Admission procedure

We thank you very much for the interest shown in Agnes School.

Before introducing a request for enrolment, we would like to invite you to familiarize yourself with our school project and read our charter on educational principles. There is plenty of information on our website; you are also strongly encouraged to attend one of the evening information session, and/or visit the school during working hours to get a thorough overview of what we offer. The next “open-door” event will be taking place on 25 April between 8am and noon.

When you have decided to enrol:

  1. Fill-in the document below “request for enrolment”

Enrollment form (word format)

Enrollment form (PDF)

  1. Submit the request for enrollment electronically, via this link. You can enter your contact details and attach the request for enrollment electronically.

 

a) Please note that if you introduce a request for enrollment for a class of the primary section (except for P1), we will invite you to upload a copy of the last 3 report cards of your child. Please have them ready when submitting your online application.

 

b) If applicable, please prepare a copy of additional reports (medical reports, speech-therapy, etc) you may wish to draw our attention to, in view of an adequate child-care.

 

We will acknowledge receipt of your online application submission.

Incomplete application files will not be taken into account.

Feel free to contact our secretariat for any further question you may have: 02 736 13 86

Evolution of the process

After reviewing each application form, Agnes School will invite the parents to attend a meeting to further discuss the educational project. As this meeting forms an integral part of the admission process, it would be preferable that both parents attend.

 

Thereafter, Agnes School will notify the parents of the outcome of the enrolment process. Depending on the available number of places an offer will be made to candidates fulfilling all the admission criteria.

 

It is only once the school offers a place for the child(ren) that parents are invited to pay a deposit of 500 Euros/per child to serve as a guarantee and make the registration effective. The deposit will be returned upon departure of the child(ren) from the school (subject to schooling costs being paid and up-to-date). The deposit is non-refundable in case of cancellation of registration.

 

In the event that the school has no places available to make an offer, parents may ask that their child’s application data be kept on a waiting list.

Feel free to contact our secretariat for any further question you may have: 02 736 13 86

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Fees

School year 2019/2020

Agnes School is a private, fee-paying school. School fees are revised annually by the Board of Management.

The fees for the academic school year 2019-2020 can be viewed here.

 

The fees for the ongoing academic year (2018-2019) are to be found here. These would only be applicable to pupils joining during the period 2018-2019.

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Equal opportunities

Agnes School is a private school offering an all-round education within a Catholic framework to girls and boys aged between 2-11 years. The Catholic ethos influences all aspects of school life and is underpinned by the Charter of Educational Principles which emphasises the important role that parents play as the primary educators of their children.

Our school offers a place, subject to availability, to any child whose parents agree with the Charter of Educational Principles and who, in the opinion of the school, can benefit from the education provided, given the educational facilities, support and financial resources available at the time.

Within the limits of available funds, the school relies on ARDEA Foundation grants to help families who do not have sufficient means. Parents are invited to submit a bursary form to the ARDEA Foundation.

We welcome pupils with physical disabilities, provided that our site can cope with them. However, we advise parents of children with special educational needs or physical disabilities to discuss their child’s requirements with the Headmistress at interview, or before they sit the assessment, to determine whether we can make adequate provision for them. We will discuss thoroughly with parents the adjustments that can reasonably be made.

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