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Our Beautiful School

We are delighted that you are considering St. Peter’s Church of England Junior School for the next part of your child’s journey.  St Peters is a special place to grow and flourish with learning and living ‘Life in all its Fullness’ at the very heart of all we do. Our school is a happy place to learn and live, situated in the former Manor House of Farnborough with a warm family feel.  

For further information about our beautiful school, please click on the links below.

Admissions Information

St Peter’s is a two form entry junior school for children aged 7 - 11 (Year 3 to Year 6).  To apply for a school place, please visit the Hampshire County Council admissions webpage via the link below and/or continue to scroll down for further information, including school place applications and the appeal process.   

Year 3 Admissions

Applications can be made online via the link below. 

In Year Admissions

You can apply for an in-year place up to four weeks before the place is needed. Exceptionally, parents seeking an in-year place starting in September 2024 can apply from May 2024. These applications will be considered from June 2024.


To make an application, please apply via the Hampshire County Council website or complete a paper application, available below. Once received by the school, you will be notified in writing of the outcome and either be offered a place if there is one available or placed on a waiting list.


Schools will aim to respond to your application in writing within 10 school days but must respond in no later than 15 school days. Parents have the right to appeal any decisions - please scroll down for further information.

Further Information

For read our Admissions Policy and for a copy of our Supplementary Information Form, please follow the link below to our policies page.

Admissions Appeal

Any parent or guardian who has been refused a school place for their child has the right to appeal the decision.  The Independent Appeals Service manages appeals for Hampshire's community and voluntary controlled schools. For academy, voluntary-aided, foundation and trust schools, appeals are managed by the schools' own governing bodies.

In year appeals can be lodged at any time and will be heard within 30 school days. 


Appeals for September main round entries will be heard during the summer term.