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Infant School

 Infant School Admissions - Reception

Thank you for considering St Martin’s C of E Schools for your child's education.

Please note that the St Martin's Pre-School is independently run and is not, nor has it ever been, a factor in determining priority for admission to the Infant School. You should also be advised 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 regarding admissions, please phone the school office on 01372 846930 or email admissions@stmartinsepsom.school 

Admissions to Reception in September 2024 - Late Applications

For children born between 1 September 2019 and 31 August 2020.

The application period for primary, infant and junior schools ended on 15 January 2024 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

Information to provide with your application

If you live inside the parishes of St Martin's, Christchurch or St Barnabas, you do not need to complete the supplementary form.

If you live outside the parishes of St Martin's, Christchurch or St Barnabas but are on the church roll, we ask that you complete our supplementary information form and return it to the school when you provide your application for a place.

If you are not sure of the boundaries, please click here to see a map. You can also use the Church of England parish finder.

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens when I apply mid-year for a place at St Martin’s School?

Your application is processed, and you will be offered a place if there is one available.  If we are full in the year group you require, you will be added to a Waiting List.  Waiting Lists are ranked according to each school’s admission criteria.

How will I find out what position we are on the Waiting List?

At the time you are added to the Waiting List we will confirm your position on the Waiting List, but this position can move up and down.  You can then call or e-mail to enquire where you are on the Waiting List.

Can my child go down the list as well as up the list and why?

Your child’s position on a Waiting List may go down as well as up, for example, if other children with greater priority according to the school’s admission criteria are added to the list.

Date of Birth - Intake Dates
  • 1st Sept 2016 to 31st Aug 2017 - Current Year 2
  • 1st Sept 2017 to 31st Aug 2018 - Current Year 1
  • 1st Sept 2018 to 31st Aug 2019 - Current Early Years
  • 1st Sept 2019 to 31st Aug 2020 - start in Sept 2024
  • 1st Sept 2020 to 31st Aug 2021 - start in Sept 2025
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 2023, 1.391km (0.86 miles) PAN 90
  • April 2022, 1.553km (0.97 miles) PAN 90
  • April 2021, 1.420km (0.88 miles) PAN 90
  • April 2020, 3.621km (2.25 miles) PAN 90
  • April 2019, 1.771km (1.10 miles) PAN 90
  • April 2018, 1.647km (1.02 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

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.