In Warwickshire children start primary school the September after their fourth birthday. The law says all children must start school by the beginning of the term after their fifth birthday, although Warwickshire County Council encourages all children to start school in the September after their fourth birthday. The first year of school is called Reception.
If you would like your child to join our school in Reception, you will need to apply for a place for your child in the Autumn prior to your child starting school. Admission forms are available from the Admission Service (see contact details below). All forms must be completed and returned to the Admissions Service by mid January. All applications received by the set date are treated equally.
Children in care of, or provided with accommodation by a local authority (under Section 22 of the Children Act 1989).
Children who have been adopted
Children in receipt of the Early Years Pupil Premium
Children who are subject to a Child in Need plan or a Child Protection plan
Children living in the priority area who have a brother or sister at the school at the time of admission.
Other children living in the priority area.
Children from outside the priority area who have a brother or sister at the school at the time of admission.
Children from outside the priority area.
For more information go to: https://api.warwickshire.gov.uk/documents/WCCC-699-1043
The priority area for Milverton Primary School is defined as:
Area north of River Leam and east of but excluding Knightcote Drive, Guys Cliffs Road, Guys Cliffe Avenue and south of but excluding Beverley Road to Northumberland Road. Boundary line crosses from junction of Beverley Road and joins Kenilworth Road between Woodcote Road and Binswood Avenue just south of Woodcote Road (excluding College Drive and Onslow Croft). Eastern boundary is formed by and includes Kenilworth Road and The Parade as far as the River Leam.
Shared with Lillington Primary School and Telford Infant and Junior Schools: Kenilworth Road between Woodcote Road and Binswood Avenue.
Please note: a) Children with an Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plan that names a school will be admitted first. In this event, the number of places that remain for allocation will be reduced. b) Children attending, or with a place at, a nursery class do not have a higher priority for - and are not guaranteed - a place at the attached primary school. c) ‘PAN’ = Published Admission Number The PAN for each individual school is confirmed in the local authority’s documentation relating to the 2020 entry year, which can be found online at: www.warwickshire.gov.uk/schoollacriteria