We welcome you come and visit our school. There are regular Open Days or you can book an appointment to meet with a member of the Leadership team for a tour of the school. Please contact us further information.
We are a Voluntary Controlled Local Authority School, one form entry for children aged between 4 and 11 with a places for 30 children in each year group from Reception to Year 6. We adhere to Coventry City Council's Admission Policies: Coventry City Council Primary School Admissions
For children born between 1 September 2019 and 31 August 2020 applications open 1 September 2023 and close 15 January 2024. All applications received after this date will not be considered until after the offer date of 17 April 2024.
- All new applications must be made online directly to: Coventry City Council Primary School Admissions
Full details about admission processes can be found on the Coventry City Council website using the links below:
- In-Year Admissions - Transfers & New Arrivals (If you need to change schools during the academic year or have recently arrived in Coventry)
- Coventry City Council Primary School Appeals
- Appealing for a Reception place for September 2023
- Coventry Primary, Infant and Junior School Co-ordinated Admissions Scheme: 2022/23
- Primary Education in Coventry 2023
- Community and Voluntary Controlled Schools Admission Policies
- School Catchment Areas
The Admissions Policy of the City Council in the event of over-subscription for Local Authority Community, Voluntary Controlled Primary and some Academy Schools for 2022 entry is:
All children with an Education, Health and Care Plan that name the school will be admitted before all other applicants.
- Criteria 1: Children who, at the time of admission, are in the care of a local authority or are provided with accommodation by the authority (looked after children). Also children who were previously looked after but ceased to be so because they were adopted, or became subject to a child arrangements order or a special guardianship order. This also includes those children who appear to have been in state care outside of England and ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted. A looked after child is defined in Section 22 of the Children Act 1989.
- Criteria 2: To children who live in the catchment area served by the school, who have a brother or sister attending the school provided that the brother or sister will continue to attend that school the following year;
- Criteria 3: To other children who live in the catchment area served by the school;
- Criteria 4: To children who live outside the catchment area with a brother or sister who currently attends the school provided that the brother or sister will continue to attend that school the following year;
- Criteria 5: To children of Staff who have been employed at the school for two or more years at the time of application for the school place; or recruited to fill a vacant post for which there is a demonstrable skill shortage;
- Criteria 6: To all other children
If it was not possible to meet all the requests in any one of the categories described above, the City Council has prioritised the requests based on the distance to the school. A straight-line measurement has been made from the child's home address to the centre of the preferred school site. The address used must be the child's permanent home address. The shortest measurement has highest priority.