LATEST GUIDANCE ON APPLYING

The Department for Education has confirmed that Windrush Church of England Primary School will definitely be opening in September 2021. 

Can I still apply?

Yes. The deadline for the second round of the admissions process has passed already. People who applied before the 4th May second-round deadline will find out from Oxfordshire County Council on 10th June if they have a place.

Applications received after 4th May will then be considered after the 10th June allocation day. You should make your application through the county council website by clicking this link.

nursery admissions process

Parents need to express an interest in a nursery place directly to the school by 17th May 2021. if they are seeking a place for September 2021. The oversubscription criteria and the catchment area are the same as for the school, however, entitlement to free provision (15 or 30 hours per week) is subject to Oxfordshire County Council’s guidelines. If there is availability, parents will also be able to purchase additional hours to their free entitlement. 

send provision

The school will eventually include an eight-place specialist resourced provision for children with communication and interaction needs (autism, and speech and language difficulties), and physical or sensory needs. Admissions for these places will be coordinated with Oxfordshire County Council and are for children with Education Health Care Plans only. You can find out more about the county council’s SEND provision HERE

Religious character

Windrush Church of England Primary School will be supported by the Oxford Diocesan Board of Education (ODBE) and will offer an education based on Christian values. It will be a progressive Church of England (Anglican) school in character, but it will be for children of all faiths and none. No preference will be given to practising Anglican families in the admissions process. Click HERE to find out more about ODBE.

CATCHMENT AREA

The formal catchment area for Windrush CofE Primary School is shown on the interactive map below. The catchment area is used as part of the admissions oversubscription criteria to prioritise applications. In the event of more than 30 children applying for a place at the school, it will be used to prioritise applications.