Admissions for Reception for September 2021
I am very sorry, but we are not able to invite parents into school to visit while we are under COVID-19 restrictions. On 1st October, we will post a video of the school and information to help you with your application.
Please read the information below very carefully so you are aware of what will be required if you wish to apply for a place for your child.
The Governing Body has sole responsibility for admissions to this school and admits 60 children to Reception class each school year.
To apply for a place at St Monica’s Catholic Primary School you must first complete an application form from the London Borough in which you live. If you live in the London Borough of Enfield, you can apply via www.enfield.gov.uk/admissions. You must also complete a Supplementary Information Form (SIF) which will be posted here in October 2020. A Certificate of Catholic Practice for practising Catholics is also required, (which can be obtained from your Parish Priest). The SIF and Certificate (if applicable) must be brought to the school office any time from 1st October 2020. If you child is Baptised Catholic, you must also bring to the school office, your child’s original Baptismal Certificate marked with the seal/stamp from the Church where the Baptism took place (photocopies cannot be accepted).
The Admissions Policy for 2020-21 can be viewed at St Monica’s Admissions Policy 2020 -21. The Policy for 2021 admissions will be posted here shortly. The categories remain unchanged from the 2020 version.
Please read the Admissions Policy Criteria and Notes very carefully as they explain the admissions process and how the Governing Body offer places to children.
In-year Admissions 2020-2021
If you wish to apply for a place on the waiting list for any year group, you must submit a Common Application Form from the Borough in which you live (for example via www.enfield.gov.uk/admissions). You must also complete a Primary SIF 2019 -20 and the Certificate of Catholic Practice (which can be obtained from your Parish Priest) and return all of these to the school; you can do this at any point in the year. If you are Catholic you must also bring to the school office, your child’s original Baptismal Certificate marked with the seal/stamp from the Church where the Baptism took place (photocopies cannot be accepted).
Our Admissions Policy can be read here St Monica’s Admissions Policy 2020 -21