Admission to Yesodey Hatorah Senior Girls School

Important changes for admission

In 2018 the governing body decided the school would offer places to pupils from Years 5 to Year 11 from September 2019 onward extending the school by two additional year groups. The normal point of entry to the school is Year 5.

In addition the PAN (Published Admission Number) decreased from 80 to 65.

These changes were subject to public consultation. Further information can be obtained from the school. The school’s admission arrangements were revised to reflect these changes.

How to apply

Applications to join Year 5, 6 or 7 starting in September 2020 should be made using the dedicated application form below.

You may request a hard copy of the form from the school or by contacting the Admissions and Pupil Benefits team on 020 8820 7000 (Option 3).  

In agreement with neighbouring authorities all applications to join Year 5, 6 or 7 starting in September 2020 should be made via Hackney Learning Trust regardless of the home borough of the applicant. Please note that it is not possible to apply to the school using the online eAdmissions system.

Applications to join the school during the 2019/20 academic year should be made in the usual way by submitting an in-year application.  

When to apply

Hackney Learning Trust will coordinate applications for Year 5, 6 or 7 starting in September 2020 according to the following timetable.

Date Event
Monday 2 September 2019 Applications open
Wednesday 31 October 2019 Closing date for applications
Monday 2 March 2020 Places offered

Applications received after 31 October 2019 will be processed and considered for any places remaining after offers have been made on 2 March 2020. 

Additional information

In order for an application to be prioritised within the admissions criteria on the grounds of a Charedi Jewish faith, parents must submit a supplementary information form proving their commitment to the faith. The form is available from the school and will be included with the application form.  Any disputes as to whether a child is Charedi will be settled by reference to the Rabbinate of the Union of Orthodox Hebrew Congregations.  Offers will be determined solely by the governing body according to the criteria outlined in the determined admission arrangements

All applicants are required to provide proof of address and evidence of the child’s date of birth with their application.

Contacts

Admissions and Pupil Benefits Team

Telephone
020 8820 7000 (option 3)

In person: Tuesdays 9am - 1pm and Thursdays 1pm - 5pm at 2nd Floor Reception, 1 Reading Lane, E8 1GQ

This page was last modified on: 3 Sep 2019