Admission to the Reception Classes
Juniper Hill is a Community school accommodating children from age four to eleven. The catchment area is the eastern part of Flackwell Heath. Exact information can be found by using the postcode checker on the Buckinghamshire County Council website:
Our school accommodation allows us to offer places to sixty children each year. Most years we have spaces for some children from neighbouring areas.
Children will be admitted to the Reception class in the September after a child's fourth birthday. There is a phased induction process at the start of term, with some of the younger children attending part-time if parents prefer, leading to full-time attendance by the October half-term.
The school’s admission policy is that of Buckinghamshire County Council which manages the admission process. If the number of applications exceeds sixty, Buckinghamshire County Council uses its criteria to decide which children are to be offered a place at Juniper Hill. Full details of this are available on the County Council website:
Applications for Reception places for September 2020 had to be made by 15th January 2020. Applications for future years can be made here when the system goes live:
Key dates for the admission process for September 2020 admissions can be found here:
Open Days for children starting in September 2021 are as follows:
Tuesday 22nd September 2020 at 9.15am
Thursday 8th October 2020 at 2pm
Wednesday 21st October 2020 at 9.15am
Monday 2nd November 2020 at 2pm
Friday 20th November 2020 at 10am
Thursday 3rd December 2020 at 2pm
Please call the school and book a place on 01628 523536. We like to accommodate between 12-15 parents on each tour, this helps us to answer your questions properly and provide you with the opportunity to meet the Headteacher / member of the Senior Leadership Team.
Please note: Due to the current COVID situation these dates will be confirmed in September.
If you are interested in a place at Juniper Hill School for year groups other than Reception please follow the link below for further information: