Entry to Reception

Places for the Reception Classes are offered a year and a half in advance of entry.  Registered siblings and the children of staff and ex-pupils have priority for entry to the Reception Classes and then places will be offered in order of “age of the child at registration,” that is, the time elapsed between the date of birth and the date of registration in years, months and days.  Please note that confirmation of registration is not a guarantee of a place at the school.

We recommend registration as soon as possible after the birth of the child.

Places for Reception entry in September 2020 have now been filled.  Registrations for Reception entry in September 2021 are now closed.

Entry to Years 1 to 6

A few occasional places may become available for entry into Years 1 to 6. Children wishing to enter the school in these year groups must be registered by November of the previous year and will then be invited to attend an assessment in January for entry the following September.  For further details, please contact the Registrar.

Registration Process

Please complete the Hornsby House School Registration Form and return it to:

The Registrar
Hornsby House School
Hearnville Road
London SW12 8RS

together with your Registration Fee of £100, payable to Hornsby House School. The registration fee can be paid by BACS, details of which are on the registration form.

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Offer Process

Places for the Reception Classes are offered a year and a half in advance of entry.  If your child is offered a place, confirmation of this will be made upon receipt of £2,500, payable a year and a half in advance of your child’s entry.  This deposit is not refundable if your child fails to take up a place at the school.  The deposit will form part of the general funds of the school until it is credited without interest to the final payment of fees, or other sums due to the school on your child’s leaving.

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