Admissions

Reception

Bannockburn School has two sites. Each year group has four classes. Children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 attend the High Street site on Plumstead High Street (SE18). Children in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 attend the Manorway site located on Church Manorway (SE2).

Admission decisions (based on home to school distance) will be made using the main entrance to the High Street site.

In the Royal Borough of Greenwich, the local authority makes decisions about admitting children to community schools. For the full procedure and to apply for a space at Bannockburn please visit the Royal Greenwich Admissions website.

 

We have  several open days for prospective parents to view the school.

These are on:

Tuesday 8th October 5pm - 6pm at the High Street Site 

Wednesday 9th October 10am - 12pm at the High Street Site then Manor Way

Wednesday 20th November 5pm - 6pm at the High Street Site 

Wednesday 8th January 10am - 12pm at the High Street Site then Manor Way

Nursery

Bannockburn will admit 78 children in Nursery. Our nursery provision is based at our Manorway Campus in Church Manorway (SE2). The Nursery works on both a part-time and full-time basis; we offer either 26 morning spaces or 26 afternoon sessions. For full-time we also offer 26 places. Admission decisions will be made by the school in line with Royal Greenwich policy. To express an interest in a place at our Nursery please complete and return this application form.

 

In-year School Admissions

If you have recently been informed by Royal Greenwich Admissions that your child has been allocated a place at Bannockburn School, Jackie Orr, our In-year Admissions Advisor, will contact you and invite you and your child into school to complete necessary forms. You will also have the opportunity to meet your child's teacher, their class and familiarise yourself with our building. Once all relevant documentation has been completed and received, your child will usually join us within the following two weeks.

 

Please note, our school is not considered as fully accessible for children with disabilities.