Admissions Policy

Admissions for Reception Year

Children are admitted in the academic year in which they are five (September 1st – August 31st). All admissions are processed through Cambridge County Council, Admissions, Shire Hall, Cambridge CB3 OAP (telephone number 01223 699200). Parents receive guidance about how to apply for Reception places through their early years/nursery setting in late September/early October. Applications need to in by late November (date will be specified in the guidance). Applications received after that date may go through a system of appeal depending on the number of people who have applied for a place. Our published admission number (number of children we are allowed in any year group) is 17.

Places for September 2020

Applications for a place for September 2020 need to be made by 15th January 2020.

Late applications - Please contact CCC Admissions 01223 699200 for information about how to apply.

In Year Applications

Transferring from another school once the academic year has started.  - In-year admissions need to go through Cambridge County Council Admissions Team. Please contact them on 01223 699200 for information of the necessary procedure you will need to take in order to seek a place at the school for your child.

If you need a new place for your child at a new primary school at any point during this academic year, click the following link: 


Your child's address

If your child lives at more than one address, their permanent address is where they spend the majority of school nights, and where child benefit is paid. It must be where your child will be living when they are due to start school in September 2017. We may ask for proof of your address.

We welcome visits to our school. Please ring to make a mutually convenient appointment.


For Further Information Regarding Admission Arrangements / Appeals Please Click the Links Below:

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