Admissions & open days

Please click here to see our School tour video for an insight into life at Overstone Primary School. I would also like to welcome you to attend a tour around the school grounds between the months of October and December, when you will have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have. If you do wish to attend one of our tours listed below, please ring the school office on 01604 493861 to book your place. 

Open day tours (by appointment only):

to be confirmed

I look forward to meeting some of you soon and I hope you find the virtual tour informative when you view it. However, if you do still have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Best wishes,

Stephen Casey



Applying for a Primary School place for September 2023

If your child has their 4th birthday between 1st September 2022 and 31st August 2023, you need to apply for a school place for September 2023. The application form for completion is will be available online from October All applications must be submitted by 5pm on 13th January 2023.

Failure to apply on time for school places will affect your chances of obtaining a place for your child at your preferred school.

Wrap around care provision

  • Breakfast Club - Monday to Friday 8am - 8.45am (fees)
    • Bookings to be made in advance via ParentPay.
    • Breakfast served between 8.00-8.30am
  • RD OUT of SCHOOL CARE is an independent company and operates within the school premises, (term time only) Monday to Friday from 3.15pm up until 6pm. (fees)
    • Bookings/payments and enquiries to be made direct to Rebecca Dillon by mobile 07530648396 or by email
    • Hot Dinner is served at approximately 4.30pm

Arrangements for New Reception Pupils Joining Overstone Primary School.

When your child is allocated a place here at Overstone, they are invited to come into school for two “stay and play” sessions in the summer term, before the summer holidays. We also welcome you to come in for one of these sessions to join myself and other Reception parents and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee. This is a good opportunity to informally ask any questions you might have too.

Pupils then receive a visit at home at the beginning of the Autumn term in September. This enables the Reception staff to meet your child in their own environment where they feel comfortable. Following this, we welcome the children into school part time for a week when they go home after lunch. They then start school full time.

If any child finds it difficult to settle initially, we will of course work with you as parents/carers to ensure a smooth transition into school for them.

It is always a pleasure to welcome the new Reception pupils and their families into our school community. It is our aim to make your child’s transition into primary school as smooth as possible and to ensure their experience of school life is exciting and happy from the start.

Stephen Casey,