Wendell Park Primary School

Cobbold Road, London W12 9LB

020 8743 1372

In 2017, Wendell Park achieved results above the national average for Reading, Writing and Mathematics for both children reaching their age related expectation and children working above their age.

Admissions

Admission to Nursery

The nursery provides 52 full time places. There is a single point of entry to the Nursery. Children requiring a nursery place may be offered a place between their third and fourth birthdays. Where there are more requests than places available, the school uses the selection criteria drawn up by the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham (see opposite, as for admission to Reception).

The decision as to whether your child will be admitted to the nursery is taken by the school and there is no right of appeal if your child is unsuccessful in getting a nursery place.

Nursery applications must be submitted directly to our School Office.

School Tours/visits

For admissions to Reception, group tours take place in Autumn each year. If you would like to visit the school, please phone the office to book for one of the tours - 020 8743 1372

Our next tours are:
DATES COMING SOON

Please remember that applications for Reception places must be completed online by 15th January 2018.

Admission to Reception

Admission to the Reception classes is managed by the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. By law a child must start school in the term after his or her 5th birthday. At Wendell Park, there is a single point of entry and children start school in the reception class in September, the autumn term.

Parents and carers are required to complete an application form for admission to the school, which is submitted to LBHF in January. Please click here to find out more and to complete your application. Places are allocated to children whose parents have expressed a preference for the school. If there are more applicants than places available at the school, places are allocated in accordance with the following criteria in order of priority to:

1. Children in public care (those looked after by a local authority under section 22 of the Children Act 1989).

2. Children defined as having a professionally supported exceptional educational, medical or social need for a particular school.

3. Children who have a brother or sister already in the school.

4. Children who live nearest to the school in terms of walking distance.

LBHF Admissions

The admissions team can assist you with any enquiries you may have in relation to school admissions. You can phone 9am - 2pm, Monday to Friday, on 020 7745 6432/6433/6434
Email: school.admissions@lbhf.gov.uk
Website: https://www.lbhf.gov.uk/children-and-young-people/schools-and-colleges/school-admissions/primary-school-admissions 

Updated September 2017

In-year admissions

When parents move into the area or wish to change their child's school, they should contact the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham for an application form, who will advise them whether a place is available in a particular year group.

If a place is available, the family will be invited to visit the school. The family will be shown around the school and asked to complete a number of information forms.

Where parents or carers are planning to remove their child from the school, the head teacher should be informed. Information about the child will then be passed on to the new school.

When children are in Year 6, preparations will begin for their transfer to secondary school.