Hi! Welcome to Offham, we are so excited that you have chosen to take a look at our school website and to find out more about our school. We know that choosing the right school for your child for September 2022 will feel very daunting. Here at Offham we want to help you as much as we can. We have therefore added lots of useful information to this page. We will be updating this regularly so please do check back often. We are also always on the end of the phone, so if you would like to find out more please don't hesitate to give us a ring. We really hope that you will fall in love with our little school and we hope to see you at Offham soon!
Please click on the picture below to see a video all about our school
Click on the picture to watch their film!
Use the below Powerpoint links to listen to the presentation Mrs John, our headteacher, would have made at each of our 2021 Open Morning for Prospective parents. We have broken the presentations, which are voiced over by Mrs John, into short chunks for easier digestion as there is lots of additional information all about Offham included within. We hope that you find the presentation useful.
We are currently full in all our Classes, however parents can apply to go onto our in-year waiting list or in exceptional circumstances can appeal for us to take their child over PAN in Key Stage 2 (year's 3-6). For more information please email Mr Tim Salter our Admissions Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org
Offham is a one form entry school and so has 30 places available.
Our oversubscription criterion is as follows:
Current family association (sibling) - “Siblings” means children who live as brother and/or sister in the same house, including natural brothers/sisters, adopted siblings, step brothers/sisters and foster brothers/sisters.
This link will stand if the family have continued to live at the same house as when the
older sibling was admitted OR if the family have moved, but are still within 2 miles of
The child’s home address is considered to be a residential property that is the child’s only or main residence and not an address at which the child may stay during the week such as a friend’s, grandparent’s or childminder’s home; it can be owned, leased or rented by the child’s parent, parents or guardian.