We are always pleased to welcome new pupils.
Click here to open the Essex County Council School Admission Web page www.essex.gov.uk/admissions and either download an application form or apply online. If you have any other queries, contact Planning & Admissions at Essex County Council on 0345 603 2200.
For pupils wishing to transfer during the academic year, complete a primary mid-year application form.
The school caters for approx 210 children from age four plus to eleven years. The school serves the children of Stock, Billericay and the surrounding villages. We follow the agreed County Admissions Policy, all decisions regarding placements are decided by the County Admissions Planning Team.
Any parents considering our school for their child are encouraged to visit us. Please make an appointment via the school office and the Headteacher or another senior member of staff will be happy to show you around and share time with you and answer any questions you may have.
From September 2012 all foundation stage children will be admitted full-time in September in the year that they are five. Where there is a parental request for a part-time place the arrangements will be made by agreement with the headteacher. The admissions arrangements for Stock Church of England School are in accordance with the Essex Education Authority’s policy as set out in the booklet entitled Primary Education in Essex. There is no guarantee of a place for children living in the priority admissions area. In the event of oversubscription, places will be allocated according to the Essex Education Authority’s guidelines, please click on the link below.
For prospective parents of Reception children, these are the School Visit times but they are fully booked:
- 5th November 9:30
- 19th November 9:30
- 27th November 9:30
- 3rd December 9:30
Please phone the school office to check for new dates.
Admissions of Older Children
We accept older children throughout the school year when there is a suitable place. When a year group is oversubscribed, priority is given in accordance with the LA’s Admissions Policy as set out for Reception children.
For more information contact Essex County Council Admissions