Banstead Infant School, The Horseshoe, Banstead, Surrey SM7 2BQ   
Tel. 01737 354816

School Announcements:

Please remember not to arrive before your allocated time slot, as it creates too much congestion in and around the school.      Thank you for your patience as we get used to a new system of working.


Admission Arrangements for Banstead Infant School 2021

Information on applying for a school place for September 2020 is now available on Surrey’s website.

Admission arrangements for Banstead Infant School 2020

Supplementary Form for Criterion iv of the Admission Arrangements. This form is only for staff at Banstead Infant School.

Supplementary Form for staff

Admission arrangements for Banstead Infant School 2019

Admission arrangements for Banstead Infant School 2018

Admission arrangements for Banstead Infant School 2017

We are often asked about our catchment area.There is no set catchment area; it varies each year. From initial offers for September 2019 there were 32 children who were siblings of children at the school or at Banstead Junior School for September 2019. This left 58 places for children without siblings.

We would love to welcome you to our school. Surrey County Council deal with our new reception admissions and any in-year admissions. To apply for a place for the September 2020 reception intake please click on the link below:

Surrey County Council Admissions

If you are applying for a current Reception place after September 2019 please use the link below. This link can also be used if you are applying for a place in Year 1 or Year 2 at any time.

Link to admissions applications

You can  contact us directly or in year application forms and guidance notes for 2019/20 are also available on Surrey County Council’s website.

Once the form is complete, please send it to Admissions Team, Quadrant Court, 35 Guildford Road, Woking, GU22 7QQ.
N.B. Parents do not need to complete a Supplementary Information Form; this is for staff only.

Appeals Timetable 2020

Surrey have recently provided further guidance on admitting children out of their chronological year group. In general, it is the view of the local authority that children should be educated in their chronological year group, with the curriculum differentiated as appropriate, and that they should only be educated out of their chronological year group in very limited circumstances. Each request will be considered according to the circumstances of the case and what is in the child’s best interests.  This will not normally be for more than a single National Curriculum year. Please click on the link below to read the full document or contact the school for further information.

Guidance on the education of children out of their chronological year group

A new code of practice for children with special educational needs was introduced in September 2014. As part of the new Code of Practice schools are required to publish an SEN Information Report. This details the provision for children with special educational needs. It explains how we help children who need support when they are learning. If you have any questions regarding the document please contact Mr Burbidge.