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Drayton Parslow Village School - Admissions Information

The School's admissions policy is determined by the County Council.  Our admission number for each year group is 15.  The County policy can be viewed on their website.  To apply for a place at Drayton Parslow Village School you need to contact the Local Authority in which you live. If you live in Buckinghamshire you can apply online.  

Please see information below from Buckinghamshire County Council:

Prospective parents - Since February 2017, parents are no longer able to call the Admissions & Transport team.  If you dial 01296 383250 you will hear an automated message advising you to visit our website.  If you dial the main BCC telephone number, an advisor will inform you to complete a Contact Us form.  

We advise parents wishing to contact us in the first instance, to use our Contact Us form. This provides us with all the information that we require to enable us to answer the parents enquiry promptly.  BCC email address is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and the link to the BCC Contact Us form is www.buckscc.gov.uk/contactadmissions.

Please see the Mursley and Drayton Parslow Admissions (2020-2021) document below for more details.

Mursley CE School - Admissions Information

The School's admissions policy is determined by the County Council.  Our admission number for each year group is 15.  The County policy can be viewed on their website.  To apply for a place at Mursley C.E School you need to contact the Local Authority in which you live. If you live in Buckinghamshire you can apply online.  

Please see information below from Buckinghamshire County Council:

Prospective parents - Since February 2017, parents are no longer able to call the Admissions & Transport team.  If you dial 01296 383250 you will hear an automated message advising you to visit our website.  If you dial the main BCC telephone number, an advisor will inform you to complete a Contact Us form.  

We advise parents wishing to contact us in the first instance, to use our Contact Us form. This provides us with all the information that we require to enable us to answer the parents enquiry promptly.  BCC email address is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and the link to the BCC Contact Us form is www.buckscc.gov.uk/contactadmissions.

Please see the Mursley and Drayton Parslow Admissions (2020-2021) document below for more details.

Swanbourne CE School - Admimsions 

Swanbourne Church of England School values highly its Christian ethos and its close links with local churches and the Diocese of Oxford. We provide an inclusive, supportive and caring environment, shaped by Christian values in which children can learn and flourish. We welcome applications from all members of the community without reference to ability or aptitude, and irrespective of whether they are of the Christian faith, another faith or no faith, but we expect parents to respect the Christian ethos of our school.

Swanbourne is a Church of England ‘Voluntary Aided’ School, and as such the Governors are responsible for deciding on admissions to the school.

We work closely with Buckinghamshire County Council (the Local Authority), who co-ordinate admissions to all maintained schools in Buckinghamshire. Details of the Local Authority arrangements can be found on the Local Authority’s web pages https://www.buckscc.gov.uk/services/education/schooladmissions/starting-school-or-moving-up-to-junior-school/. These web pages also explains how parents can express a preference for a school and give reasons for that preference.

The Catchment Area for Swanbourne C of E School is defined by Postcode and broadly is the civil parishes of Swanbourne, Mursley, Drayton Parslow, and Little Horwood.

A map showing the school’s Catchment Area is provided on Page 5 of the Admissions policy. The school takes children from Year 3 to Year 6 inclusive.

Decisions on which children are to be offered a place will be made by the Admissions Committee of the school within the terms of Buckinghamshire’s co-ordinated admissions scheme for entry to Year 3 in 2021-2022.

The admission number is 30. Pupils will be admitted provided there are places available

 

Designated Persons for Child Protection are the Headteachers, Ms Carol-Anne McCollum and Mr David May

Deputy Designated Persons for Child Protection are Mrs Featherstone, Mrs Heidi Martin and Mrs Rebecca Chapman-Hill