Haddenham Community Junior School is a three form entry Junior school with space for 30 children per class. We warmly welcome children into Year 3, full time, in the school year they are turning eight.
Applications for entry to Haddenham Community Junior School must be on the Common Application Form or the online form of the local authority in which the parents live at the time of application (the home LA) which may not be Buckinghamshire. Parents will be notified of the results of their applications by the home LA.
In the event of oversubscription the Local Authority holds the waiting lists and pupils will be admitted to the school if a place becomes available of if there are other circumstances such as Special Educational Needs (SEN) or if the pupils are Looked after children.
Please follow this link to Buckinghamshire County Council's Admission page
This is also the link to follow for in-year admissions
(for entry into year groups other than year 3)
It is our aim to create a love of learning in a safe and happy environment. Supported by our strong ethos and values we aim to provide the highest quality teaching and learning for ALL pupils; we will do this through the delivery of a stimulating curriculum that develops the whole child and is relevant for the world we live in today.
We run an extensive 'New Starters' programme where children starting school will have sessions in school to meet the teachers, become familiar with the new surroundings and discover school life prior to starting school. We work closely with our partner infant schools to ensure a smooth and successful transition from Key Stage 1.
We hold an Open Morning and Open Evening in the Autumn Term each year to enable parents to visit to see what Haddenham Community Junior School has to offer their child. Please contact us for further details.
Admissions - Process
We publish the key dates for applying for a school place with us as they become available from Buckinghamshire County Council on our website page. If you are looking for a place currently