Moving to a secondary school can be both exciting and daunting for a child and their parents. We realize that you and your child may have a long list of questions, worries and concerns which we hope the information we provide on joining St Paul's and our Transition programme will answer and provide reassurance.
All the staff at St Paul's work hard to guide and support our new students so that they can cope with the challenges joining a new school presents, to allow them to settle-in quickly and make new friends, develop good learning habits, start making good academic progress and ultimately be happy in their new environment.
If you have any questions or concerns about the transition process please do not hesitate to contact Mrs Lisa Newton, Admissions Officer, at the number outlined.
Our prospectus is available to view online, please follow the link at the bottom of the page.
Please apply to Surrey County Council, School Admissions – In Year Admissions.
The school's Admissions Policy is available via 'Admissions Downloads' and the Supplementary Information Form is available to download below if you would like to apply for a place.
In accordance with statutory requirements please find under 'Admissions Downloads' the Admission Arrangements that we are consulting on and the Governing Body proposes to publish for 2024/2025 academic year. Our consultation runs from 8 November until 20 December 2022, please send any queries to email@example.com.
We are proposing the following changes:
Appeals for September 2022 resulting from year of entry or transfer applications.
Appeals lodged by
Appeals to be heard by
1 March 2023
29 March 2023
15 June 2023 (40 School days)
NB: Appeals will not start being heard until after the relevant closing date has passed. Appeals lodged after these dates will be heard within 40 school days of the appeal deadline or 30 school days of being lodged, whichever is the later date.
The parish boundaries for the Upper Thames Deanery listed in the admissions criteria can be found using the web links below:
"Pupils enjoy lessons that are fun, develop their curiosity and encourage them to take pride in their achievement”.
Ofsted - December 2017