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Admissions

The governing body is the admissions authority and has responsibility for admissions to The Marist, including setting the priority of admissions when the school is oversubscribed. The Local Authority undertakes the co-ordination of admission arrangements during the normal admission round. The governing body has set its admission number at 60 pupils to be admitted to the Reception Year in the school year which begins in September 2019. 

Please see relevant Admission Policies below if you are applying for admission to our Reception Class at the start of an academic year.

In addition, please download the In-Year CMA form for any In-Year admissions for the current academic year 2019/2020.

A zoomable map of the parish can be viewed at: www.abdiocese.org.uk/Parishes and by then selecting the Woking Deanery, Our Lady Help of Christians Parish.

Open Mornings/Evenings for Prospective Parents

Our next opportunity for prospective parents to find out about The Marist and to see the School.will be held on Tuesday 6th October 2020 at 7pm,  Tuesday 10th November 2020 at 9.15 am and Thursday 26th November 2020 at 7 pm.

In order to be compliant with government recommendations regarding social distancing it is vital that places are booked in advance as numbers attending are restricted for each session. 

To register to attend, please contact the school by email to info@marist.surrey.sch.uk, giving your child's name and date of birth and the names of the attendees.  We will respond to confirm your booking and give more details.

Equally important, if you know of someone who is considering applying, please let them know the dates.

The Marist Catholic Primary School 2021/22 Admissions : 

The governing body of The Marist Catholic Primary School, West Byfleet has agreed the following statement in order to clarify how its faith-based oversubscription criteria for Catholic applicants will be interpreted whilst churches have been closed or attendance at church is unsafe due to COVID-19. 

If a parent/carer attended a given Catholic church prior to the closing of churches for public worship, then where a parent/carer has not subsequently attended worship at a given Catholic church for a given period a parent/carer will be considered to have attended worship at that church for that period where one or more of the following apply: 

a)   the church was closed for public worship; 

b)   the Sunday obligation remains suspended; 

c)   by returning to church the parent/carer would not be taking account of government guidance effective at the time concerning shielding and protecting persons either moderately or extremely clinically vulnerable to COVID-19. The definition of shielding, if needed, is on the link: - https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-on-shielding-and-protecting-extremely-vulnerable-persons-from-covid-19/guidance-on-shielding-and-protecting-extremely-vulnerable-persons-from-covid-19

Admissions Forms for 2020/2021

In compliance with the statutory requirements on consultation and as agreed at the Marist Local Governor Committee on 11th December 2018, the Determined Admission Policy and Supplementary Information Form for admissions for the academic year 2020 – 2021 are below:

Admissions Forms for 2021/2022

In compliance with the statutory requirements on consultation and as agreed at the Marist Local Governor Committee on 3rd December 2019, the Determined Admission Policy and Supplementary Information Form for admissions for the academic year 2021 – 2022 are below:

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