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If you would like your child to attend our school, please see full details of our admission arrangements below.

To contact the BCC Admissions & Transport Team

 

 

  • Use the BCC Contact Us form (www.buckscc.gov.uk/contactadmissions) which also provides FAQs to help answer popular queries, and enables us to collect all the information needed to answer a parent’s question more quickly. Depending on the query we may either respond by email or we may ring them.

 

  • Visit your local Library who will be happy to help with accessing the BCC website.

Nursery School Admissions

 

Admissions to the Nursery School should be made directly to the School Office, Chalfont St Giles Infant School and Nursery, School Lane, Chalfont St Giles, Bucks, HP8 4JJ. 

 

Pupil admission numbers are 30 in total for the morning nursery sessions.

 

Tel: 01494 872160 or Email: infantoffice@csgvillageschool.org for further details.

Infant School and Junior School Admissions

 

Application for all Infant School and Junior School places are dealt with by the Admissions Team at Buckinghamshire County Council (Bucks CC or BCC), County Hall, Aylesbury.

 

Although both schools are working together as a hard federation, there are still separate admission processes for each school. 

 

Chalfont St Giles Infant School - 2 form entry - school is allocated up to 60 places by the admissions process. Pupil admission numbers are 30 per class.

 

An Infant School Open Day and a Junior School Open Day are held in October in the Autumn Term.

 

Chalfont St Giles Junior School - 2 form entry - school is allocated up to 60 places by the admissions process. Pupil admission numbers are 30 per class.

 

Places are allocated using criteria which include residence in the school’s catchment area, distance from school and whether or not the child already has a sibling attending the school. Chalfont St Giles Junior school has links with Chalfont St Giles Infant School which is factored into the admissions process. More information can be obtained by contacting the Admissions Team at Bucks CC with regard to your child’s chances of being allocated a place. 

 

Full information on admissions procedures for Primary and Secondary schools plus details of catchment areas and open days can be found on the Bucks County Council Admissions & Moving Schools page. 

Moving up to Secondary School

 

Application for Secondary School places are dealt with by the Admissions Team at Buckinghamshire County Council (Bucks CC or BCC), County Hall, Aylesbury.


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