Applying for admission to Tupton Hall School in September 2021
Our Transition Team normally visit partner primary schools during April / May to help parents register their children and share important info about starting Tupton Hall School.
Due to the current school closures, we can't do this. But all the information you need is here on these pages.
Online Registration Form
You can now register for admission to Tupton Hall School online using the link below:
- Online Registration Form (web link)
The form does not need to be completed in one go - it can be saved and finished later.
Please complete the form by Tuesday 1 June 2020.
Registration Pack - Important Documents
Please complete the following forms and return them to school, either by post or via email to: email@example.com
(please only complete a hard copy if you can not use the Online Registration Form above)
Important Information - please read:
Tupton Hall branded uniform items must be ordered online through Your School Uniform.
PLEASE NOTE: We strongly recommend ordering uniform by the end of May, to ensure our supplier can meet demand in time for the new school year. This guidance supersedes the recommended dates in the uniform information below.
The following information should help answer any questions you may have. However, if you still need help or advice please call or email the school office.
- Welcome to Your School Uniform - ordering online (PDF)
- Uniform price list and order form (PDF)
- New starters - help and advice for ordering school uniform (PDF)
House Ties: These will be given out to Year 7 students by their form tutor on the first day. They will cost £5 each and payment should be made on the day by either cash or a cheque payable to Tupton Hall School.
'Moving Up' Booklet - please complete before September
- DOWNLOAD: Moving Up Booklet (PDF)
We ask all Year 6 pupils to complete the Moving Up booklet before they start at Tupton Hall School.
It's full of fun activities to get you thinking about your journey to secondary school. It’s a journey not just for you but for your family, and it’ll mean changes for them too.
Try to work on the booklet together as a family. Be totally honest about the things you're excited about (and anything you're worried about). This way, when we collect in your booklet, we'll know what support you need to make your transition to secondary school as smooth as possible.