Hampton Lucy Primary School

Admissions

The school admits children from Hampton Lucy, Charlecote and other nearby communities. Currently some children also attend our school from villages outside our catchment area and we are always pleased to welcome prospective parents who feel that a small village school would be the most suitable for their child.

If you live in Warwickshire and your child is due to start school in the September following their 4th birthday, it is now possible for you to apply online at www.warwickshire.gov.uk/admissions.  For further information please contact the School Admissions Department on 01926 742047.

Children are admitted to our school at the beginning of the Academic Year in which they are five. There are several opportunities during the preceding year for the children and parents to visit us and familiarise themselves with the school, including a series of mornings in school for the new admissions. An Induction Booklet of information is given to parents.

The new Reception children start school for mornings only in the early weeks.  Full–time attendance usually begins at the end of September, if the parents and teacher agree that the child is ready. This ensures a smooth transition from home to school.

Other children new to the school may be admitted to older year groups, if there is a vacancy.

Nursery Admissions
Many prospective Reception children attend our nursery which runs from 8.55am - 11.55am, lunchtime 12.00 to 1.15pm and 1.15pm to 3.15 pm and is co-located with Reception in the original school building. We have 15 places, please contact the office for current availability. The 15 hour Nursery Funding Grant is available. From January 2017 we will be offering a Wrap Around provision for our nursery children from 8.00 am to 5.15 pm.

Show-rounds
At Hampton Lucy CofE Primary School and Nursery we like to offer a personal service. We offer prospective parents a personal appointment where they can visit the school and be shown around by two of our Year 6 children.

This gives parents the opportunity to ask children their views and see the school on a normal working day. This is followed with a personal meeting with the Headteacher to discuss the provision and how we can meet the needs of your child as an individual.