Warwickshire residents applying for a place at other Warwickshire Schools
If you are a Warwickshire resident and wish to apply for a place at a Warwickshire School then you should apply through Warwickshire Admissions.
The process for changing schools in Warwickshire is explained in the Change of School Leaflet. Please read this thoroughly before submitting your change of school application.
*** Please note: All change of school applications must be accompanied by valid proof of the child’s main address. Applications without accompanying valid proof of address will be delayed.***
Please complete all sections of the Change of School Application Form .
Section B must be completed by the child’s current or most recent school. Failure to include Section B with the application will result in delays. If you are unable to obtain this information, for example if your child has been educated outside of the UK, then we recommend you include a recent school report if possible.
Warwickshire residents applying for a place at schools outside of Warwickshire
If you are a Warwickshire resident and wish to apply for a place at a school outside of Warwickshire then you should contact the relevant local authority. For example, if you wish to apply for a place at a Coventry school, then contact Coventry Admissions.You may then need to apply using the Warwickshire Change of School application form.
Non-Warwickshire residents applying for a place at a Warwickshire School
If you live outside Warwickshire, but wish to make an application for a place at a Warwickshire school, please contact your home authority (who you pay your Council Tax to) to discuss the application process. You may then need to apply using the Warwickshire Change of School application form.
The only exception is if you are applying for a place at one of the schools listed above, you should then apply directly to the school.
Other things to consider
Please discuss your reasons for transfer with your child’s current school. Wherever possible you should try to resolve any problems at your child’s current school. A move for a child can be very disruptive.
Starting school for the first time and junior / secondary transfers
If your child is starting school for the first time, moving up to junior school from year 2, or moving up to secondary school from year 6, more information is available here.
Finding a Warwickshire school
You may wish to contact our offices and we can tell you which schools are near to an address or which schools may have spaces. We can also advise on school priority areas. Schools may be able to send you their prospectus or arrange for you to come in and look around.
Moving to a grammar school
You will need to complete a change of school application form, however you may also need to arrange testing for your child.