B Cador: November 2018
If you are a parent resident in Cheshire East, with a child born between 1 September 2014 and
31 August 2015, your child will be due to start primary school in September 2019.
Apply online for a school place. It's quick and easy.
You can apply from 1st September 2018 at www.cheshireeast.gov.uk/ schooladmissions
Applications should be submitted by 15th January 2019 for primary school pupils.
Click here for the link to the Cheshire East School admissions page on their website.
Please note for 2019 applications: If you are NOT a resident in Cheshire East, but live in another English Local Authority, you must apply via your home local authority even if your preference is for a Cheshire East school. If you are resident in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, or outside of the UK you may apply direct to Cheshire East using this application form.
If you know that Wrenbury Primary School is the school you wish your child to attend from September 2019 but have not yet completed your online application, please do so. Remember the closing date is 15th January 2019. Apply early to avoid disadvantage and disappointment.
If you are still not sure about Wrenbury Primary School being your first choice, then let us help you make up your mind; read the attached informative document and make an appointment to visit. You will receive a personal tour of the school and be able to see for yourself what a wonderful school we have and why Wrenbury should be your first choice!
Please do share with any parents you may know who have a child due to start school in September 2019.
Bessa Cador and the Wrenbury Team
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