The link above contains important information about how to apply for both primary and secondary school places in Hillingdon.
Protocol for Children who are Left Late at School
The Education Welfare Service (EWS) has agreed a protocol (which is available on request from the school reception) for when children are left after school. Responsibility for the child still lies with the parent but school has a duty of care for any pupil who is not collected by their parent or nominated deputy after school has finished. Children will be put into After School Club (AFSC) half an hour after they should have been collected; until this time the Pupil Wellbeing Officer will look after the child. Any costs incurred at the AFSC are the responsibility of the parent.
School staff are at liberty to walk the child home if the parent is incapacitated at home, on an emergency basis. Children may be driven in staff's personal cars if insurance allows for the carrying of passengers.
If any child has not been collected or been able to be delivered home by 5pm the school must contact the Emergency Care Team Duty Officer.
If a parent or carer fails to collect a child more than once in a half term with no good reason, a CAF is recommended from school to EWS to assess any underlying concerns.