Service administers the appeal process for The Winston Churchill School.

Alternatively, please call the Surrey Schools Appeals Service on  020 8541 8092 or email surrey.schoolappeals@surreycc.gov.uk to request appeal papers.

School admission appeals timetable

In Year Transfers

If you wish to apply for admission for any year group other than Year 6/7 transfer please refer to the  current Admissions Criteria 2020-21  To make your application you will need to complete this 'In Year 'application form  and return it to The Admissions & Transport Team at Surrey County Council as instructed.
You should be aware that we are generally an over-subscribed school and there may not be any places available. If you wish to go on our waiting list please see details above.
If you are not offered a place, and you wish to appeal please contact our admissions officer Mrs Arthur on 01483 485289 or email w.arthur@wcsc.org.uk.
It should be pointed out that if your child has an EHCP (Education Health and Care Plan) and you wish to appeal, you need to apply through the Local Authority for admission as such cases cannot be heard at the school.

If you have any enquiries about admissions at The Winston Churchill School please contact our Admissions Officer,  Mrs Arthur, w.arthur@wcsc.org.uk or telephone 01483 485289