The school is currently developing a proposal to expand to admit two forms of entry each year from 2016. Governors have conducted a consultation exercise on the proposed changes to our admissions policy. They have also been working closely with the City of London and our architects to develop a design for a school which can comfortably accommodate two classes in each year group without damaging the excellent facilities and provision available at our wonderful school.
How can I give my views?
The consultation on the changes to our admissions policy including the proposed increase from 30 to 60 places each year has now closed. You can download the consultation responses here. Thank you for your contribution.
Governors have decided to continue to move the project forward. As such, there will be another formal opportunity to give your views as part of the planning permission consultation.
If you wish to get in touch with the Headteacher or Chair of Governors at any time to discuss this proposal, please contact the school office.
Designing a new building
The school has been working closely with the City of London and our architects to develop a design for a new school building and the refurbishment of parts of our existing building. We don't have any final plans yet but we have included some pictures below so you can get an idea about how the design is developing.
Admissions Priority Area from 2016