If you are interested in your child becoming part of our Longwick learning community please contact the school office: 01844 344769 firstname.lastname@example.org
For Reception Admissions September 2022, please view the presentation and flyer above. Our Open Day is on Wednesday 6th October with two sessions: 9:30am-10:30am and 5pm-6pm. If you wish to attend, please contact the school office to register your interest.
There are two normal points of admission into Longwick School, as well as in-year transfers which are subject to places being available in your required year group.
The first normal point of admission is into Reception Class; children normally enter the Reception Class in September of the school year in which they turn five. Our admission number for children into Reception Class is currently 30.
The second normal point of admission is into Year 3. Children typically enter Longwick into Year 3 in September of the school year in which they turn eight. Longwick’s admission number is increased by 2 for entry into Key Stage 2 and the class sizes are set at 32. As a Voluntary Controlled School, all admissions are regulated by the Coordinated Admission Scheme for Primary Schools in Buckinghamshire.
An application for your child to join our school can be made at any time during the school year. Please contact the school office where we will be able to advise on how to navigate the process. These applications will be processed through the “County In-Year Admissions Scheme”. Applications for admission at any time may be made by parents/carers on-line via the link below.
The Admissions Criteria as set down in the County Booklet is adhered to in the case of reviews. Headteacher and representatives from the Local Authority meet to discuss cases which do go to review. This would normally happen when numbers over 30 in KS1 occur.
Area Normally Served
Longwick, Owlswick, Lower Icknield Way from Mill Lane cross-roads southwards. Forty Green, Holly Green, Pitch Green, Bledlow, and the hamlet of Ilmer.
In general children transfer to selective schools in Aylesbury or a variety of Upper Schools. There are developing links with Risborough School and children in Year 6 have the opportunity of working at the school during the Summer Term.
Free transport by coach is available between Longwick and Bledlow and children aged Rising 5 to Rising 8 who lives 2 or more miles from the school. For children aged 8 years and above, transport is still available providing the distance between home and school is 3 miles or more. However, a charge is made by the Local Authority for this older age group. Parents who require transport for their children should make contact with BCC using the hyperlink below.
Below are links to our Admissions Policy and to relevant Buckinghamshire County Council web pages to help you get all the information that you need. However if you still have questions please do ask.
We look forward to meeting you and your child.
Buckinghamshire Council links:
We advise parents wishing to contact Buckinghamshire Council to use the Contact Us form which provides the Council all the information required to answer the parents' enquiry:
Hyperlinks for additional information can be found below: