How to apply
Our goal is to provide outstanding education and life changing opportunities for all our children. We are part of CHAT Academies, established in 2010. CHAT currently runs 5 academies in North London, educating some 2,200 pupils.
We hope you will find all the information you need here to make a direct application to us. If not, please give the school office a call. They will be very happy to help.
Wendy Bowstead, Head of Business and Administration.
Applying for a Reception place in September 2020:
The Published Admission Number ("PAN") for Enfield Heights Academy is 30. The PAN is the number of pupils in each year group that the admission authority has agreed can be admitted without causing resourcing problems for the school.
Our admissions authority is the London Borough of Enfield. If you wish to apply for a place in reception and your child was born between 1 September 2015 and 31 August 2016 you will need to complete an online application form from the London Borough of Enfield at this link.
Applications will be assessed against our Primary Places 2020 Admissions Policy.
1 September 2019: Opening date for application
15 January 2020: Closing date for on time applications.
16 April 2020: This is when you will find out the outcome of your application.
In-Year Admissions: Change school during the school year
If you have moved into the area and are seeking a place at our school you will need to complete an In-year application form from the London borough of Enfield available at this link. This application form can be used to apply for a place at any of the academies that the Trust runs and is also available from the academy office. This form should also be used if you are looking to transfer to us from another school.
Admissions – temporary amended regulations and guidance
The School Admissions (England) (Coronavirus) (Appeals Arrangements) (Amendment) Regulations 2020 came into force on Friday 24th April and can be found here. These regulations will remain in force until 31 January 2021. DfE has drafted non-statutory guidance explaining the temporary changes and offering guidance for managing appeals during COVID-19 to support admission authorities in managing their admission appeals. These documents should both be read in conjunction with the School Admission Appeals Code.
Face-to-face appeal hearings should not take place until the government guidelines on social distancing indicate it is safe to do so. Admission authorities, clerks and panels should comply with the government guidelines applicable at the time of arranging and hearing the appeal.
Where face-to-face hearings cannot take place, hearings should be conducted by telephone or video conference. Where telephone or video conference is not possible, appeals conducted entirely on the basis of written submissions are acceptable.
The temporary regulations impose some new rules relating to appeal timetables. Please refer to the full guidance for details.
A reminder that our platinum partner, Browne Jacobson has published guidance to support schools and trusts.
As we use the Local Authority for our appeals panel we are waiting from direction from them on how they wish to proceed, they are currently trialling an online system. If you have appealed we will be in touch when we have conformation on how this will proceed.
To be confirmed: Closing date for appeals
To be confirmed: Appeals to be heard by
Please see our Admissions Appeals form at this link if you wish to appeal against an admission decision.