***Starting School September 2024***
The deadline for September applications has now passed. If you have not yet applied, please contact the school office who will be able to advise you.  Please email us at if you have any questions.

In the meantime, please take a look around our fantastic school with our video tour. Click on the image below.

School admissions consultation has now launched.

Here is the link below to view the information.

You will see that the information contains details of what the LA is consulting on regarding school admissions arrangements and also includes own admission authority schools who have aligned their consultation with ours.

Click here for a guide to using the Admissions Portal


Full-time school

Children are admitted to school in accordance with Telford and Wrekin Admissions Policy. Reception children start full time school in September in the year that they have their 5th birthday. The Local Authority will issue application forms in the year before your child starts school.

We have a maximum of 60 children per year group and a legal limit of 30 children in each class. If you are new to the area we encourage you to make contact with us about spaces available for your child(ren). Admission to the school at any time is coordinated by Telford & Wrekin Local Authority.

Please contact school admissions by emailing:


Moving on to Year 3

Children who attend our school normally transfer to Donnington Wood C of E Junior School. We work closely with the Junior School during the year and specific visits to the Junior School are arranged for parents and children during Year 2. The Local Authority manages the admissions procedure.







If you would like to send you child to our school or Nursery then we would love you to make an appointment to visit and have a look round. 

As places can be limited we strongly advise you to register your child (in the school office) as soon as possible. We will write to you when it is nearly time for your child to start in Nursery and give you more details and information. If we are not able to offer a place we will keep your child’s name on a waiting list so we can offer a place as soon as one becomes available. 


2 year olds - The government currently funds eligible children for 15 hours a week free Nursery education from the term following their 2nd birthday. From Easter 2024 working families may be eligible for 15 hours free Nursery education. We have up to 24 places for children to attend either morning or afternoon sessions. 

Families must meet the current eligibility criteria. Information on the eligibility criteria can be found here: Disadvantaged 2 Year Olds and here Working Families 9 months to 2 Years

  • Disadvantaged and low income families apply here Parent Portal
  • Children under the specialist criteria apply here Specialist Criteria Form
  • New entitlements for working families start rolling out in April 2024 for 2 year olds for 15 hours which then increases to 30 hours in September 2025 apply here Childcare Choices


3 & 4 year olds - The government funds all children for 15 hours a week free Nursery education from the term following their 3rd birthday.  For working parents who both work more than 16 hours a week the government provides funding for 30 hours a week free Nursery education. There are 60 places for children to attend either morning or afternoon sessions (15 hours), please speak to school office regarding attending 30 hours per week.

  • 15 hours universal funded places for all children which will be applied for directly at the school office
  • 30 hours funding for working families apply here Childcare Choices.


Nursery 2023 admissions policy