Admissions

Please click here to view the Admissions Arrangements 2017-18 document

Please click here to view the Admissions Arrangements 2018-19 document

 Appeals Process 

 

St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Primary School is a Catholic voluntary aided school in the trusteeship of the Diocese of Westminster. The Governors consider that the greatest pastoral benefit from the education in a Catholic school is obtained by children who come from homes where the Catholic Faith is practised. Children who attend Mass regularly with their parents and who participate in the activities of the parish will derive the fullest benefit from the complementary influences of home, school and parish.

Preference will be given to baptised practising Catholic children whose application is accompanied by a Baptisimal Certificate, proof of date of birth, and a Certificate of Catholic Practice from the Parish Priest at the Church where the family usually worships. Verification of address may also be required.


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All pupils will be admitted without reference to ability or aptitude. Children are admitted to the reception class in the academic year (1st September to 31st August) during which they have their fifth birthday. There are sixty places in the reception year.

The Governing Body is the Admission Authority and as such is fully responsible for all admissions to the school. The school forms can be downloaded from the link below.

 

Please click here to view the Admissions Arrangements 2017-18 document

Please click here to view the Admissions Arrangements 2018-19 document

  

If you are applying for a Reception class place, you will also need to complete the Brent admissions form.  Please click here for further information about the Brent Admissions process.

For further information, please contact the school

St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Primary School, Goodson Road, Willesden, London, NW10 9LS

Telephone: 020 8965 5651   /   E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.