If you’re thinking of choosing Brookhurst School for your child you should find lots of useful information and links on this website. For starters, why not take a look at our prospectus!
If you have any questions that you cannot find answers too, please don’t hesitate to contact the school office, we are always happy to help.
If you would like to look around our school, please call the school office and we will arrange for a tour of the school at a convenient time for you. You will also have an opportunity to have an informal meeting with the Headteacher. We are happy for you to bring your child with you, or not, whatever suits.
If you would like your child to join Brookhurst, you need to register with Warwickshire Admissions: 01926 742037
More information on Admissions
If you live in Warwickshire and your child is due to start school or transfer to primary/secondary school in September 2017, it is now possible for you to apply online at www.warwickshire.gov.uk/admissions. For further information please contact the School Admissions Department on 01926 742037 or 01926 742047.
As our school is a community school, the school determines the admission arrangements in agreement with the LEA. The LEA is therefore the ‘Admissions Authority’ for our school. The regulations for entry to each school, where the Admissions Authority is the LEA, are published each year by the LEA. Parents can receive a copy of these regulations directly from the LEA.
The LEA publishes a composite admissions prospectus each year, which gives information about how parents can apply for a place in the school of their choice. Parents have a right to express a preference for the school of their choice and they should do so on the application form. Expressing a preference does not, in itself, guarantee a place at this school.
Application forms can be obtained from the Education Department of the LEA and should be completed by the date stipulated on the forms. The LEA notifies parents about the school place as soon as all the applications have been considered.
In this area, children enter school in the academic year they become five. There is one admissions date per year, early in September (i.e. at the start of the school year).