At Northlands Primary School we believe that if we can offer appropriate support and a full entitlement to the curriculum, every child in our community who wishes to attend our school should have the opportunity to do so. We aim to provide education from Reception to Year 6 enabling a smooth transition through every year group.
The standard admission number of the school is 30, which is a legal maximum for classes in EYS and KS1. In KS2 we offer 30 children in each class and can offer no more than 30 unless at the discretion of the head teacher dependent on the needs and wellbeing of the cohort and applicant.
Parents apply for school places online at Warwickshire County Council Admissions, firstname.lastname@example.org or by ringing 01926 414143.
For a map of the school priority area (catchment area) please follow the below link:
For current information about WCC Primary Admission arrangements please follow the below link:
https://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/schoolcriteria. If you would like your child to attend our school, full details of our admission arrangements can be found by visiting:
Time of admission relates to the time the applicant would start at the school not the time of application or offer.
Within each criterion priority is given in order of distance between the child’s home and school (shortest distance = highest priority). Distance will be calculated by straight-line measurement from the address point location coordinate of the applicant’s home address as set by the ordnance survey to the centre point (centroid) of the school in question. The centroid is a predetermined point set by WCC and all distances are subject to changes which may occur with update of mapping data.
Should you wish to visit our school to look around and find out more about Northlands, please contact our School Office, who can also provide further information if you wish to apply for a place at Northlands.