Twydall Primary School admits pupils into Year R in September at the beginning of Term 1.
Nursery Admissions are managed by the school. Please come in to register your interest or download our Initial Admissions Form at the bottom of this page (currently being updated - please contact the school office and ask for Admissions).
For information on our Nursery provision click here.
Primary School Reception Admissions (For September)
Please Note: all applications must be submitted to and are handled by Medway Council. The school is only informed who has applied and been accepted once the application deadline has passed.
Medway policy requires that children must apply to enter Foundation Stage 2 (Year R), even if they attend a school nursery. Once a child receives a place in Foundation Stage 2 they automatically pass from year group to year group until they leave for Secondary School.
Children with physical disabilities and/or complex medical conditions should confer with Medway Council and any external agencies supporting the family to help process their application and admission.
Click Here to Visit Medway's Online Admissions Page
For Primary admissions 2017/2018, including oversubscription criteria, please see document below.
In-Year Casual Admissions (After September)
Casual Admissions throughout the academic year require parents to complete an In-Year admission form (below) or via Medway Council click here (postal address: Admissions Team, Gun Wharf, Dock Road, Chatham, Kent ME4 4TR. Tel. No. 01634 306000).
Completed forms should be given directly to the school by hand, post (Twydall Primary School, Twydall Lane, Gillingham, Kent, ME8 6JS) or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you require any information or would like to arrange a visit to the school, please contact Mrs S Williams-King, Admissions, on 01634 231761 (option 4) or e-mail to email@example.com
SEND Access and Admission Arrangements
Admissions for children to our inclusive specialist provisions is co-ordinated with Medway Local Authority and the School Admissions Officer. An EHCP identifies that the child requires support for their physical disability and/or medical condition that cannot reasonably be provided within the resources normally available to mainstream schools.
For SEND access arrangements please see the SEND report on our Special Provision Page.