Schools

Schools

  • Find a school

    Find the location and contact details for all schools in Warwickshire


    • School term dates and holidays

      Term and holiday dates, including teacher training days, SATS test dates and guidance on taking time off school.


    • School closures

      There are a number of ways for parents to find out if their child’s school will be closed. They can go to www.warwickshire.gov.uk/schoolclosures, sign up for the council’s text alerts, tune in to their local radio station or even follow the tweets from @wccschoolclosed.


    • School admissions and appeals

      Apply for a place at a Warwickshire school, appeal a decision made regarding a school place, and find out about changing schools.


    • School meals

      What children eat is an important part of their learning experience; health and progress stem from their eating habits which are established in their formative years at primary school.


    • Free school meals

      If you have children up to the age of 19 years in full-time education at a Warwickshire maintained school or nursery you may be entitled to claim free school meals, providing you receive a qualifying benefit.


    • School and college travel

      Information on school buses, transport for students with medical requirements, and transport for students with special educational needs.


    • Bullying

      Information and advice for parents and carers concerned that their child is being bullied.


    • Special educational needs and disabilities

      A child with special educational needs is one who will require something additional to or different from what is provided for other children of the same age in order to make progress.

    • Become a school governor

      School Governors are the most important volunteers in education. They have a key role to play in making sure all pupils at a school receive the highest standard of education possible and are able to achieve their full potential.


    • School complaints

      From time to time, disagreements can arise between parents and schools. Find out about how to voice concerns and complaints against schools.



    • Student finance

      Financial help and advice for students and parents.


    • Home education

      Information for parents who intend to take responsibility for the education of their child, either at home or through other educational facilities.


    • Exclusions

      Information on the types of exclusions, the process, Warwickshire’s policy towards exclusions, and the roles and responsibilities of the parents.


    • Youth and community centres

      Find your local Youth and Community centres in Warwickshire.


    • Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools (SIAS) Reports

      SIAS inspection focuses on the effect that the Christian ethos of the church school has on the children and young people who attend it.


    Schools was last updated on August 21, 2014.