In Year Applications for 2020/21
In Year Applications for 2020/21 are handled by our Admissions Officer, Mrs Rebecca Knight. In order to make an application for In Year Admission to Hoe Valley School, please complete the SMA Form (School Managed Application) in full and return it along with any required additional evidence to:
Mrs R Knight – Admissions Officer
Hoe Valley School
If you have any questions, please contact Mrs Rebecca Knight in the Admissions Office by email to email@example.com. You can also call directly on 01483 662627 option 3 for Admissions.
You can also access information and guidance on the general admissions process, both for Year 7 2021, and the in-year application process on Surrey County Council’s website here. Information on Secondary Schools in Surrey is also available through Surrey County Council here.
Entry for Year 7 in September 2021
Our Virtual Open Evening for admission to Year 7 in September 2021 will take place on Monday 5th October 2020. Please check back soon – more details will be published on our Virtual Event.
Hoe Valley will be admitting students into Year 7 in September 2021 as part of Surrey County Council’s coordinated arrangements. Therefore you will apply for a place through Surrey County Council using their online Common Application Form (CAF). Offers a made for on-time applications, by Surrey County Council on National Offers Day March 1st 2021. On National Offers Day parents/carers will be sent an email, or notification via the app ‘ParentComms’, with the outcome directly from Surrey County Council, usually from 5.00pm onwards. Applicants who applied on paper will be sent a letter via 1st class post. You must accept or decline your place with Surrey County Council by 15th March 2021. You are strongly recommended to accept the place you are offered, even if this is not for the school you wanted, as it will ensure your child has a school place in September. Accepting the offered place will not negatively affect your child’s position on any waiting lists for other schools, nor the outcome of any appeal. Declining the offer will not increase the chances of your child being offered a place at your preferred school. If you decline the offer and you have no alternative place you will be responsible for finding your child another school. The place you decline may be offered to another child so may not be available later if you change your mind. You are encouraged to provide a prompt response even if you wish to decline the offer. This will ensure that the place can be offered promptly to the next child on the waiting list and will prevent schools from having a vacancy for any longer than is necessary. If you do not respond to an offer, it will be withdrawn by Surrey County Council.
Full details of this process can be found on the SCC Website here https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/schools/admissions/secondary
Information on Secondary Schools in Surrey is also available through Surrey County Council here.
Our Admissions Policy for September 2021 admission can be downloaded here: Admissions Policy 2021-22
The Supplementary Information (Child of Founder) can be downloaded here: Supplementary Form Child of Founder 2021-22
The Supplementary Information (Child of Staff) can be downloaded here: Supplementary Form Child of Staff 2021-22
For admission to Year 7 from September 2021, Hoe Valley School as an Own Admission Authority, has increased the published admission number (PAN) from 120 to 150 as referred to in the above Admissions Policy for 2021-22.
Consultation on Admissions Arrangements for 2022-23
Hoe Valley School is consulting on proposed changes to its admissions arrangements for September 2022.
Full details of the consultation and the changes being proposed are included in the document below.
The change being proposed is as follows:
Removal of the nearest school as a criterion within the admissions arrangements for admissions from September 2022.
The consultation will run until Wednesday 23rd December 2020. As detailed in the attached document, responses to the consultation are welcome by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The admission arrangements for Surrey’s community and voluntary controlled schools for 2020 and Surrey’s primary and secondary coordinated schemes for 2021 were determined by Surrey’s Full Council. The following documents, which set out Surrey’s arrangements, are available in full on the Surrey County Council website: https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/schools-and-learning/schools/admissions/arrangements-and-outcomes/determined-arrangements