Admission to Hague School
Nursery Admissions, 3-4 year olds
Children will usually start nursery in the September following their third birthday. It is possible for eligible children to access a funded nursery place from the beginning of the term after their third birthday.
We currently only offer part-time (15 hours per week) nursery placements, Monday to Friday mornings.
If your child was born between 1 September 2018 and 31 August 2019 and you wish to apply for a nursery place for September 2022, you must complete an online application by 16 February 2022 through the E-admissions website.
Find out more about nursery admissions.
Parents who are eligible for the additional 15 hrs should contact the Head of School for further information
Admission to Reception (primary school) 2022
Pupils usually start primary school in the September following their fourth birthday. If your child was born between 1 September 2017 and 31 August 2018 this will be from September 2022.
You must complete an online application by 15 January 2022 through the E-admissions website.
You must make an online application for a reception place, even if your child is already attending the school's nursery.
Find out more about primary school (reception) admission.
If you would like your child to attend Hague do come for a visit.
We welcome the opportunity to inform and support your decision.
Please contact the school admin team to arrange a convenient appointment to meet the Head of School.
In-year admissions take place outside the normal admission period. For example, children who have recently moved to the area and do not have a school place.
Hague is an inclusive school with a Special Provision for children who are Deaf or Partially Hearing.
We welcome applications to the provision.
In partnership with the LA the school has, since 2003, offered special provision for up to 16 Deaf and Partially Hearing pupils. The children are fully integrated into the mainstream classes but receive specialist learning support from Teachers of the Deaf and Teaching Assistants plus speech therapy within school. The mainstream setting is most suitable for children who are auditory aural learners. We are not a BSL signing school provision. Culloden Primary School specialises in Signing Provision. Parents of Nursery aged children considering a place at Hague should visit the school and discuss their application with the Headteacher, Inclusion Manager and Teachers of the Deaf before completing the Tower Hamlets Eadmissions portal.
Moving On - Transfer to Secondary School
The school ensures that Year 6 pupils transferring to secondary are well prepared for their move. The secondary schools have open days and evenings for families to visit when making secondary school selections. Look on their websites for more information.
School choices are confirmed in March. Secondary transition days are arranged in July for pupils to visit their new secondary school, the form tutors and new class mates.
Information about application for secondary schools is on the Tower Hamlets Secondary School Admissions section of their website.
Useful Documents and Links:
Secondary Transfer Process: A short film to explain the process and give useful tips and advice from parents and children who have experience of the process.
Contacts for help and advice:
Tower Hamlets Pupil Services Email: School.email@example.com Tel: 020 7364 4307/5860
Tower Hamlets Transition Support Service Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 020 7364 1533
SEN Team (for those children who have an Education, Health and Care Plan) Email: Margaret.email@example.com Tel: 020 7364 4880