We currently have the following spaces for in-year admissions
1 space in Reception
1 space in Year 4
1 space in Year 6
If you would like any more information about in year admission or how to apply for one of these spaces, or how to go on the waiting list to be considered for a space in one of our other cohorts please email Mr Tim Salter on email@example.com
We apologise that, due to Coronavirus restrictions we are currently unable to offer tours of our school during the school day. We are in the process of producing a virtual prospectus for our school and will be able to make this available to parents and carers after the October half term break. From early November right up until January we will be offering after school tours with our headteacher, deputy headteacher or other member of our senior leadership team. These will be running from 4pm onwards for up to an hour. These tours will be restricted in the number of people we are able to show round and therefore will be asking interested parents to pre-book these nearer the time. To register an initial interest in a pre-booked small group tour please contact our school office.
Our school has changed a lot over the past year, however, please feel free to get a feel for our school by navigating around our '2018-19 virtual tour' below.
All information handed out and talked about at the prospective parent open mornings can be accessed by clicking the: Admissions to Reception link below.
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.