We are undertaking a consultation from 1st November 2023 to 13th December 2023 regarding our Planned Admission Number from 45 to 30 from September 2024 onwards.
Please read the documents in the Download section at the bottom of this page, if you would like to take part in this:
How to apply for a place at this school
For children due to start school in September 2023, you must apply to Wiltshire Council for a school place for your child by midnight on 15th January 2023. Wiltshire residents should apply online on the Wiltshire Council website.
Click here to visit the Wiltshire Council websiteNon-Wiltshire residents should apply to their own local authority for a place in this school. This also applies to families planning to move to the area.
In the event of oversubscription, we will apply our Admissions Policy's criteria for determining priority of admission.
Transferring to The Avenue from another school between 01/11/2023 and 31/08/2024
To transfer your child to The Avenue Primary School, you should apply online through Wiltshire Council using this link:
Online application form for In Year TransferTo transfer your child to a school outside Wiltshire, you should contact the admissions authority for the new school to clarify the admissions process.
Applications from service personnel moving into Wiltshire
When applying for a school place, children of UK Service personnel (HM forces) or other Crown servants are treated as meeting the residency criteria for a particular area, even if they don’t yet own a house in the county. Until a fixed address is available, the unit address of the military base will be used and a school place allocated accordingly.
Parents are advised to attach proof of their posting to the transfer application form and a letter of support from the commanding officer if the posting note does not indicate the housing arrangements.
If your child will be starting school in September with the normal round of admissions, parents must send proof of their posting to the county.
Children with an Education Health and Care Plan
All admissions for children who have a statement of SEN or an Education Health and Care Plan are managed by the SEND team at Wiltshire Council, who should be contacted directly on 01225 718095.
Arrangements for the admission of pupils with disabilities
Upon notification of a forthcoming admission of a pupil with disabilities, the school will liaise with parents, the child’s current school or nursery and, where appropriate, external agencies to ensure a smooth transition to our school.
In all cases, the school reserves the right to request parents to verify their child’s birth date by producing a birth certificate or other official document.