Admissions arrangements for Harriers Banbury Academy

The Proposed Change
This consultation relates to the requirement for ongoing consultation every 7 years. There is no proposed change to the admission arrangements in force, apart from simplifying language. Read more and how to comment here.

Admissions information

September 2022 Entry

Admissions Policy for September 2022 Entry

September 2021 Entry

Admissions Policy for September 2021 Entry

Admissions Appeals

General guidance regarding admissions appeals is available on the Oxfordshire County Council website:

To appeal for a place at Harriers Banbury Academy, please complete and return the following form: Admissions Appeal Form

Key dates for first and second round appeals and hearings: Admission Appeals Timeline 2021-22

Please follow this link for information about school admissions:
You can apply online at

We are very pleased that our academy’s enrolment figure is so positive and we are full in many year groups now. Children who attend our Nursery must apply for a place in the Reception class via the Local Authority, in line with the published policy. We cannot guarantee a place in the Reception class so urge you to submit your application on time and always state the three schools you would like your child to attend in order of preference. If you do not receive a place in the Reception class, you have the right to appeal by completing the forms sent to you from the Local Authority.

In-Year Admissions Form

CAPF Primary In-Year Admission Form
For pupils applying to Harriers Banbury Academy during the school year eg transferring from another school or moving to the area. Children in the academy catchment area going into Reception should go through the Local Authority Admissions process and should not use this form.

Please return all completed application forms to:
Mr Alex Pearson,
Harriers Banbury Academy
Harriers View
Bloxham Road
OX16 9JW

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