A note from our admissions team:
Hi, I'm Amanda and I will be your first point of contact when you get in touch with The Moat. I'm here to help guide you through the process of helping you and your child join The Moat School family. I'm here to help you with your questions regarding the admissions process and also to collect any information you may have on your child prior to entry.
Please contact the school on +44 (0) 20 7610 9018 or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will aim to respond to you within 24 hours.We both look forward to talking with you and can’t wait to meet once you come and visit.
If you wish to register your child for a place at The Moat School please complete the Registration Form and return it together with the registration fee of £195 to The Moat School, Bishops Avenue, Fulham, London, SW6 6EG. Cheques are made payable to The Moat School.
The Moat School Fees for the Academic Year 2019/2020
Registration Fee: £195
£11,180 per term (Year 5/6)
£11,180 per term (Upper school)
A pupil is not advantaged or disadvantaged in receiving the offer of a place by the possession of a Statement of Special Education Needs or Education Health and Care Plan.
Time limitations do exist in respect of accepting places at the school but these may be negotiated with the Head.
Due to the nature of teaching and learning at the Moat school, pupils with English as Additional Language (EAL) are required to be fluent in English.
We are a non-denominational school
The School has a well-developed process of admission designed to select pupils whose primary needs encompass either or both dyslexia and dyspraxia or pupils who require a small, nurturing environment; these criteria form the basis of the selection process. With co-morbidity, we may accept pupils with similar SpLDs who would benefit from the practices of teachers with a dyslexia specialism. The nature of our provision and pupil support structure means that we are unable to accept pupils with behavioural difficulties. The admissions process operates thereafter on a first come first served basis. All selections are made in adherence to the school’s Policy on Equality of Opportunity for all which has been updated following the Equality Act 2010.
Admission to the school is from Year 5 or Year 7. The school operates a waiting list for admissions into years 6 through 10. It is the school’s policy not to admit children into year 11.
Under the Education Act 1996 s.347 the school is approved by the Secretary of State as suitable for the admission of children for the admission of children for whom statements are maintained under s.324 of the Act. The proportion of children funded by their LA via a Statement varies year to year but has been roughly 75% for the last 3 years.
The Moat School will consider a pupil for placement outside of their chronological age group if there exists compelling educational or social reasons for so doing.
Open Days and Evenings
Each term the school holds two Open Days where prospective parents and associated professionals are welcomed. Tours of the school take place in small groups, escorted by current pupils, these provide an opportunity to see teaching and learning in action. There is an opportunity to meet with the Head and the Senior staff in an informal setting on concluding the tour.
Contact our office to arrange a school visit
Contact to reserve a place