We are a community primary school and therefore admission is set by  Buckinghamshire County Council

Our school serves the parishes of Aston Clinton, Buckland and Drayton Beauchamp and in addition we have on roll a number of children from outside our reserved area whose parents have chosen this school.

 All reception age children will be offered a full time place from September, if requested. However there is an option for children to have a part time place if they parents feel it is more suitable for their child. We have two points in the year when children can change from part time to full time. These are as follows:

  • Full time after October half term
  • Full time the first week in January

 To enable staff to meet the children with their parents, all children will attend school on a part time basis for the first three weeks of the September term, regardless of whether they are full time or part time after that point.

 To apply for our school, please go to the County Council website and complete the online form. You can access this through our Joining our school page. Our admission number for each year group is 58 and if requests exceed this number the County admissions criteria are applied and children awarded places accordingly. We currently have vacancies in a number of year groups.  Please see the Bucks County Council website for up-to-date information.

 We also have an Additional Resourced Provision (ARP) for children who have a statement of Special Educational Need who have an identified language impairment. This department takes up to ten children in the school from all across the county. Entry criteria for the ARP can be found in the Support for children page on our website.