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starting school in reception

Children generally start school inthe autumn of the academic year in which they turn 5 years old. We have a single class entry for Reception in September each year with a maximum of 30 places. Parents should make an online application to Warwickshire Admissions by mid January of the starting year. Further details are avaiable on the WCC website at:

We do not hold open days but invite prospective parents to visit school during the day to meet the Head Teacher and take a tour of the school to see it in action. Plese contact the school office to arrange a visit.

moving school

If you are interested in your child joining our school, maybe because you are moving house or wish you child to transfer from a different local school, please contact the office in the first instance to discuss if spaces are available in the year group. We would then arrange for you to visit school and meet the Head teacher for a tour round and to discuss your circumstances.

Requests for a place are then made online to Warwickshire Admissions via their website at :

Our school priority area is shown on the following map

Claverdon Primary School priority area

documents and forms

Please find below some important documents which we ask you to complete to provide us with information about your child and permissions concerning your child’s participation at school:

Please follow the link on the right for information on our collection and use of your personal information under GDPR and read our Privacy Notice.

Please print these documents, keeping relevant pages for your reference, and return the completed and signed pages to school.

Although the Home School Agreement is not a compulsory document for your signature, it is compulsory that we offer it to you, and we feel that it is one of the ways we can help to forge good relationships between home and school.

Parental Responsibility

Please provide the name and contact details of BOTH parents/guardians with formal parental responsibility for the child on the data collection sheet even if they do not live with the child.

The Education Act defines “parent” as

  • All natural parents, whether they are married or not
  • Any person who although not a natural parent, has parental responsibility for a child or young person
  • Any person who although not a natural parent, has care of a child or young person
  • Co-habiting partners and other family members should be listed as ‘other contact’


  • The child’s birth certificate
  • Any court order granting parental responsibility or access