Information for Prospective Parents and Pupils
A placement on the school roll will normally take place only after, or, in exceptional cases, pending, the assessment procedure leading to a statement under the 1996 Education Act. This procedure ensures that parents are fully consulted at every stage of the assessment which includes a range of multi-professional advice. In 2013, 165 places were available in the school. The school is usually over-subscribed
If the Local Authority has suggested Stony Dean as a school suitable to meet a child’s educational needs, parents are encouraged to make an appointment, through the school office, to visit the school. The Headteacher and admissions staff would welcome this and will be available for consultation and discussion. The school is happy to accommodate visitors informally, by prior arrangement with the office, for discussion and a tour of the school.
Each July we take part in the county-wide New Pupils Day and enjoy welcoming our prospective Year 7s to Stony Dean for the day which allows pupils to experience a range of activities with their peers.
Parents/guardians should contact Bucks County Council to find out about admission arrangements.
Link to Bucks School Admissions