Academy Admissions

Welcome to the Stratford School Academy Admissions information page. You can download our current prospectus below.

Please use the relevant document links below or visit the school section of the Newham website. We coordinate In Year admissions with the London Borough of Newham. If you want a place for your child here at Stratford School Academy, you must apply to us by filling in the online ‘In Year’ School Admission Common Application Form.


Please use the following link to view the Autumn 2018 edition of Starting Secondary School 

 

School Prospectus

click here for the prospectus inserts

click here to download the prospectus

Admissions for entry from September 2021

Click here to read the Admissions arrangements for Stratford School Academy 2021 including SLCN RP

Link to Pan London eadmissions portal (will be open for 2021 entry on the Newham website on 1st September 2020)

Link to the admission section of the Newham website 

 

Admissions for entry from September 2020

Click here to read the Admissions arrangements for Stratford School Academy 2020 including SLCN RP

Link to Pan London eadmissions portal (will be open for 2020 entry on the Newham website on 1st September 2019)

Link to the admission section of the Newham website 

 

Fair Access

The law requires that each local authority must have a Fair Access Protocol (FAP), agreed with the majority of schools in its area to ensure that for In Year admissions unplaced children, especially the most vulnerable, are offered a place at a suitable school as quickly as possible.  In agreeing a protocol, the local authority must ensure that no school – including those with available places – is asked to take a disproportionate number of children who have been excluded from other schools, or who have challenging behaviour.  Stratford School Academy has signed up to the LB Newham’s Fair Access Protocol.
https://www.newham.gov.uk/Educationlearning/FairAccessProtocol.pdf

 

Resources

In Year’ School Admission Common Application Form

Gov. UK https://www.gov.uk/schools-admissions