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Southwark Diocesan Board of EducationWe are proud to support 106 schools and academies, colleges and universities across our diverse and vibrant Diocese.

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Admissions

We are a Christian school. We are not a school just for Christians. Children from all backgrounds are welcome and we challenge attitudes and beliefs which do not prepare children for life in modern Britain.

 

Information about entry into St Leonard's for September 2024 is now available.

Please click on the following links to find information on our updated admissions policy and criteria:

St Leonard's admissions policy

Admissions appeals

If you would like to apply for a place at St Leonard's for your child, you will need to fill in both a Common Application Form and a supplementary information form. Further details and the forms themselves can be found at:

Lambeth Council schools admissions page  - scroll down to locate the admissions tab

St Leonard's supplementary information form

Lambeth Primary Admissions Brochure - September 2024

If you did not receive your first choice school place, you may find this information useful:

Preference information

Nursery Admissions

An application form for Nursery can be found here

In Year Admissions

An in year admission form may be found here

 

Inclusion & Diversity

As a school within the diocese of Southwark, we are committed to practising the Christian values promoted by our diocese and parish church.

We aim to be a school which celebrates and affirms every person and does not discriminate on grounds of economic power, gender, mental health, physical ability, race, or sexuality.

When discrimination of any kind occurs, we will challenge it, because we believe that we should be a school which includes and serves all people in the name of Jesus Christ.

We therefore strive to develop a culture of inclusion and diversity in which all those connected with the school feel welcomed and accepted so that they are able to participate fully in school life and flourish as a member of the wider community.