Transfers are allowed following completion of the commitment period, if applicable, to the current school or if the student has already been with the school for two or more years.
The address proof of school zone must be provided if wishing to transfer to another ESF school. Discovery College and Renaissance College are zone free and hence do not require address proof for school zone.
The student may join the internal transfer waitlist for the year group and school of zone according to the category priority order. The timing of transfer will be dependent on availability.
Procedure for transfer request
- All requests for transfers maybe submitted from 1 January, at the earliest, for entry to the following academic year. For students on a two-year commitment, the transfer request may be submitted six months in advance of the completion of their commitment. There may be a possibility of mid-term entry depending on the place availability if the student has already completed their commitment to his/her current school. Normally there is movement and withdrawals over the summer period for transfer to take place.
- The written transfer request must be submitted to King George V Admissions Office at email@example.com. KGV Admissions Office will raise the transfer request if all conditions or requirements are met. The future school is informed of the transfer request.
- Once there is availability, the future school will inform us to initiate the transfer process. The current school will be in contact with the family to confirm and start the transfer arrangements.
If your child is going to withdraw from the school, please complete the official “Student Withdrawal Notice” and email the completed notice to the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org, at least one calendar month before the last attendance date.
If you are withdrawing your child at the end of this academic year, please complete the student withdrawal notice and email the completed notice to the Admissions Office at email@example.com, by 1 June. Otherwise, we will assume that your child is returning after summer and parents are liable to the tuition fees for September even if the student does not return to school.