Admissions

We currently have spaces available in some year groups. Please contact us to arrange a visit. 

Our main school Open Day is held annually on 8 November and we also have an Open Morning for the Nursery at the end of April. Please check this year’s date in the calendar.

We are always very happy to give parents / carers a personal tour of the school, please contact Mrs Miller in the school office to arrange this.

If you would like your child to come to our school at any time other than the normal year of entry (at age 5) please our Admission Form  ADM1 2017/2018 The Governors manage our admissions and all completed ADM1 forms should be returned directly to the school.

Applications for Reception places for September 2017 will now need to be made directly to the Admissions team at Suffolk County Council via a CAF1 form (paper copies of the form can be obtained from the school office.)

All applications to our school also require a Supplementary Information Form (SIF). Please click on the relevant school year for admission: SIF 2017/2018

If you have an enquiry regarding admissions, please email us @ School Admissions


We recommend that you view our Admissions Policy for the relevant school year:
2017/2018 or 2018/2019  

As well as Framlingham, the catchment villages for our school are Cransford, Great Glemham, Hacheston, Parham and Saxtead (Catchment Map).  The school does take children from outside this catchment if spaces allow.  
Suffolk School Transport provide a bus service between the catchment villages and the school.

We recommend that you visit the Admissions section of the Suffolk County Council website for more information. Please also see the Diocese Advice regarding in-year admissions.

Privacy Notice - Information about pupils in school is held/shared under the Data Protection Act 1998.  Please view our Privacy Notice or look on the Parent Noticeboard as to how we use your information.

The school has a Pupil Admission Number (PAN) of 50 in each year group.  Wherever possible we will maintain single year groups in a class, but where numbers dictate we may combine 2 year groups into one class.