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Parent Tours for September 2025 entry take place between September and December 2024.  Available tour dates will be released mid-September so please check back then.


Dates TBC


Tours start at 9.45am (please arrive at 9.40am).  To book one of these tours please either call or email the school office.  Please note that we do not have enough parking spaces for parents attending our tour, so if you do have to drive please park on the street or in the large car park at Oaken Grove Park which is almost opposite the school.  Thank you.


For any enquiries about admissions, please contact the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead (RBWM). 


Starting School 

Children in England can take up a full-time school place in a Reception class in the September following their fourth birthday, but there is no requirement for them to be in full-time education until the start of the school term following their fifth birthday.


For further guidance on admissions and starting school please refer to the following information which can be found on the RBWM School Admissions homepage.


Designated appropriate area

Every address within the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead falls within the designated appropriate area for certain schools. You can find the designated area map attached below, under 'RBWM Admissions Policy and Procedures'.


The Council strives to ensure fair allocations of school places according to criteria that have been set in advance. Where a school receives more applications than there are places, the following are the criteria that will be applied to determine which children should be offered places.


A child who is the subject of an Education, Health and Care Plan will be admitted to the school named in his or her plan. Remaining places will be allocated in line with the published oversubscription criteria. The criteria are listed below, in descending order:

1. Children in care. This category includes a ‘looked after child’ or a child who was previously looked after but immediately after being looked after became subject to an adoption, child arrangements or special guardianship order, including children who appear (to the admission authority) to have been in state care outside of England and ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted.

2. Children with exceptional medical or social reasons for requiring the school.

3. Junior schools only – children attending a linked infant school.

4. Children who live in the ‘designated appropriate area’ of the school and who have a sibling in attendance at the school at the time of the application and who is expected still to be attending the school at the time of entry.

5. Children who live in the ‘designated appropriate area’ of the school.

6. Children with a sibling in attendance at the school. The sibling would need to be attending the school at the time of admission of the child for whom a place is sought.

7. Children of a staff member.

8. Voluntary controlled schools only - Children whose parents choose the school on denominational grounds

9. Children whose parents have any other reason for their preference.


If a school does not have places for all the children in a particular category, the borough prioritises those applicants who live closest to the school. Proximity to the school will be measured in a straight line from the address point of the pupil’s house as determined by Ordnance Survey to the address point of the school using the local authority’s GIS system. In the event that two or more children live at the same distance from the school (for example families living in flats) and there are fewer places available then random allocation will be used to decide which child will be allocated the remaining place(s). The names will be drawn and the whole process scrutinised by persons independent of the authority.


Further information regarding the admissions criteria for the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead primary schools can be found via RBWM School Admissions Homepage.


How and When to Apply

The Local Education Authority deals with all admissions. 
Contact them on 01628 683870 
or Email: 

The LEA are only offering places once per academic year. All forms should be returned to the 
Admissions Department each January for entry into school for September of the same year.



The Local Education Authority deals with all appeals.

Contact them on 01628 683870 
or Email: