On this page, you will find a variety of information supporting and addressing various points of transition across and out of school.
Whether that is transition into Brenzett and Year R, transition between the 'mini school' teams or transition onto another school, most often secondary school.
Information from Kent County Council on 'Admission to Secondary School in Kent 2019' is available below
If you apply online we will email you on 1 March 2019 after 4pm to tell you which school you have been offered. We cannot guarantee the exact time you will receive your email, this will depend on your email service provider.
You can also log in after 5pm on 1 March 2019 to view your offer online. If you need to reset your password you must use the email address you registered with.
If you apply by post we will send your offer by first class post on 1 March 2019.
Find out what to do after you get your offer.
Admission to Secondary School in Kent 2019
Frequently asked questions:
About Summer-born children
Children born between 1 April and 31 August are sometimes referred to as summer born children. They have the same right to defer entry as any other child. This means they must start school at the beginning of the April term if they wish to keep their offer. Where parents wish for their summer born child to defer entry until the start of Year 1, they must refuse their offered place, which may be offered to a different child, and then reapply through the In Year process during the last month of reception year.
For your child to start reception year in the following September, a full year after they were first entitled to start, you will need agreement from the admissions authority of the school. This is because a new application for a later admissions round would be needed for your child to be considered for a place to be taught outside of their age group and with a younger group of children. The admissions authority will make its decision taking into account the school admissions code and the advice of the headteacher.
To request admission to reception year outside of the normal age group, you should contact the Headteacher of each preferred school as early as possible during the application period for that child's date of birth. This will allow the school and admissions authority enough time to make a decision before the closing date.
You are not expected to provide evidence to support your request to defer your application, but where provided, it must be specific to the child in question. This might include medical or Educational Psychologist reports. There is no legal requirement for this medical or educational evidence to be secured from an appropriate professional, but failure to provide it may impede a school's ability to agree to defer admission.
You are required to complete an application for the normal point of entry at the same time, in case your request is declined. This application can be cancelled if the school agrees to accept your request for deferred entry into reception year the following year.
Deferred applications must be made by completing a Primary Common Application Form (RCAF) (PDF, 62.9 KB) to the local authority, with written confirmation from each named school attached. Deferred applications will be processed in the same way as all applications in the following admissions round, and offers will be made in accordance with each school's over subscription criteria.