Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School, Roehampton is a voluntary aided school in the Diocese of Southwark. It is in the trusteeship of the Diocese. The school is conducted by its Governing Body as part of the Catholic Church in accordance with its Trust Deed and Instrument of Government, and seeks at all times to be a witness to Jesus Christ. The school exists primarily to serve the Catholic community and Catholic children always have priority of admission. However, the Governing Body welcomes all applications, particularly from those of other denominations and faiths who support the religious ethos of the school.
Having consulted with the Local Authority and other admission authorities, the Governors intend to admit into the reception class, in September 2019 up to 60 pupils without reference to ability or aptitude.
In addition to the Common Application Form (CAF) supplied by the Local Authority, the Supplementary Information Form available from the school, must be completed and sent to the Headteacher at the school not later than the closing date published by the Local Authority. This should be done even if the CAF is completed online. If the Supplementary Information Form is not completed, the Governing Body of the school will only be able to consider the application after all applicants who have completed a Supplementary Information Form. You are advised to make two copies of the forms. You should retain one copy and pass the second copy to the school or your priest, as indicated.
A full copy of our current admissions policy is available below, along with the various supplementary forms.
Please note, the Governing Body Trust is proposing introducing a new admissions tiebreak criterion for 2020/21. A consultation document can be found below. The consultation period will be open for 6 weeks from Monday 3rd December 2018 to Monday 14th January 2019; we invite comments from interested parties (details within document).