"And as you wish that others would do to you, do so to them."

Luke 6:31

How have you been a good friend today?

"Love is more important than anything else. It's what ties everything completely together."

Colossians 3:14

How did God show his love for the world?
How do you show your love for others?
What can you do today to show love to other people?

'God said to human beings, "Fill the earth with people and look after it. Care for all that I have made."'

Genesis 1:27

What is our responsibility to care for God's world?
How can I behave responsibly today?
Who relies on me to act responsibly?

"I am the Lord your God. I am holding your hand, so don't be afraid."

Isaiah 41:13

How was Jesus courageous?
What helps people to be courageous?
How have you shown courage today?

"It is better to be honest and poor than dishonest and rich."

Proverbs 16:8

Why is it important to be honest?

"Try to earn the respect of others."

Romans 12:17, paraphrase

Who do you respect and why?
What sort of behaviour earns respect?
What do you do to show you respect someone?

Junior School Admissions for Year Three

Thank you for considering St Martin’s C of E Voluntary Aided Schools for your child's Key Stage Two education.

Please note that, even though we are Federated, children who attend the Infant School will need to apply to the Junior School to move on to Year Three.

If you have any queries about admissions that are not covered on this page, or you would like to arrange a tour of the schools, please contact the school office by phone: 01372 720337 or by emailing: admissions@stmartinsepsom.school

Admissions to Year 3 in September 2020 - Late Applications

The application period for primary, infant and junior schools ended on 15 January 2020 and so subsequent applications will now be classed as a late admission. 

Further information can be found on Surrey County Council's website or by calling 0300 200 1004

Admissions to Year 3 in September 2020

By now you will have received notification of the outcome of your child’s application for a junior school place for September 2020.

Accepting or Declining your Offer - Once you have been offered a school place, you must accept or decline it by 30 April 2020. If you don't, the offer may be withdrawn. If you applied online you can reply online. If you applied by paper, you will need to return the reply slip by post.
Surrey Admissions strongly recommend you accept the place you are offered, even if this is not for the school you wanted. This will ensure your child has a school place in September. You can then go on waiting lists for other schools or appeal.
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.

Waiting Lists - We are sorry if your application to St. Martin’s Junior School was not successful. The last place allocated on distance on 16 April 2020 was 0.88km (0.55 miles) from St Martin’s Schools.
If St Martin’s Junior School was a higher preference on your form than the school you have been offered your child will automatically be placed on our waiting list. If you did not put St Martin’s Junior School on your preference form but would now like to be placed on our waiting list please contact the office in writing or by email. At this stage we are unable to tell you the position of your child on our waiting list; we should be able to provide this information during the second week of May. Your child’s name will remain on our waiting list until the end of the academic year 2020/21 (July 2021).

Appeals - If your child is not allocated a place at our school, you have the right to appeal. The letter you receive telling you that admission has been refused will also contain information on how to appeal. It is advisable to consider alternative schools for your child, as only a very small minority of the appeals that are considered by Appeal Panels are successful. Officers at the Surrey Schools and Childcare Service (Tel No. 0300 200 1004) can assist you with queries on alternative schools in your area. As a Voluntary Aided School, our Governing Body is responsible for handling our appeals alongside Surrey County Council. If you wish to lodge an appeal, please contact Mrs O’Rourke in writing or by email for full details and to request Appeal Papers. The Surrey County Council website also contains useful information. Our appeals timetable can be viewed here.

Details on how all Surrey infant, junior and primary school places were allocated will be available on the Surrey County Council's schools directory as soon as possible after the allocation.

If you have any further queries regarding admissions to St Martin’s Junior School please email admissions@stmartinsepsom.school and we will reply to your email as soon as possible. Please bear with us during this busy time.

Admissions Policies

Please view the policies below to access the criteria that we use when making a decision in regards to a child acquiring a place at the school.

 Admissions Policy Juniors 2019-2020.pdfDownload
 Admissions Policy Juniors 2020-2021.pdfDownload
 Admissions Policy Juniors 2021 -22.pdfDownload
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When Will My Child Start In Year 3?

  • Born 1st Sept 2011 to 31st Aug 12, current Year 3
  • Born 1st Sept 2012 to 31st Aug 13, start in Sept 20
  • Born 1st Sept 2013 to 31st Aug 14, start in Sept 21

Places Allocated on Distances in the Past:

These distances are provided as a guide only and hold no guarantee that we will be able to offer the same distance in the future

  • April 2020 – 0.88 km (0.55 miles) PAN 90
  • April 2018 – 0.32 km (0.20 miles) PAN 90
  • April 2017 – 0.41 km (0.254 miles) PAN 90
  • April 2016 – 1.96 km (1.218 miles) PAN 90 

Did you know that Surrey County Council has a useful tool to find the distance from home to school? Search Surrey's Find a School tool to find out more