Admission to Nursery/Main School
We offer 52 part-time places of 15 hours in the Nursery Classes.
Children can join the Nursery class at the beginning of the term following their third birthday if a place is available. Places are allocated from the waiting list held by the Early Years Foundation Stage Leader following the local authority guidelines for admission. Children are offered 5 sessions of 3 hours during the morning or afternoon. There is no statutory right of appeal for a place in the Nursery class.
Having a place in our Nursery class does not give an automatic entitlement to a place in the Reception class. Parents or carers must apply for a reception place through their Local Authority in the usual way.
We are delighted that you are considering Henwick Primary School for your child. Henwick is a two-form entry school which means that we can welcome 60 children into our Reception classes each year. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, we are currently not able to hold tours or open mornings of the school as we would normally. Please look through all the information on this page and on our website in general to get more of an understanding of our school.
To find out some general information about the Early Years at Henwick please look here.
If you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to contact us by email.
All Admissions for Reception are made through your Local Authority; click here for the Greenwich primary admissions page, but please be aware that if you do not live in Greenwich you must apply through your home Local Authority.
Primary School Admissions
Reception admissions process for entry in September 2022
|Stage of process||Date|
|Application period starts||1st September 2021|
|Closing date for applications||15th January 2022|
|Outcome of applications||19th April 2022|
|Deadline for accepting the offer||4th May 2022|
How to apply
The easiest way to apply is through the eAdmissions portal – it's quick, easy and secure - and it's the fastest way to hear the results.
If you would rather complete a paper form and live in Royal Greenwich, you must use the Royal Borough of Greenwich's common application form.
Get help with your application
The Families Information Service (FIS) offers support to parents and carers who may need help with the school admissions process. The service is available to everyone and provides:
- a wide range of information on local primary schools
- support in making informed and realistic preferences
- help in completing the relevant forms
- information about the appeals process.
If you have questions about which schools will best meet your child's academic and developmental needs, or require support in making your application, please contact FIS at firstname.lastname@example.org
If there are more applications than places available at a school, the admission authority for the school will use its admission criteria to decide which applicants should be offered a place.
Decisions about offers of places in community schools, such as Henwick Primary School, are the responsibility of the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
Applications for in-year admissions also need to be made directly to the Royal Borough of Greenwich. You can find out more about in-year admissions here.
For any queries, please contact the RBG school admission service on 020 8921 8043 or email email@example.com.
Greenwich School Admissions Service
Telephone: 020 8921 8043
Appeal an unsuccessful school application
You have the right to appeal if your child has been refused a place at any school you have applied for. The appeal process depends on the type of school. As we are a maintained school, you must use the Royal Borough of Greenwich’s appeal process.
More information on this process can be found here
A link to the School admission appeal form can be found here