Apply for an academy place
The main admissions round to enter the Academy in Year R (Reception) in September 2019 opens on 1st November 2018 and closes on 15th January 2019. Please phone the school office on 02392 244010 if you have any admissions queries.
Applications for other year groups may be made by returning the form below. Please refer to the Guidance Notes for more information.
If you are making an 'in year' application please submit your completed form directly to Berewood Primary School. For 'main round' admissions please see the Hampshire County Council admissions page.
Hampshire County Council has specific advice on applying for a Year 3 place in a primary school for admission in September 2019.
Further information can also be found on the website pages of Hampshire County Council which co-ordinates admissions for all state-funded schools (academies as well as local authority-maintained schools) within the County. The HCC admissions team can be contacted by telephone on 0845 603 5623.
Please use the link below to take you to Hampshire County Council website and catchment area details:
When the second school is built on the development, Berewood Primary School will retain the northern part of the catchment area and the other school will serve the southern section.
If you are moving house
Evidence of your new address should be sent to the County Admissions Team. Proof of exchange of contracts or a signed tenancy agreement will normally be accepted.
If you have any questions about Berewood Primary School you would like to ask before making your application please don’t hesitate to contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling Sue Patrick on 02392 244010.
A phased intake
The Academy will increase pupil numbers gradually to meet the needs of the growing local community, as well as anticipated interest from the surrounding area.
Applications may be made for Reception and places may be available in Years 1-6. Places will be allocated according to our Admissions Policy.
In time, the Academy will increase the number of pupils on roll to 420 places with a two-form intake.