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Admissions

Jack Tizard is a Hammersmith & Fulham community school and accepts pupils from surrounding London boroughs.  The Education, Health and Care (EHC) Planning Service at Hammersmith & Fulham Council coordinates admissions to the school.

Stage 1 Book a visit

Contact the Senior Admin Officer Magda on 02087353590 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to share relevant details about your child and arrange a visit.

Stage 2  Visit the school

A member of the Senior Leadership Team will show you and your child around the school so that you can see the school community, environment and resources. This is also a great opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

Stage 3  Offer made

You should let your Local Authority key worker know that you would like to name Jack Tizard as your preferred choice. They will then send us the official paperwork and we will let them know if we can meet the needs of your child. The Hammersmith and Fulham EHC Planning Service will inform parents, or the requesting borough, about the placement decision and start date.

Stage 4  Transport arrangements

You should let your Local Authority know if you would like to request transport to and from school. They will then send you the Application for Home to School Travel Assistance forms to fill in.

Stage 5  Transition arrangements

Once a placement has been agreed, the pupil’s class teacher and Family Link Worker, will arrange a home visit. If they are transferring from another school, we can arrange for our staff to visit them there, and glean information from their staff. Taster sessions in a relevant class at Jack Tizard will also be arranged.

Stage 6  Pre and post admissions meetings

Before your child takes up their place at Jack Tizard, we will hold a multi-disciplinary meeting to support a shared understanding of the pupils’ learning, health and care needs. Once they have been in school for 6 weeks, we will also hold a post admissions meeting in order to share relevant targets and information with you, and to answer any queries you may have.

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