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South Farnborough Junior School



South Farnborough Junior School admits children from Year 3 to Year 6.  If you are unsure of which year group your child falls in to, you can check here

If you are considering applying for a place at South Farnborough Junior School, you may find the following information useful.  


For information on how to apply for a place, please visit the Hampshire County Council admissions webpage: 


Please click on the prospectus to view more information about our school.




Year 3 - Applying for a Junior School place 

If your child is in Year 2 and attends an infant school, you should apply for a Year 3 place at a junior school for September 2021


When do I apply for a 2021 Year 3 place?

  • Applications for Year 3 admissions open on Applications are now closed - you can make a late application, see the details below.
  • The deadline for submitting your application is CLOSED.
  • The national notification date for on-time applications is 16th April 2021.


How do I make a late application?

Applications received after the closing date above will not be processed until after all on-time applications have been considered.  Late applications will be considered alongside others on the waiting lists.

Timetable for late applications: 

  • Received after 15 January 2021 and before 16 April 2021 - Will be considered from 26th April 2021
  • Received on or after 16 April 2021 - Will be considered from 27th April 2021

How do I apply for an in-year transfer?

An in-year admission is when a child needs an immediate school place during the school year.

There are two main reasons for this. You might be moving house or unhappy with your child’s current school.


You can apply for an in-year place up to four weeks before the place is needed. Exceptionally, parents seeking an in-year place starting in September 2022 can apply from May 2022. These applications will be considered from June 2022.


To make an application, you may do so online via the Hampshire County Council website or contact the school for a paper copy, applications will then be processed by County admissions.  


Once received by the school, you will be notified in writing of the outcome and either be offered a place if there is one available or placed on a waiting list.  

How do I apply for a place in your resourced provision? 

To be eligible to join our resourced provision, children need an EHCP (Education Health Care Plan), and are allocated a place by Hampshire County Council's SEN team. Parents seeking more support for their child in school should speak to their school’s SENDCO in the first instance.

Am I in your catchment area? 

If you would like to check if you fall within our catchment area, please click here



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