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The registration period for primary school admissions in 2022 is now open

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Tuesday 05 October 2021

Parents and carers in Guernsey, Herm and Alderney are now able to register their children for a place in their catchment primary school to start in September 2022.

Children due to start school in September 2022 must be registered before 3pm on Friday 17th December 2021. Registrations received after this period will be assigned a lower priority if spaces are limited.

All children who reach the age of 5 before the 1st September in any particular year are required to attend school, or to receive alternative education provision, from the beginning of the school term after their 5th birthday unless they are exempt under the law. Children who reach the age of four on or before 31st August may also start school from the beginning of the academic year if spaces are available at the school.

Children who are baptised catholic may be registered at one of the two voluntary catholic primary schools, Notre Dame du Rosaire Catholic Primary School or St Mary & St Michael Catholic Primary School.

Application forms for each primary school (including the catholic schools) are available from www.gov.gg/schooladmissions, as well as the school themselves. The Primary School Admissions policy is also available from the same web page. If you are unsure of your catchment area, please go to www.gov.gg/catchmentareas where you will be able to identify which catchment area you live in based on your postcode.

The completed application forms for children seeking places in Reception in September 2022 should be returned to the relevant catchment or catholic school. For those registering for Year 1, completed applications forms and supporting documentation should be sent directly to Education Resources & Estates Management at Sir Charles Frossard House.

In addition to the application forms, the following items also need to be provided:

Parents and carers are able to make an application for their child to attend a school that is not their catchment school. They must still apply to their catchment school in addition to sending a PC-OCAPS request form to Education Resources. Further information on how to make an Out of Catchment request is available at www.gov.gg/schooladmissions.

It is vital that children are registered for a school place by Friday 17th December 2021 as the year group sizes can influence the resources allocated to each primary school. It is expected that parents/carers will be informed by Education Resources of their child's allocated primary school by the end of the Spring Term (7th April 2022).

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