Burlington Junior School is a four-form entry school. We are a community school and our admissions arrangements are dealt with by the Royal Borough of Kingston. To view these admissions arrangements, or for further information, please visit the Royal Borough of Kingston's admissions web pages.
Most of the pupils who attend Burlington Junior School have transferred from Burlington Infant School. Pupils transfer to the Junior School in the September following their seventh birthday.
For information about the allocation of Kingston Community Primary School places for the last 3 years, please visit the following website:
Allocation of Kingston Community Primary School Places for the Last 3 Years
Applying for a Place at Burlington Junior School
To apply for a place for your child at Burlington Junior School, please click on the link below:
Apply for an Infant, Junior or Primary School Place
Transition to Secondary School
For details of all the schools in the borough and information on admissions and appeals, please visit the Royal Borough of Kingston's secondary school webpages.
Further information about the transition from Burlington Junior School to secondary school can be found by clicking on the link below:
Burlington Junior School - Transition to Secondary School
School Admission Appeals
You have a legal right to appeal against a decision not to offer your child a place at any or all of the schools that you've applied to. You can appeal for a place at your preferred school even though your child may have a place somewhere else.
For more information about the Royal Borough of Kingston's appeals process and appeals timetable, please visit Kingston's appeals webpage.
Elective Home Education (EHE)
"Education is compulsory, attending school is not. Although the majority of parents choose to send their children to school, a number of parents choose to educate their children at home. This is called Elective Home Education." (Achieving for Children)
To find out more about Elective Home Education, please read the information and guidance within Achieving for Children's website.
Information and guidance for parents on elective home education (Achieving for Children)
The latest information is as a result of acknowledging some of the feedback they had received around their approach in supporting families who choose Elective Home Education (EHE) and how they could provide information and guidance in a user friendly way rather than as a policy.For more information, please contact: Diana Percival: