I didn't get a place

ATTENTION: Due to the corona measures (COVID-19), the dates of the application and registration procedure have been adjusted. You will find the current information here.

You will be notified by e-mail that your application was unsuccessful. This e-mail will also contain advice on how to proceed next. Didn't provide an e-mail address? In that case, you will be notified by post. You will also be notified via the 'Inbox' in your application file.

Didn't get a place? You will receive a "place application unsuccessful" document (weigeringsdocument) and your child's name will be put on the waiting list. The school will contact you as soon as a place becomes available.

However, you can still apply for a place during the open registration round which commences on 29 May. Applications are taken at the school and in chronological order, so who gets there first will get the place. Have all the places been filled? If so, your child will be put on the waiting list.

As of 28 May, you will find another overview of all the available places on this website.

 

I didn't get a place in any school. What now?

Your child will be put on the school's waiting list. The school will contact you as soon as a place becomes available.

How does the school manage the waiting list?

If a GOK place becomes available at the school, that place will be allocated to a GOK pupil. Likewise, if a non-GOK place becomes available, it will be allocated to a non-GOK pupil.

The waiting list remains valid until 7 October 2020. For children born in 2018, the waiting list will remain valid until 30 June 2021.