How to apply for a place at King Henry School.
Are you a parent of a pupil currently in Year 6 in Primary?
Looking for a Secondary School in September 2019?
Primary to Secondary Transition Admissions
Applications for a place at King Henry School should be made via the Common Application Form (CAF) and sent to your local authority, for Bexley residents this is:
School Admissions Team
Education and Social Care
2 Watling Street
Tel: 020 8303 7777
Details of the Bexley Admission criteria can be found here. Further information can be found in Bexley’s Admission to Secondary Schools booklet. Non-Bexley residents should contact their Local Authority.
If your child is looking for entry during the course of the academic year, you should first apply for an In-Year Application Form (IYCAF) from your local Admissions Authority. The application will be processed and passed to all the schools that you have nominated as a preference.
Entry to Years 12 & 13
Enquiries and applications can be made directly to King Henry School, via telephone: 01322 348 231 or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
King Henry School Determined admission arrangements 2018/19
(For entry in September 2018)
King Henry School has a published admission intake number of 360 pupils.
Responsibility for Admissions
The ‘Admissions Authority’ is the Governing Body of King Henry School. The admission number is 360. The parents of all applicants must complete an application form obtained from their home Local Authority. King Henry School will admit pupils representing all levels of ability from admission applicants.
Where the number of applications for admission is greater than the published admissions number, children will be admitted from each band on the basis of the oversubscription criteria set out below.
Note: Where a pupil has a Statement of Special Educational Needs that names King Henry School as the educational provision suitable to meet the pupil’s SEN that pupil has to be admitted to King Henry School.
Therefore for the purposes of allocating places such pupils will be treated as having the first priority for admission to the King Henry School, and will be automatically allocated a place.