School Logo

Welcome to Chiltern Primary School

‘Making Learning Irresistible’

Google Translate


For YR and Y7 admissions:


Main round applications for Year R and Year 7 generally opens towards the end of October and closes mid January.


If you still need to make an application after this date, you will need to use a late application form which can be collected from the school office. Late applications will be dealt with after the on time applications have been allocated.


Hampshire County Council will be notifying parents which school their child has been allocated on National Offer Day - mid April. We will then write to each of the successful applicant explaining what will happen next, and providing a list of dates for upcoming events and visits to school. 


In Year Admissions:


For anyone wishing to complete an ‘in year transfer’ between schools, we warmly invite parents to visit the school along with their children in order to see Chiltern Primary School for yourselves.  Should you wish to come and meet us before applying for a place, please contact the school to arrange an appointment.


Alternatively, there is also a significant amount of information on our website for you to access, but  please do not hesitate to contact us should you require any further information.


All ‘in year applications’ are managed by Hampshire County Council Admissions Team and further information about the application process can be found at the following link 'Applying for a school place in-year' , alternatively contact general enquiries  on 0300 555 1377.  Once you have completed an application for an ‘in year transfer’, we will write to you with the outcome and if we are unable to offer a place, your child’s name will be added to our waiting list.


The Hampshire County Council Website will give you guidance on how to choose the right school for your child:


Waiting List:


For parents and carers of children who unfortunately can not obtain a place at Chiltern Primary School, a waiting list is generated by the local authority's Admissions Team.




Appeals are managed through Hampshire Admissions. More information can be found here.


It is worth noting that there is much work involved in an appeal for both school and parent, and that very few appeals are successful. It is also worth reading the admission policy above, as this is critical to any appeal made. Decisions made are based on the criteria in the policy.