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Chilthorne Domer Church School

We Stand Tall, Aim High and Love Learning

Admissions and new starters

September 2021 intake

 

Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions you'll make in their early lives. We understand how important it is and in any normal year, visits are very welcome. However, due to the ongoing global pandemic, we are unable to welcome visitors or hold open days this autumn. 

 

In light of this, Willow Class (consisting of our oldest children) and Mr Stradling will be beavering away on a project that will give you a look in to our school and our daily lives - but virtually! They will be working on this project during the first couple of weeks of term and as soon as it is ready, we will share the end result with you. Hopefully it will give you a taste of life at Chilthorne Domer Church School and will help you make the right decision for your child or children. 

 

Mrs Chesterton is usually available at the end of the phone and is happy to chat to any prospective parents - please just phone the school office to make an appointment. 

 

Please do also have a look at our latest Parent Survey results - you can find these using the link below: 

You'll find lots of information about our school in our prospectus. You can find it here:

Chilthorne Domer Church School is a Local Authority maintained Primary school. Admissions are managed by Somerset County Council Admissions team using the appropriate published admissions and over-subscription criteria. If you have a pre-school child, Somerset County Council will send you all the relevant information regarding choosing a school. Applications need to be submitted by 15th January 2020.

In-Year Admissions

If you are applying for a school place during the academic year, see the following link for guidance on the admissions procedure.

Over-Subscription

Parents may have their applications refused because a year group is full to capacity. Parents have a right to go to Appeal, details of how this process is managed are available below.

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