The Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead is now delivering its school admissions service through Achieving for Children, a community interest company set up in partnership with the Royal Borough of Kingston and the London Borough of Richmond.
The Admissions Team operates a call back service only. Priority will be given to calls where the information is not available on the website or in the relevant guides.
School admission arrangements 2022-23
Each year we review the admission arrangements for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead community and voluntary controlled schools. These arrangements set out how places are offered at our schools and include the over-subscription criteria. When there are changes proposed to the admission arrangements we must consult to ensure all views are heard.
There are no proposed changes and the arrangements for 2022-2023 and the determined arrangements can be found here - Determined Admission Arrangements 2022/23.
The admission arrangements for community and voluntary controlled schools for previous academic years are linked at the bottom of this page in the Document Downloads section.
Academies, Voluntary Aided and Free Schools
Academies, free schools and voluntary aided schools in the borough are their own admitting authority and determine their own admission arrangements. Their arrangements can be found by clicking on the school names below.
Primary age schools
Secondary age schools
Each school has a published admission number for each year group and this is the maximum number of children that can be admitted. If there are more children who want a place than there are places available, the school is said to be oversubscribed. When this happens, we use the published admission criteria, also known as a set of admissions rules, to prioritise who the places should be offered to.
Children with an Education Health Care plan naming a particular school must be offered a place at that school.
Co-ordinated admission scheme for academic year 2022-23
The Local Authority also has a statutory duty to formulate a scheme to coordinate admission arrangements for all publicly-funded schools within their area for phase transfer, for example, moving from primary to secondary school.
We are required to consult with other local authorities and admission authorities where a change is proposed to the existing scheme. This year we consulted on the introduction of a deadline for late applications to be received if they are to be heard in the second round.
The consultation is now closed and the determined coordinated admission scheme can be found here - Determined Coordinated Admission Scheme for 2022-2023.
The determined coordinated admissions schemes for previous years can be found in the Document Downloads section at the bottom of this page.