Brothers and sisters

Is one of your child's other siblings going to the school you wish to register your child in already? In that case, it will be given priority. Brothers and sisters of pupils enjoy priority. Contact the school between 10 and 21 January 2022. After that date, siblings are no longer given priority.

Mind: also register any siblings that were born in 2020, even if they are not due to start school until 1 September 2023.

Also children of members of staff register then. Brothers and sisters of pupils get first priority. After that, and as long as there are places available, the children of school staff enjoy priority.

 

How do you register a brother or sister?

1. Go to the school between 10 January (8 a.m.) and 21 January 2022 (4 p.m.).
2. Take with you:

  • Copy or picture of your child's identity card
  • Proof of your child's domiciliation address
  • Proof of employment (including work address) of a parent
  • Certificate of family composition or identity card of the brother or sister in the school

3. Complete all the details together with the school.
4. The school will give you further details about the registration procedure: 

  • Your child has been registered: together with the school you choose the date your child will start school.
  • You have applied for a place for your child: the school does not have enough places for all the siblings. You need to apply for a place for your child first. On 2 February 2022 you are notified:
    • Your child has a place: go to the school and register it. Take the place allocation notification with you when you go to the school. Together with the school you will choose the date your child will start at.
    • Your child hasn't got a place: go to the school and ask for a document of unsuccesful registration. This will ensure that your child's name is put on the waiting list and that you will still be able to register your child when places do become available.

What are ‘brothers and sisters’?

Brothers and sisters of pupils who are already registered are:

  • Brothers and sisters (with two common parents); their address is not important.
  • Half-brothers and half-sisters (with one common parent); their address is not important.
  • Children who live at the same address but do not have a common parent or parents.